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If UML can do it, you can do it too...Today's economy demands top quality software development in record time and with maximum efficiency. UML arms you to meet that challenge, and the UML Bible supplies the most comprehensive UML education you can get. One volume covers everything from understanding and using UML and diagramming notation to the object constraint language (OCL) and profiles, in both 1.4 and 2.0 UML specifications. It's the one resource you can rely on to virtually guarantee your success. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of UML Learn to model object structure, interactions, behavior, and architecture using UMLExplore diagram structure and usage Understand how to utilize the overlapping features of the UML diagrams to facilitate the modeling processLearn to exploit the features of the UML diagrams to test them for consistency and accuracyLearn to assess modeling tools to choose the one that suits your needsComprehend how the statechart diagram is used to model changes in an object over its lifetime Apply object constraint language (OCL) and work with Action Semantics to specify behaviors that ultimately will be implemented in codeUnderstand the XML Model Interchange (XMIR) standard that helps enable model sharing between modeling tools and other XMI-compatible applications Customize UML to meet the needs of specific industries or application types* Comprehensive coverage of all aspects of UML (Unified Modeling Language), including use, diagramming notation, the object constraint language, and profiles* UML is the industry standard specification for modeling, visualizing, and documenting software projects* Includes up-to-date coverage of both UML 1.4 and the new 2.0 UML specifications* Thoroughly covers executable UML and testing UML diagrams, making coding more efficient* Companion Web site provides additional code samples and updates
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Thomas Vincent "Tom" Penders (born May 23, 1945) is a retired college basketball head coach, who last coached from 2004 through 2010 at the University of Houston.
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