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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Chapter Summary

  • The activities of analysis and design help transform the requirements of the system into a design that can be realized in software.

  • The analysis model is made up of classes and collaborations of classes that exhibit the dynamic behaviors detailed in the use cases and the requirements.

  • Analysis-level classes represent objects in the business domain.

  • Analysis focuses on the functional requirements of the system, ignoring, for the moment, the architectural constraints of the system.

  • When creating the top-level analysis model packages, it is often useful to copy the use case model top-level packages. At the lower levels, however, the structure of the package hierarchy is often different.

  • Analysis begins with the analysis team's examining ...

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