Guide to the Unified Process featuring UML, Java and Design Patterns / Edition 2

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Overview

John Hunt's book guides you through the use of the UML and the Unified Process and their application to Java systems. Key topics focus explicitly on applying the notation and the method to Java. The book is clearly structured and written, making it ideal for practitioners. This second edition is considerably revised and extended and includes examples taken from the latest version of Rational Rose and Together.

Considers how Agile Modelling fits with the Unified Process, and presents Design Patterns

Self contained – covers both the Unified Process and UML in one book

Includes real-world case studies

Written by an experienced author and industry expert

Ideal for students on Software Engineering courses

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781852337216
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 7/30/2003
  • Series: Springer Professional Computing Series
  • Edition description: 2nd ed. 2003
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. 1 The Unified Process
1 Introduction 3
2 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design 9
3 An Introduction to the UML and the Unified Process 21
4 Software Architecture and Object-Oriented Design 39
5 Requirements Discipline: Use Case Analysis 67
6 The Analysis Discipline: Finding the Entities 87
7 The Design Discipline: System and Class Design 115
8 Implementation Phase 155
9 The Test Discipline: How It Relates to Use Cases 163
10 The Four Phases 167
11 The JDSync Case Study 175
Pt. 2 Design Patterns
12 Software Patterns 209
13 Patterns Catalogs 221
14 Applying the Model-View-Controller Pattern 235
15 The Hierarchical MVC 253
16 The Visitor Framework 263
17 The EventManager 281
18 J2EE Patterns 293
19 The Fault Tracker J2EE Case Study 309
Pt. 3 The Unified Process in the Real World
20 Are UML Designs Language-Independent? 329
21 Customizing the Unified Process for Short Time-Scale Projects 343
22 Augmenting the Unified Process with Additional Techniques 355
23 Inheritance Considered Harmful! 363
24 Incremental Software 383
25 Agile Modeling 395
App. A UML Notation 411
Index 419
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