Advances in UML and XML-based Software Evolution

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Hongji Yang
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 362 pages
Advances in UML and XML-Based Software Evolution reports recent advances in applications of two popularly used languages, UML and XML, in the field of software evolution. This book covers topics such as: visualizing legacy systems with UML, augmenting UML to support the design and evolution of user interfaces, migration of persistent object models using XML and much more. Advances in UML and XML-Based Software Evolution brings many specialists' views into one comprehensive text for all academic researchers and industrial practitioners to learn more about these languages.

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About the author (2005)

Hongji Yang holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Durham University and a M. Phil. and B.Sc. in computer science from Jilin University in China. He is a reader at DeMontfort University in England. His previous positions include senior research assistant at Durham University and lecturer at Jilin University in China. Dr. Yang has done extensive research in the areas of software engineering and computer networking. He has published extensively.

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