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About the Series This series of articles is designed to present the set of core UML diagrams in a way that emphasizes the important relationships between the different diagrams and the logical progression from one diagram to another. In this installment we progress from the UML Sequence Diagram to...
About the Series This series of articles is designed to present the set of core UML diagrams in a way that emphasizes the important relationships between the different diagrams an...
A UML Sequence Diagram is used most commonly to show the realization of a use case in terms of interactions between business entities or software objects. This diagram therefore he...
Strategic Enterprise Analysis is the study, modeling, and maintenance of the strategic direction of a company. This article is about conducting SEA. Moreover, it is about how a sen...

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