Unified Modeling Language: Systems Analysis, Design and Development Issues

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The unified modeling language (UML) has been adopted by the Object Management Group for use in developing object-oriented software systems, and has gained wide acceptance in industry. However UML is a large and complex language, with many features in need of refinement or clarification, and there are different views about how to use UML to build these systems. This book sheds light on such issues, by illustrating how UML can be used successfully in practice as well as identifying various problematic aspects of ...

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Overview

The unified modeling language (UML) has been adopted by the Object Management Group for use in developing object-oriented software systems, and has gained wide acceptance in industry. However UML is a large and complex language, with many features in need of refinement or clarification, and there are different views about how to use UML to build these systems. This book sheds light on such issues, by illustrating how UML can be used successfully in practice as well as identifying various problematic aspects of UML and suggesting possible solutions. As an edited collection of insightful contributions from both industry and academia, this book should appear to researchers, practitioners and instructors of UML.

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Sheds light on issues surrounding the use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) to build object-oriented software systems. Illustrates how UML can be used successfully in practice, and identifies various problematic aspects of UML and possible solutions. Specific subjects include data modeling and UML, UML modeling support for early reuse decisions in component-based development, using a semiotic framework to evaluate UML for the development of models of high quality, and extension of UML for mobile agents. Siau teaches management information systems at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Halpin works at Microsoft Corporation. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9781930708051
  • Publisher: IGI-Global
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 7.05 (w) x 10.03 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Ch. 1 Systematic Design of Web Applications with UML 1
Ch. 2 A Systematic Approach to Transform UML Static Models to Object-Oriented Code 21
Ch. 3 Data Modeling and UML 43
Ch. 4 RUP: A Process Model for Working with UML 61
Ch. 5 UML Modeling Support for Early Reuse Decisions in Component-Based Development 75
Ch. 6 Using a Semiotic Framework to Evaluate UML for the Development of Models of High Quality 89
Ch. 7 Rational Unified Process and Unified Modeling Language - A GOMS Analysis 107
Ch. 8 Extension of the Unified Modeling Language for Mobile Agents 117
Ch. 9 Rendering Distributed Systems in UML 130
Ch. 10 Temporal OCL: Meeting Specification Demands for Business Components 152
Ch. 11 Supplementing UML with Concepts from ORM 168
Ch. 12 The Whole-Part Relationship in the Unified Modeling Language: A New Approach 186
Ch. 13 Linking UML with Integrated Formal Techniques 211
Ch. 14 Seamless Formalizing the UML Semantics Through Metamodels 225
Ch. 15 An Interactive Viewpoint on the Role of UML 250
About the Authors 265
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