A UML PATTERN LANGUAGE (Broché)

Paul Evitts

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A UML Pattern Language pairs the software design pattern concept with the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to offer a tool set for software professionals practicing both system modeling and software development. This book provides • A collection of patterns in the domain of system modeling, including those that are useful to management, operations, and deployment teams, as well as to software developers • A survey of the development of patterns and the UML • A discussion of the underlying theory of the patterns and instructions for using the language • A thorough exploration of the design process and model-driven development A UML Pattern Language recognizes that design and modeling have become equal partners with programming and coding in the enterprise of software development. Providing both an understanding of the work of design and the way patterns and the UML combine to facilitate design, this book teaches you how to • Apply UML and patterns to real-world system modeling • Create sharable solutions as the basis for software reuse • Format models and use the UML artifacts • Effectively model the key aspects of software development with UML: domain, products, and components • Use some of the specific features of the UML that differentiate it from other modeling languages
  • GETTING STARTED
    • Pattern Essentials
    • The Unified Modeling Language
    • UML Essentials, Elements, and Artifacts
  • THE PATTERN LANGUAGE
    • Patterns of Style
    • Patterns of Substance
    • Domain Patterns
    • Product Patterns
    • Component Patterns
  • ANOTHER STARTING POINT
    • Patterns in Context
    • The UML in Context
    • Putting It All Together: Reflecting on the Work of Design.

Biographie de Paul Evitts

Paul Evitts is a systems and management consultant from Toronto, and he is the President of neoLogistiks, Inc. He has over 20 years of experience in systems integration, technology planning and implementation, and software methodology/lifecycle development. Paul's clients have included dozens of private sector and government organizations across North America, including insurance and manufacturing companies, real estate and retail organizations, educational institutions, and financial sector firms. Over the last 10 years, Paul has successfully crafted custom use-case driven development approaches for clients, acted as business architect and project manager for individual projects, and provided strategic planning support for clients migrating to new technologies. His consulting activities have not been limited to traditional applications development and system integration. He has also evaluated business opportunities for systems technology in the Third World (Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean), acted as technical producer for a commercial CD-ROM published by The Voyager Company, assisted a startup multimedia media company in business planning, and worked as a system architect for one of the significant successes in business re-engineering. Paul's methodology consulting practice has not been limited to object-oriented development. He spent many years in the 1980s providing clients with Rapid Application Development and event-based development approaches, coaching and mentoring modeling using a variety of CASE tools. Please refer to Paul's Web site, www.umlpatterns.com, for further material related to this book.

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