Executable UML

Executable UML : How to Build Class Models

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This book shows how to build precise class models that form the foundation of rigorous software specifications, with examples from the author's projects in the fields of science and engineering focusing on real-time environments where accurate software specification is especially critical. Coverage includes executable UML classes and attributes, associations and relationships, binary associations, loop constraints, and reflexive, network, linear, and tree patterns for object modeling. Starr has been developing real-time and embedded software executable models since 1985. He has written two books. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)show more

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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 175.77 x 236.22 x 31.5mm | 821g
  • Pearson Professional Education
  • Prentice Hall PTR
  • New Jersey, United States
  • English
  • 0130674796
  • 9780130674791

Table of contents

 1. Classes.  2. Attributes.  3. Associations And Relationships.  4. Binary Associations.  5. Association Classes.  6. Basic Specialization-Generalization Relationships.  7. Advanced Generalization Relationships.  8. Constraints On Association And Relationships.  9. How to Avoid Model Hacking. 10. Why Write Model Descriptions. 11. How to Write Class Descriptions. 12. How to Write Attribute Descriptions. 13. How to Write Association Descriptions. 14. Why Do We Limit Ourselves to 0, 1 and *?. 15. Reflexive Patterns. 16. Network Patterns. 17. Linear Patterns. 18. Tree Patterns.show more

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