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ПрограммированиеBusiness Modeling with UML: Business Patterns at Work.

Business Modeling with UML: Business Patterns at Work.
Автор: Hans-Erik Eriksson, Magnus Penker
Название: Business Modeling with UML: Business Patterns at Work.
Издательство:John Wiley & Sons
Дата издания:2000
ISBN: 0471295515
Размер: 3,8 MB

Книга на английском языке.
From the authors of UML Toolkit comes a nuts-and-bolts guide for applying UML's vast capabilities to business systems.
To perform effective business modeling and develop a successful information system, you need a reliable modeling language that allows you to establish the necessary components and satisfy all of management's concerns. You need UML. With its eagerly anticipated new set of business extensions and techniques, UML is the premiere language for both traditional business modeling and the later stages of analysis and design. Finally, only one modeling language is needed for every phase of project development. This invaluable book, the first of its kind, provides in-depth guidance on business modeling as well as discussions of how patterns, business objects, business rules, CORBA, COM, and Java all fit in to help improve every stage of object-oriented software development.
UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a drawing tool to create 'blueprints' for object-oriented systems. It has been officially adopted by the OMG. Think of UML as the AutoCAD of the computer industry. Where AutoCAD is used to create architectural blueprints for buildings, UML is used to diagram blueprints of object-oriented computer systems. Business Modeling is the first phase of software development with UML, in which business concerns are clearly outlined so that an information system with the appropriate Business Objects may be developed.

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