Pragmatic Guidelines: Diagrams That Work

  • Martin L. Shoemaker


In the last chapter, we spent a long time working through the process of Five-Step UML, and looking at all of the new UML notation which that entailed. But in this chapter, we’re going to take a quick break from learning all the formal rules and all the step-by-step instructions on how to use UML as part of a modeling process. Instead, I’m going to present a set of pragmatic guidelines that will help you stay on the right track during your development work.


Class Diagram Activity Diagram Model Rule Domain Class Case Diagram 
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© Martin L. Shoemaker 2004

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