More than 300,000 developers have benefited from past editions of UML Distilled . This third edition is the best resource for quick, no-nonsense insights into understanding and using UML 2.0 and prior versions of the UML.
Author: Martin Fowler
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
More than 300,000 developers have benefited from past editions of UML Distilled . This third edition is the best resource for quick, no-nonsense insights into understanding and using UML 2.0 and prior versions of the UML. Some readers will want to quickly get up to speed with the UML 2.0 and learn the essentials of the UML. Others will use this book as a handy, quick reference to the most common parts of the UML. The author delivers on both of these promises in a short, concise, and focused presentation. This book describes all the major UML diagram types, what they're used for, and the basic notation involved in creating and deciphering them. These diagrams include class, sequence, object, package, deployment, use case, state machine, activity, communication, composite structure, component, interaction overview, and timing diagrams. The examples are clear and the explanations cut to the fundamental design logic. Includes a quick reference to the most useful parts of the UML notation and a useful summary of diagram types that were added to the UML 2.0. If you are like most developers, you don't have time to keep up with all the new innovations in software engineering. This new edition of Fowler's classic work gets you acquainted with some of the best thinking about efficient object-oriented software design using the UML--in a convenient format that will be essential to anyone who designs software professionally.
This second edition provides updates to the UML and is the best resource for quick, no-nonsense explanations of using UML.
Author: Martin Fowler
Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
This second edition provides updates to the UML and is the best resource for quick, no-nonsense explanations of using UML. The major strength is its short, concise presentation of the essentials of UML and where it fits within the software-development process.
(3) Update class diagrams with the newly discovered objects (classes), relationships and new attributes. ... Fowler, M. and Scott, F. (1999), 'UML Distilled: Applying the Standard Object Modelling Language'. (Second Edition).
Author: Erik Stubkjaer
Category: Social Science
Due to differences in the legal systems and business environments, it is difficult to compare the process of buying and selling land in different European countries. Illustrated by a range of European case studies, this book identifies and discusses the problems of this and similar comparisons. It then examines how ontological modelling can be applied to real estate transactions and advocates this as a basis for comparing the various processes used across Europe. The book consists of four parts: the economic, legal and ontological aspects of real property transactions; a discussion of the current situation in different countries, thus showing the heterogeneity and complexity of processes that have to be captured; whilst the third and fourth parts describe ontological modelling and its benefits for the purpose of understanding the nature of real property transactions together with examples of modelling techniques applied to cadastre and real property.
Author: Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents StaffPublish On: 2000-08-14
Air Defence Operational Analysis Using the SWARMM Model. In Proceedings of the Asia Pacific ... Fowler, M., UML Distilled - Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language. Object Technology Series, ed. J. Booch, Rumbaugh: Addison Wesley ...
Author: Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents Staff
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third Pacific Rim International Workshop on Multi-Agents, PRIMA 2000, held in Melbourne, Australia in August 2000 in conjunction with PRICAI 2000. The 13 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on coordination, negotiation, and learning; architecture, specificiation, and allocation; and applications in control and process management.
... Object-Oriented Software Systems” Technical Report, University of Rome “Torvergata”, 1999. 181, 183 9. Fowler, M. and Scott, K. “UML Distilled: Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language”, Addison Wesley Object Technology Series ...
Author: Andy Evans
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language, 2000, held in York, UK in October 2000. The 36 revised full papers presented together with two invited papers and three panel outlines were carefully reviewed and selected from 102 abstracts and 82 papers submitted. The book offers topical sections on use cases, enterprise applications, applications, roles, OCL tools, meta-modeling, behavioral modeling, methodology, actions and constraints, patterns, architecture, and state charts.
Author: Stefano SpaccapietraPublish On: 2003-06-30
Journal of Database Management 12 (2001) 26–34 201 Fowler, M.: UML Distilled. Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language. Object Technology Series. Addison-Wesley (1998) 201, 210 Conallen, J.: Building Web Applications with UML.
Author: Stefano Spaccapietra
For more than 20 years, the series of Conceptual Modeling – ER conferences has provided a forum for research communities and practitioners to present and - change research results and practical experiences in the ?elds of database design and conceptual modeling. Throughout the years, the scope of these conferences has extended from database design and speci?c topics of that area to more u- versal or re?ned conceptual modeling, organizing originally weak or ill-structured information or knowledge in more cultured ways by applying various kinds of principles, abstract models, and theories, for di?erent purposes. At the same time, many technically oriented approaches have been developed which aim to facilitate the implementation of rather advanced conceptual models. Conceptual modeling is based on the process of conceptualization, and it is the core of system structuring as well as justi?cation for information systems development. It supports and facilitates the understanding, explanation, pred- tion, and reasoning on information and knowledge, and their manipulation in the systems, in addition to understanding and designing the functions of the systems. The conceptualization process aims at constructing concepts relevant for the knowledge and information system in question. Concepts in the human mind and concept descriptions in computerized information systems are quite di?erent things by nature, but both should be taken into account in conceptual modeling. Usually concept descriptions are properly observed, but concepts in the human mind and their properties are often neglected quite carelessly.
The Addison - Wesley Object Technology Series Grady Booch , Ivar Jacobson , and James Rumbaugh , Series Editors For more ... The Unified Modeling Language Page - Jones , Fundamentals of Object - Oriented Design in UML User Guide Pohl ...
Author: Doug Rosenberg
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
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Author: Jean Bezivin
This volume contains mainly the revised versions of papers presented at the wo- shop '98, "Beyond the Notation", that took place in Mulhouse, France on June 3-4, 1998. We thank all those that have made this possible, and particularly all the people in Mulhouse that worked hard to make this meeting a success, with such a short delay between the announcement and the realization. We are specially grateful to Nathalie Gaertner, who put in a tremendous amount of effort in the initial preparation of the workshop. We were pleasantly surprised of the quality of the submitted material and of the level of the technical exchanges at the Mulhouse meeting. More than one hundred attendees, from about twenty different countries, representing the main actors in the UML research and development scene, gathered in Mulhouse for two full study days. We would like to express our deepest appreciation to the authors of submitted - pers, the editorial committee for this volume, the program committee for the initial workshop, the external referees, and many others who contributed towards the final contents of this volume. April 1999 Jean Bézivin Pierre-Alain Muller
Best Practices in Implementing the UP Scott W. Ambler, Larry Constantine ... and Ivar Jacobson (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series, 1999) UML Distilled: Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language by Martin Fowler and Kendall ...
Author: Scott W. Ambler
Publisher: CRC Press
Is the Unified Process the be all and end all standard for developing object-oriented component-based software? This book is the final in a four volume series that presents a critical review of the Unified Process. The authors present a survey of the alte
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Author: Chris Hawkins
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The Quality Special Interest Group of the British Computer Society presents the edited proceedings of their sixth International Conference on Software Quality Management (SQM'98) held in April 1998 in Amsterdam. The objective of this series of annual conferences is to promote international co-operation among those concerned with software quality and process improvement, by creating a greater understanding of software quality issues and by sharing current research and industrial experience. The papers cover a broad spectrum of practical experience and research. The topic areas include process improvement, maintaining a quality management system, quality metrics, human factors, project management issues, software tools and approaches to systems development. The organisers would like to thank Origin for their sponsorship of the proceedings. The editors are indebted to the members of the International Advisory Committee for their support and for refereeing the abstracts and the final papers, as well as to the authors who have contributed to the success of this conference.