UML is the de facto industry standard modeling language for specifying, visualizing, constructing, and documenting aspects of the design of software systems. UML in Practice offers practical, clear guidance on the real--life usage of UML, mentoring software developers through every aspect of the modeling process.
Pascal Roques is a senior trainer and consultant running courses on UML. He has led training in modeling techniques and tools at Verilog (now Telelogic) and since 1995 at Valtech.
Table of Contents
Foreword. Introduction. Acknowledgements. PART 1: FUNCTIONAL VIEW. 1. Case Study: Automatic Teller Machine. 2. Complementary Exercises. Appendix A: Glossary & Tips. PART 2: STAIC VIEW. 3. Case Study: Flight Booking System. 4. Complementary Exercises. Appendix B: Glossary & Tips. PART 3: DYNAMIC VIEW. 5. Case Study: Coin--Operated Pay Phone. 6. Complementary Exercises. Appendix C: Glossary & Tips. PART 4: DESIGN. 7. Case Study: Training Request. 8. Complementary Exercises. Appendix D: Glossary & Tips. Index.
UML in Practice: The Art of Modeling Software Systems Demonstrated through Worked Examples and Solutions by Pascal Roques
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