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Today, a software designer or architect who seeks to represent the design of a software system can choose from a wide variety of notational languages, each aligned with a particular analysis and design methodology. Ironically, this wide variety of choice is one impediment to the significant benefits promised by software reuse. The emergence of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) created by the joint efforts of leading object technologists Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson, and James Rumbaugh with contributions from many others in the object community—represents one of the most significant devel-opments in object technology. Supported by a broad base of industry-leading companies, the UML merges the best of the notations used by the three most popular analysis and design methodologies, Booch, DOSE (use-cases), and OMT, to produce a single, universal modeling language that can be used with any method. Written for those already grounded in object-oriented analysis and design, this concise overview introduces you to UML, highlighting the key elements of its notation, semantics, and processes. Included is a brief explanation of UML's history, development, and rationale, as well as discussions on how UML can be integrated into the object-oriented development process. In addi-tion, the book profiles various modeling techniques associated with UML---use cases, CRC cards, design by contract, dynamic classification, interfaces, and abstract classes—along with concise descriptions of notation and semantics and numerous insightful tips for effective use based on the authors' experience. In addition, the authors offer the first look at the emerging Objectory Software Development Process derived from the methodologies of Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson, and James Rumbaugh. To give you a feel for the UML in action, the book includes a Java programming exam-ple that outlines the implementation of a UML-based design. You will come away with an excellent understanding of UML essentials, insight into how UML functions within the software development process, and a firm foundation upon which to expand and build your knowledge of the Unified Modeling Language. Martin Fowler is a pioneer in the application of object technology to business information systems. For the past ten years, he has consulted in the area of object technology with such companies as Citibank, Chrysler Corporation, Xerox, AT&T, and the UK National Health Service. He is the author of the acclaimed book Analysis Patterns: Reusable Object Models. Kendall Scott is a technical writer at Oracle Corporation who has published a number of technical manuals on a wide range of topics.
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