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Pattern-Oriented Analysis and Design: Composing Patterns to Design Software Systems by Sherif M. Yacoub, Hany H. Ammar

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Chapter 15. Relation to UML Metamodel and Specification

In this chapter we discuss the relationship between concepts used in POAD modeling and the UML metamodels. If you are using POAD to develop the design of an application, this chapter does not provide relevant information; you can refer to Chapter 7 to learn about the POAD development process. If you are developing a UML tool or a new UML-based development methodology, you might be interested in reading this chapter.

Syntax Is Not Enough

Many software designers and analysts find UML syntax sufficient to serve their modeling needs. When the main objective is to analyze and design applications using UML modeling constructs and model views, the syntax of the UML constructs is usually sufficient ...

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