qUnified Modeling Language (UML), Unified Process (UP), and other information modeling methods are addressed in this scholarly consideration of the analysis, design, and development of web-based and enterprise applications. The most current research on conceptual, theoretical, and empirical issues of modeling for online business and static information is provided.qTo indicate corresponding aguardsa in each alternative arrows if conditional sentences or context restrictions exist. Else: To add responsibilities and return to the process. ac. HBOM3: TO MODEL THE USE CASES THROUGH COLLABORATION DIAGRAMS Description: These diagrams show the interactions of the objects organized ... Example: Figure 9 shows the realization ofaTo transferthe saving plana business use case (Figure 4) modeled as a sequence diagram following HBOM2.
|Title||:||UML and the Unified Process|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2003-01-01|