Modeling is not reserved to plan-driven methods, and the problems sometimes encountered lie not with modeling but with overdosing on models and failing to use modeling as an opportunity for communication. Models that become an end in themselves and are drawn up by individuals in isolation from one another are …
This video presents the 4+1 model view used by the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The four views are the logical, development, process and physical views. Additionnaly, selected use cases are used to illustrate the architecture serving, providing the ‘plus one’ view. Hence the model contains 4+1 views.
This video provides a basic introduction to the Unified Modeling Language (UML).
This video shows the relationships between the use cases and the sequence diagrams in the Unified Modeling Language.
This tutorial starts with a use cases and elaborates it into activity, class, sequence, and communication diagrams.
Ivar Jacobson explains in this interview that the Unified Modeling Language has become less usable as features have been added. “[UML] needs to be fixed. It needs to be simplified.” Jacobson said. He believes the answer is to create Essential UML. “What we need to do is create Essential UML, …
This video presents side-by-side look at the capabilities of UML and Eiffel. The UML is a modeling language which is the product of an amalgamation of different object-oriented methods and notations. Like Eiffel, UML can be used to capture and record the products of object-oriented analysis and design efforts.
This video illustrates the platform independent timing and synchronization rules that modelers use and architects implement to support Executable UML applications.