Explanations of methods are often quite dry – particularly when they use classic examples that have nothing to do with the actual topic. Therefore, we have decided to use examples from our domain model. Even if you are already familiar with UML, we recommend that you at least flick through this chapter, as it contains a number of individual specifications.
The model contains around 180 classes that are grouped together into 20 packages. At the top level, we divide the model into nine sections.
Displaying the overall model
We differentiate between the overall model and the sub-models. The overall model is displayed in the following ways:
All packages, with name and list of classes; ...