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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a language for specifying, constructing, visualizing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. [FAQ Previously managed by More>>

The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a language for specifying, constructing, visualizing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. [FAQ Previously managed by John Mitchell and John Moore.]"   <<Less

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As far as my knowledge UML is mostly used for object oriented modelling. Can we use the UML for no...
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Explain multilevel aggregation with example.
Tue 04/17/07
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What is the difference between Binary / Unary Association, Binary / Unary Composition?
Fri 09/23/11
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Tue 08/30/11
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Any tips on taking IBM's OOAD with UML certification test?
Tue 03/13/01
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A University wants you to build a software system that will be used to assist them in the admissions...
Tue 11/28/06
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Is UML an appropriate tool for knowledge representation?
Fri 11/04/05
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Fri 08/19/05
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How can I find help (suggested readings, mock exams, links, etc.) in preparing for the IBM certifica...
Mon 07/03/00
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How do we express collections as argument types or return types in UML interaction diagram messages?
Fri 04/19/02
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How to generate UML Class Diagram for a java project. I am able to generate UML Class Diagram only ...
Sat 01/13/07
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How do I represent a thread in UML?
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