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New Post 3/31/2008 12:50 PM
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UML 

Hello Everyone

Can anyone please tell me -- What are components of UML?

Thanks

Sarika

 
New Post 3/31/2008 1:02 PM
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Re: UML 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 3/31/2008 2:03:48 PM)

Hi Sarika,

UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a modeling language that helps analysts (and others) specify, visualize, and document models of software systems (including structure and design).

UML 2.0 defines 13 types of diagrams which are divided into 3 main categories:

  • Structure Diagrams: Class Diagram, Object Diagram, Component Diagram, Composite Structure Diagram, Package Diagram, and Deployment Diagram.
  • Behavior Diagrams: Use Case Diagram, Activity Diagram, and State Machine Diagram.
  • Interaction Diagrams:, Sequence Diagram, Communication Diagram, Timing Diagram, and Interaction Overview Diagram.

For more details, check out the official UML page: http://uml.org/

- Adrian


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