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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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GOALS

  • To describe in detail all of the alternate and exception pathways for the first iteration (and the first package within Remulak) of the Remulak Productions project.

  • To examine the notion of classes and how to identify them.

  • To explore ways to refine the class list by applying some common class-filtering rules.

  • To define the concept of associations and how to identify them among the components of the use-cases.

  • To explain how and when to use an object diagram, a runtime version of the class diagram.

  • To review the class diagram for Remulak Productions.

  • To begin to identify both attributes and operations for the classes identified for Remulak Productions.

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