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Object Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML

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Date Added to MERLOT: September 26, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 07, 2012
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Author: Mark Collins  Cope of Ratio Group
Submitter : Kishori Sharan

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The article describes the core concepts of Object-Oriented analysis and Design using UML.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Graduate School, Professional
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Language: English
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Avatar for CLAUDIA ILAJA VILLARROEL
1 year ago

CLAUDIA ILAJA VILLARROEL (Administrator)

Material interesante para quienes se inician en el aprendizaje de UML. Desarrollado con un lenguaje simple y explicativo a través de ejemplos básicos, que permitirán al alumno ir avanzando paso a paso.

Accesible, de fácil uso, no obstante sería muy bueno encontrarlo en español.


Avatar for Benjamin Rice
10 years ago

Benjamin Rice (Student)

I spent an hour reading this paper. This whitepaper is a very well written and
organized ?tie-together? for object based analysis, development, and design. It
doesn?t go into deep detail about the various key techniques (UML, use-cases,
sequence diagrams, or code) because there are already books filled with
information about them, but rather details how to tie them together into a
cohesive toolset. Following the examples given will prevent diagrams from
becoming useless overhead and will allow them to be used as valuable development
tools.
Used in course

Avatar for Jeannine Johnson
11 years ago

Jeannine Johnson (Student)

Teaches a language independent, formal notation for the important features of
OO design process. Easy to read and very informative.

Avatar for Vijay Jagtap
11 years ago

Vijay Jagtap (Student)

Good primary introduction about system modelling of information system.

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This article is tutorial for developers of object oriented languages. It briefly
introduces UML and modelling concepts with examples. This is good introduction
to already experienced developers.

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