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By John Hunt BSc, PhD, MBCS, CEng (auth.)

Unified procedure for Practitioners courses the reader by using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Unified procedure, and their software to Java structures. It offers an simply obtainable, step-by-step consultant to using UML and the Unified strategy.
The first half offers a pragmatic advent to item orientated research and layout utilizing the Unified technique. The UML is brought, as important, all through this part (and an entire directory of the UML is supplied as an appendix). the second one half makes a speciality of the genuine international use of UML and the Unified approach, together with a close case examine taking a process from preliminary inception to Java implementation and a dialogue of the connection among UML and Java and the way to use the Unified strategy to brief time period projects.

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This initial set of use cases should then be checked for duplication of intent (remember that this is the architecture, not the complete design, so we don't need duplicate use cases with related behaviour - unless of course both are critical to the operation of the system). Generating these use cases is likely to be an iterative process and should involve a team of people. 2 Use Case Description The use case description contains the architectural view of the use case model. That is, it contains the architecturally significant use cases.

3. 3 Relationship between diagrams and models. • Use case diagrams. Essentially, these present the interactions between users • • • • • • • • (human or otherwise) and the system. They therefore also highlight the primary functionality of the system. Class diagrams. These diagrams present the static (class) structure of the system. They are the core of the UML notation and of an object-oriented design. Object diagrams. These diagrams use notation which is almost identical to class diagrams, but they present the objects and their relationships at a particular point in time.

The four phases and their roles are outlined below: • Inception. This phase defines the scope of the project and develops the business case for the system. It also establishes the feasibility of the system to be built. Various prototypes may be developed during this phase to ensure the feasibility of the proposal. Note that we do not focus on the development of the business case in this book: it is assumed that the system to be designed is required and that a business case has already been made.

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