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Uml

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The ppt starts with an introduction to the language, along with what it is trying to accomplish. The use of written language as a metaphor for UML works well, as it breaks down UML into component parts, making it much easier to grasp. This includes classes, objects, use cases, and component diagrams. These concepts should be familiar to the object-oriented developer, and the information in the ppt does a good job in covering the subjects in depth. The ppt also shows how the application should interact with the user(s) of the system, be they people or other system components. This includes sequence diagrams.
The ppt starts with an introduction to the language, along with what it is trying to accomplish. The use of written language as a metaphor for UML works well, as it breaks down UML into component parts, making it much easier to grasp. This includes classes, objects, use cases, and component diagrams. These concepts should be familiar to the object-oriented developer, and the information in the ppt does a good job in covering the subjects in depth. The ppt also shows how the application should interact with the user(s) of the system, be they people or other system components. This includes sequence diagrams.

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Pawan ModiSenior R&D Engineer
May 19, 2008Senior R&D EngineerPage 1
 
Agenda
OOAD Overview
UML Introduction
Elements of UML
Usecase Diagram
Class Diagram
Sequence Diagram
Collaboration Diagram
Summary
May 19, 2008Senior R&D EngineerPage 2
 
OOAD Overview
OOAD emphasis on finding & describing objects, their attributes & relationamong objects.
Example: Flight Information System
Object “Flight” may have tailNumber attribute & getFlightHistorymethod.
Object-oriented techniques enhance key external and internal softwarequality factors
External (visible to end-users)
Correctness
Robustness and reliability
Performance
Internal (visible to developers)
Modularity
Flexibility / Extensibility
Reusability
Compatibility
May 19, 2008Senior R&D EngineerPage 3

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