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The Resource UML 2.0 in action : a project based tutorial, Patrick Grässle, Henriette Baumann, Philippe Baumann ; technical editor, Chris Smith, Paramita Chakrabarti

UML 2.0 in action : a project based tutorial, Patrick Grässle, Henriette Baumann, Philippe Baumann ; technical editor, Chris Smith, Paramita Chakrabarti

Label
UML 2.0 in action : a project based tutorial
Title
UML 2.0 in action
Title remainder
a project based tutorial
Statement of responsibility
Patrick Grässle, Henriette Baumann, Philippe Baumann ; technical editor, Chris Smith, Paramita Chakrabarti
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Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
"This book is designed to be read while you work on a real project. After an initial review of the essentials of UML and the design process, it begins with the modeling of a business system and its business processes, in this case an airport. Then the IT system intended to serve that business process is described and analyzed. Finally the integration of the system into the production environment is covered in detail. The book can be used in two ways: it can be read through as a thorough grounding in how UML really works in practice; in addition it can be used as stand alone guide to that particular aspect of your own project. Both result in an intuitive understanding of how to actually use UML."--Resource description page
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Cataloging source
NUI
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Grässle, Patrick
Dewey number
005.1
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
Text translated from the German edition published 2004 by Galileo Press
LC call number
QA76.76.D47
LC item number
G73 2005eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Baumann, Henriette
  • Baumann, Philippe
  • Smith, Chris
  • Chakrabarti, Paramita
Series statement
From technologies to solutions
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  • Computer software
  • UML (Computer science)
  • COMPUTERS
  • COMPUTERS
  • COMPUTERS
  • UML (Computer science)
  • Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
  • Computer software
  • UML (Computer science)
Label
UML 2.0 in action : a project based tutorial, Patrick Grässle, Henriette Baumann, Philippe Baumann ; technical editor, Chris Smith, Paramita Chakrabarti
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Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Basic Principles and Background; 2.1 Introduction to the Case Study; 2.2 Models, Views, and Diagrams; 2.2.1 What is a Model?; 2.2.2 Why do we Need Models?; 2.2.3 Purpose and Target Group of a Model; Practical Tips; 2.2.4 Process of Analysis; Practical Tips; 2.2.5 Diagrams as Views; 2.3 Information Systems and IT Systems; 2.4 The Models of our Case Study; 2.5 History of UML: Methods and Notations; 2.6 Requirement Specification; 2.6.1 Guidance for Decision Making; 2.6.2 Verification; 2.7 UML 2.0; 2.7.1 Overview of UML 2.0
  • 2.7.2 Effects on the Business System Model2.7.3 Effects on the IT System Model; 2.7.4 Effects on the Systems Integration Model; 2.7.5 Conclusion; Chapter 3: Modeling Business Systems; 3.1 Business Processes and Business Systems; 3.1.1 What is a Business Process?; 3.1.2 Definition of the Workflow Management Coalition; 3.1.3 Business Systems; 3.1.4 Using UML to Model Business Processes and Business Systems; 3.1.5 Practical Tips for Modeling Business Processes; 3.2 One Model-Two Views; 3.3 External View; 3.3.1 What Benefit does a Business System Provide?; Business Use Cases; Actors
  • 3.3.2 The Elements of a View3.3.3 Use Case Diagrams; Reading Use Case Diagrams; 3.3.4 Constructing Use Case Diagrams; Collecting Information Sources-How am I Supposed to Know That?; Identifying Potential Actors-Which Partners and Customers Use the Goods and Services of the Business System?; Identifying Potential Business Use Cases-Which Goods and Services can Actors Draw Upon?; Practical Tips; Connecting Business Use Cases-Who Can Make Use of What Goods and Services of the Business System?; Describing Actors-Who or What do the Actors Represent?
