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UML is indispensable for anyone who wants to improve business processes, workflow, applications, data, or architectures. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get lost in the jargon and forget what you’re trying to accomplish. Not if you read UML for Mere Mortals, though. Using plain English and lots of analogies and examples, this book shows you exactly what to do -- and exactly why you’re doing it.
The authors simplify every part of UML that “mere mortals” are likely to need. Building use cases that work. Creating effective activity, class, sequence, and deployment diagrams. Using UML to improve testing. Specific techniques for modeling businesses, requirements, apps, databases, and architectures. You can rely on this book -- and since it reflects the new UML 2.0, you can rely on it for a long time. Bill Camarda, from the December 2004 Read Only