Unified Modeling Language: Systems Analysis, Design and Development Issues: Systems Analysis, Design and Development Issues

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Halpin, Terry
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jul 1, 2000 - Computers - 288 pages

The unified modeling language (UML) has been adopted by the Object Management Group for use in developing object-oriented software systems, and has gained wide acceptance in industry. However UML is a large and complex language, with many features in need of refinement or clarification, and there are different views about how to use UML to build these systems. This book sheds light on such issues, by illustrating how UML can be used successfully in practice as well as identifying various problematic aspects of UML and suggesting possible solutions. As an edited collection of insightful contributions from both industry and academia, this book should appear to researchers, practitioners and instructors of UML.

 

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Contents

A Systematic Approach to Transform UML Static Models to ObjectOriented Code
21
Data Modeling and UML
43
RUP A Process Model for Working with UML
61
UML Modeling Support for Early Reuse Decisions in ComponentBased Development
75
Using a Semiotic Framework to evaluate UML for the Development of Models of High Quality
89
Rational Unified Process and Unified Modeling Languages A GOMS Analysis
107
Extension of the Unified Modeling Language for Mobile Agents
116
Rendering Distributed Systems in UML
129
Supplementing UML with Concepts from ORM
167
The WholePart Relationship in the Unified Modeling Language A New Approach
185
Linking UML with Integrated Formal Techniques
210
Seamless Formalizing the UML Semantics Through Metamodels
224
An Interactive Viewpoint on the Role of UML
249
About the Authors
264
Index
271
Copyright

Temporal OCL Meeting Specification Demands for Business Components
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Terry Halpin, (BSc, DipEd, BA, MLitStud, PhD) is a distinguished professor at Neumont University. His industry experience includes several years in data modeling technology at Asymetrix Corporation, InfoModelers Inc., Visio Corporation, and Microsoft Corporation. His doctoral thesis formalized object-role modeling (ORM/NIAM), and his current research focuses on conceptual modeling and conceptual query technology. He has authored over 150 technical publications and six books, including Information Modeling and Relational Databases and has co-edited four books on information systems modeling research. He is a member of IFIP WG 8.1 (Information Systems), an editor or reviewer for several academic journals, a regular columnist for the Business Rules Journal, and a recipient of the DAMA International Achievement Award for Education (2002) and the IFIP Outstanding Service Award (2006).

Keng Siau is the Chair of the Department of Business and Information Technology at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of British Columbia in 1996. His M.Sc. and B.Sc. (honors) degrees are in Computer and Information Sciences from the National University of Singapore. The University of British Columbia and the National University of Singapore are consistently ranked as two of the top 50 universities in the world (e.g., U.S. News & World Report, QS World University Rankings, Times Higher Education World University Rankings).

Prior to joining the Missouri University of Science and Technology in June 2012, he was the Edwin J. Faulkner Chair Professor and Full Professor of Management at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). He was also the Director of the UNL-IBM Global Innovation Hub. Professor Siau is the Vice President of Education for the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and serves on the Board of Partnership for Advancing Computing Education (PACE). He is also the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Database Management, North America Regional Editor for the Requirements Engineering journal, and Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Advances in Database Research series. Professor Siau has more than 250 academic publications. According to the ISI Web of Science and Google Scholar, he has more than 1700 and 5500 citation counts respectively. His h-index, according to Harzing's Publish or Perish, is 38. In 2011, he was ranked as one of the top researchers in his field based on h-index and productivity rate. In 2006, he was ranked as one of the top ten e-commerce researchers in the world (Arithmetic Rank of 7, Geometric Rank of 3). In 2006, the citation count for his paper "Building Customer Trust in Mobile Commerce" is ranked in the top 1% within the field as reported by Essential Science Indicators. His research has been funded by NSF, IBM, and other IT organizations. Professor Siau has received numerous teaching, research, service, and leadership awards. He received the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Distinguished Teaching Award and the College of Business Administration Distinguished Teaching Award in 2001. He was awarded the Organizational Leadership Award in 2000 and the Outstanding Leader Award in 2004 by the Information Resources Management Association. He received the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Business Administration Research Award in 2005. He is a recipient of the prestigious International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Outstanding Service Award in 2006, the IBM Faculty Awards in 2006 and 2008, and the IBM Faculty Innovation Award in 2010. [Editor]

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