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Title:
UML : a beginner's guide
Author:
Roff, Jason T.
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Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. ; London : Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2003.
Physical Description:
xx, 314 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780072224603
Format :
Book

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Summary

Essential skills for first-time programmers! This easy-to-use book explains the fundamentals of UML. You'll learn to read, draw, and use this visual modeling language to create clear and effective blueprints for software development projects. The modular approach of this series--including drills, sample projects, and mastery checks--makes it easy to learn to use this powerful programming language at your own pace.


Author Notes

Jason T. Roff has worn many hats with his extensive experience as a project manager, a software developer and a software architect. Roff's technical talents include expertise in C++, Java, ADO, Visual Basic, SQL Server, and object-oriented design.


Table of Contents

1 UML Fundamentals
2 Use Case Diagrams
3 Introduction to Object-Oriented Design
4 Workflow Modeling with Activity Diagrams
5 Modeling Behavior with Sequence Diagrams
6 Defining Domain Models Using Class Diagrams
7 Collaboration Diagrams
8 Further Explanation of Class Diagrams
9 Further Explanation of Sequence Diagramming
10 Modeling Behavior with Statechart Diagrams
11 Architecting with Implementation Diagrams
12 Using the Object Constraint Language
A: Answers to Mastery Checks