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By Paul Evitts

A UML trend Language pairs the software program layout trend idea with the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to supply a device set for software program execs working towards either method modeling and software program improvement. This publication presents: a suite of styles within the area of process modeling, together with those who are helpful to administration, operations, and deployment groups, in addition to to software program builders; a survey of the improvement of styles and the UML; a dialogue of the underlying idea of the styles and directions for utilizing the language; a radical exploration of the layout approach and model-driven improvement. A UML trend Language acknowledges that layout and modeling became equivalent companions with programming and coding within the firm of software program improvement. supplying either an figuring out of the paintings of layout and how styles and the UML mix to facilitate layout.

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For business modeling, the UML Specification says runtime elements include workers and organizational units, and the software components include procedures and documents used by the workers and organizational units. 35. 7 Further Reading Martin Fowler, Kendall Scott, and Ivar Jacobson's book, UML Distilled: Applying the Standard Object Modeling Language(1997), is still the best practical introduction to the UML, despite having been pretty much the first out of the chute. It shows its age in spots, but combines modeling and programming concerns and cuts the huge beast down to a digestible size.

The map is not the territory. But meaning happens in context and requires semantic consistency between the map and the territory (external consistency). Symbols are expressions of model elements. Model elements are categorized by the UML into coherent semantic domains (for example, Static and Dynamic). Symbol combinations need to respect these semantic divisions. At the same time, modeling is a creative exercise, and the UML's categories and distinctions may need adjustment (internal coherence).

For the most part, a symbol's size or relative location generally has no semantic content, except for diagrams that have a time dimension. • Diagrams are all two-dimensional because of the current limits imposed by available technology and tools, although some shapes are nominally three-dimensional, rendered in two dimensions (cubes, for example). • Text can be used liberally within a diagram. Examples include expressing rules and, within symbols, identifying attributes. Finally (for this introduction), the UML Specification (Rational Software Corporation 1999) highlights three kinds of visual relationships in diagrams: • Connection Lines connect icons and symbols, forming connecting paths.

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