UML 2 and the Unified Process Practical Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

ISBN-10: 0321321278

ISBN-13: 9780321321275

Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)

Authors: Jim Arlow, Ila Neustadt

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This practical guide to the essentials of both UML (Unified Modelling Language) and the Unified Process is aimed at the Object Oriented (OO) designer or analyst.
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Book details

List price: $79.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 6/27/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.090
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Preface
Introducing UML and UP
What is UML?
Chapter roadmap
What is UML?
The birth of UML
MDA - the future of UML
Why "unified"?
Objects and UML
UML structure
UML building blocks
UML common mechanisms
Architecture
What we have learned
What is the Unified Process?
Chapter roadmap
What is UP?
The birth of UP
UP and the Rational Unified Process
Instantiating UP for your project
UP axioms
UP is an iterative and incremental process
UP structure
UP phases
What we have learned
Requirements
The requirements workflow
Chapter roadmap
The requirements workflow
Software requirements - metamodel
Requirements workflow detail
The importance of requirements
Defining requirements
Finding requirements
What we have learned
Use case modeling
Chapter readmap
Use case modeling
UP activity: Find actors and use cases
UP activity: Detail a use case
Use case specification
Requirements tracing
When to apply use case modeling
What we have learned
Advanced use case modeling
Chapter roadmap
Actor generalization
Use case generalization
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When to use advanced features
Hints and tips for writing use cases
What we have learned
Analysis
The analysis workflow
Chapter roadmap
The analysis workflow
Analysis artifacts - metamodel
Analysis workflow detail
Analysis model - rules of thumb
What we have learned
Objects and classes
Chapter roadmap
What are objects?
UML object notation
What are classes?
UML class notation
Scope
Object construction and destruction
What we have learned
Finding analysis classes
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Analyze a use case
What are analysis classes?
Finding classes
Creating a first-cut analysis model
What we have learned
Relationships
Chapter roadmap
What is a relationship?
What is a link?
What is an association?
What is a dependency?
What we have learned
Inheritance and polymorphism
Chapter roadmap
Generalization
Class inheritance
Polymorphism
Advanced generalization
What we have learned
Analysis packages
Chapter roadmap
What is a package?
Packages and namespaces
Nested packages
Package dependencies
Package generalization
Architectural analysis
What we have learned
Use case realization
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Analyze a use case
What are use case realizations?
Use case realization - elements
Interactions
Lifelines
Messages
Interaction diagrams
Sequence diagrams
Combined fragments and operators
Communication diagrams
What we have learned
Advanced use case realization
Chapter roadmap
Interaction occurrences
Continuations
What we have learned
Activity diagrams
Chapter roadmap
What are activity diagrams?
Activity diagrams and the UP
Activities
Activity semantics
Activity partitions
Action nodes
Control nodes
Object nodes
Pins
What we have learned
Advanced activity diagrams
Chapter roadmap
Connectors
Interruptible activity regions
Exception handling
Expansion nodes
Sending signals and accepting events
Streaming
Advanced object flow features
Multicast and multireceive
Parameter sets
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Interaction overview diagrams
What we have learned
Design
The design workflow
Chapter roadmap
The design workflow
Design artifacts - metamodel
Design workflow detail
UP activity: Architectural design
What we have learned
Design classes
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Design a class
What are design classes?
Anatomy of a design class
Well-formed design classes
Inheritance
Templates
Nested classes
What we have learned
Refining analysis relationships
Chapter roadmap
Design relationships
Aggregation and composition
Aggregation semantics
Composition semantics
How to refine analysis relationships
One-to-one associations
Many-to-one associations
One-to-many associations
Collections
Reified relationships
Exploring composition with structured classes
What we have learned
Interfaces and components
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Design a subsystem
What is an interface?
Provided and required interfaces
Interface realization vs. inheritance
Ports
Interfaces and component-based development
What is a component?
Component stereotypes
Subsystems
Finding interfaces
Designing with interfaces
Advantages and disadvantages of interfaces
What we have learned
Use case realization-design
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Design a use case
Use case realization-design
Interaction diagrams in design
Modeling concurrency
Subsystem interactions
Timing diagrams
Example of use case realization-design
What we have learned
State machines
Chapter roadmap
State machines
State machines and the UP
State machine diagrams
States
Transitions
Events
What we have learned
Advanced state machines
Chapter roadmap
Composite states
Submachine states
Submachine communication
History
What we have learned
Implementation
The implementation workflow
Chapter roadmap
The implementation workflow
Implementation artifacts - metamodel
Implementation workflow detail
Artifacts
What we have learned
Deployment
Chapter roadmap
UP activity: Architectural implementation
The deployment diagram
Nodes
Artifacts
Deployment
What we have learned
Supplementary material
Introduction to OCL
Chapter roadmap
What is the Object Constraint Language (OCL)?
Why use OCL?
OCL expression syntax
Package context and pathnames
The expression context
Types of OCL expressions
The expression body
OCL navigation
Types of OCL expression in detail
OCL in other types of diagrams
Advanced topics
What we have learned
Example use case model
XML and use cases
Bibliography
Index
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