This appendix provides a brief overview of the UML notations used in this book. For a thorough examination of the notation, see The Unified Modeling Language Reference Manual: Second Edition.1
1 James Rumbaugh, Ivar Jacobson, and Grady Booch, The Unified Modeling Language Reference Manual: Second Edition, Boston: Addison-Wesley (2005).
This section illustrates the basic UML Class Diagram notation. For the most part, explanations are presented as notes in the diagram.
Figure A-1 shows two examples of a UML Class, one representing a Person and the other representing a Banking Service. Classes may be used to represent abstractions or concrete things. By default, each class is represented ...