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Architecture and Design: Unified Modeling Language (UML)

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Date Added to MERLOT: September 25, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 27, 2013
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Author: Amit Bhagwat Send email to Amit Bhagwat 
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Submitter : Jerry Isaacs

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This site provides a broad overview and in-depth treatment of Unified Modeling Language (UML).

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Technical Requirements: Browser
Language: English
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Avatar for Daniel Hernán Navarrete Riquelme
1 year ago

Daniel Hernán Navarrete Riquelme (Faculty)

Documento interesante, buen apoyo para alumnos de la asignatura de sistemas de información.


Avatar for Sandy Houston
10 years ago

Sandy Houston (Student)

I spent about 30 minutes reading the material. There are this article is actually a collection of links to articles on UML. Several of these links are to articles that are no longer available. The material that I was able to access was very useful and detailed.

Avatar for John Moon
11 years ago

John Moon (Student)


1) Spent 10 minutes browsing
2) The content is an excellent source for UML knowledge
3) This content is exceptional for learning
4) This content is easy to use

Avatar for   Lampman
11 years ago

Lampman (Student)

This site contains a ton of information on UML. I spent 30 minutes at the site
and that was just browsing. A great site to use as an online reference for UML.

Technical Remarks:

No problems with the site.

Avatar for   Lehmann
11 years ago

Lehmann (Student)

1. 45 minutes of browsing through the material is just enough time to see the
"tip of the UML iceberg".
2. This is a useful (and large) collection of UML resources.
3. Use of these resources will enhance both learning and teaching of UML
4. The material is quite easy to review.

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The UML resources provide a good overview and as much (or as little) supporting
detail as one desires to review ... Most of the links are focused on the
English-speaking population, but also include French, German, Italian and
Spanish articles/links as well.

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