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.
Domain-specific languages are a natural extension to code libraries and frameworks, making their use faster, easier and more consistent. This article describes how to define a modeling languages on top of a library or a framework.
This article provides practical advice to both novice and experienced use case modelers.
This article considers the two most popular starting points for code generation UML for program modelling, part of the OMG’s Model Driven Architecture (MDA) approach , and Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs), little languages that are created specifically to model some problem domain. It offesr advice on their usefulness for real-world development. …
This video illustrates the platform independent timing and synchronization rules that modelers use and architects implement to support Executable UML applications.
This article shows that there is far more to data modeling than simply applying a few stereotypes to UML class diagrams. It describes conceptual, logical and physical data modeling notation, focusing on physical modeling.
This video discusses the different levels of perspective that can be used to model of use cases, such as sea-level, clam, fish, kite, and cloud.
This video presents an introductory course on the Unified Modeling Language (UML) given at the Indira Gandhi National Open University School of Computer and Information Sciences.