  • Searching for More Business Use Cases-What else Needs to be Done?Editing Business Use Cases-What actually has to be Included in a Business Use Case?; Documenting Business Use Cases-What Happens in a Business Use Case?; Modeling Relationships between Business Use Cases-What Activities are Conducted Repeatedly?; Verifying the View-Is Everything Correct?; Practical Tips; 3.3.5 Activity Diagrams; Reading Activity Diagrams; 3.3.6 Constructing Activity Diagrams; Collect Information Sources-How am I Supposed to Know That?
  • Find Activities and Actions-What has to be Done When Actors Draw upon Offered Goods and Services?Connect Actions-In Which Order are Actions Processed?; Refine Activities-Do any Other Activity Diagrams have to be Added?; Adopt Actors from Business Use Cases-Who is Responsible for Each Action?; Verify the View-Is Everything Correct?; 3.3.7 Sequence Diagrams; Reading Sequence Diagrams; 3.3.8 Constructing Sequence Diagrams; Designate Actors and Business System-Who is Taking Part?; Designate Initiators-Who Starts Interactions?
Control code
251946818
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (vii, 229 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847190420
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000083
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)251946818
Label
UML 2.0 in action : a project based tutorial, Patrick Grässle, Henriette Baumann, Philippe Baumann ; technical editor, Chris Smith, Paramita Chakrabarti
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Basic Principles and Background; 2.1 Introduction to the Case Study; 2.2 Models, Views, and Diagrams; 2.2.1 What is a Model?; 2.2.2 Why do we Need Models?; 2.2.3 Purpose and Target Group of a Model; Practical Tips; 2.2.4 Process of Analysis; Practical Tips; 2.2.5 Diagrams as Views; 2.3 Information Systems and IT Systems; 2.4 The Models of our Case Study; 2.5 History of UML: Methods and Notations; 2.6 Requirement Specification; 2.6.1 Guidance for Decision Making; 2.6.2 Verification; 2.7 UML 2.0; 2.7.1 Overview of UML 2.0
  • 2.7.2 Effects on the Business System Model2.7.3 Effects on the IT System Model; 2.7.4 Effects on the Systems Integration Model; 2.7.5 Conclusion; Chapter 3: Modeling Business Systems; 3.1 Business Processes and Business Systems; 3.1.1 What is a Business Process?; 3.1.2 Definition of the Workflow Management Coalition; 3.1.3 Business Systems; 3.1.4 Using UML to Model Business Processes and Business Systems; 3.1.5 Practical Tips for Modeling Business Processes; 3.2 One Model-Two Views; 3.3 External View; 3.3.1 What Benefit does a Business System Provide?; Business Use Cases; Actors
  • 3.3.2 The Elements of a View3.3.3 Use Case Diagrams; Reading Use Case Diagrams; 3.3.4 Constructing Use Case Diagrams; Collecting Information Sources-How am I Supposed to Know That?; Identifying Potential Actors-Which Partners and Customers Use the Goods and Services of the Business System?; Identifying Potential Business Use Cases-Which Goods and Services can Actors Draw Upon?; Practical Tips; Connecting Business Use Cases-Who Can Make Use of What Goods and Services of the Business System?; Describing Actors-Who or What do the Actors Represent?
  • Searching for More Business Use Cases-What else Needs to be Done?Editing Business Use Cases-What actually has to be Included in a Business Use Case?; Documenting Business Use Cases-What Happens in a Business Use Case?; Modeling Relationships between Business Use Cases-What Activities are Conducted Repeatedly?; Verifying the View-Is Everything Correct?; Practical Tips; 3.3.5 Activity Diagrams; Reading Activity Diagrams; 3.3.6 Constructing Activity Diagrams; Collect Information Sources-How am I Supposed to Know That?
  • Find Activities and Actions-What has to be Done When Actors Draw upon Offered Goods and Services?Connect Actions-In Which Order are Actions Processed?; Refine Activities-Do any Other Activity Diagrams have to be Added?; Adopt Actors from Business Use Cases-Who is Responsible for Each Action?; Verify the View-Is Everything Correct?; 3.3.7 Sequence Diagrams; Reading Sequence Diagrams; 3.3.8 Constructing Sequence Diagrams; Designate Actors and Business System-Who is Taking Part?; Designate Initiators-Who Starts Interactions?
Control code
251946818
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (vii, 229 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847190420
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000083
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)251946818

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