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By Grady Booch

From the builders of UML, this educational studies the middle features of the language used to specify build, visualize and rfile software-intensive platforms. The authors commence with a conceptual version and gradually observe UML to more and more advanced versions for quite a few functions. To derive the main reap the benefits of this booklet, you have to be conversant in software program engineering options and object-oriented modeling. in any case, the author's cause is to coach you the way to exploit UML successfully, to not struggle through the full improvement strategy, or offer a reference for UML. different courses indexed lower than handle these vital matters.

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For example, if you are working in a programming language, such as Java or C++, you will often want to model exceptions. In these languages, exceptions are just classes, although they are treated in very special ways. Typically, you only want to allow them to be thrown and caught, nothing else. You can make exceptions first class citizens in your models meaning that they are treated like basic building blocks by marking them with an appropriate stereotype, as for the class Overflow in Figure 2-19.

Well-structured classes have crisp boundaries and form a part of a balanced distribution of responsibilities across the system. Getting Started Modeling a system involves identifying the things that are important to your particular view. These things form the vocabulary of the system you are modeling. For example, if you are building a house, things like walls, doors, windows, cabinets, and lights are some of the things that will be important to you as a home owner. Each of these things can be distinguished from the other.

Notice how all these classes work together such that no one class does too much or too little. Figure 4-10 Modeling the Distribution of Responsibilities in a System Modeling Nonsoftware Things Sometimes, the things you model may never have an analog in software. For example, the people who send invoices and the robots that automatically package orders for shipping from a warehouse might be a part of the workflow you model in a retail system. Your application might not have any software that represents them (unlike customers in the example above, since your system will probably want to maintain information about them).

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