229
Structural view, 101
Structural aspect, 89
Structures, 80
Subclass, 130
Subject, 47
SWIFT, 189, 223
Swim lane, 65, 72, 95
Synchronization bar, 64
System integration, 187
System integration model, 191
T
Target format, 223
Target audience, 15
Technical concept, 139
Terminology, 54
TIE TO, 162
Top-down
in the static view, 212
Top-down analysis, 139
Topology, 72
Transformation of classes, 217
Transition, 153-154
internal, 153, 155
U
UML 2.0, 24
infrastructure, 26
superstructure, 26
UML airport, 9
UN/ECE, 189
UN/EDIFACT, 188, 189
Unified modeling language, 22
United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange
for Administration, Commerce, and
Transport, 189
Use case, 103
boarding, 115
business use case, 41
documenting, 121
editing, 119
identifying, 117, 119
modeling, 104
Use case diagram, 45
verifying, 123
Use case sequence diagram, 106
verifying, 123
User interface, 103, 107
V
Value-added chain, 34
Verification, 26
Verifying
activity diagram, 73, 99
activity diagram of the process view,211
class diagram, 93
class diagram of the static view, 219
collaboration diagram, 183
package diagram, 88
sequence diagram, 78
sequence diagram of the process view,210
statechart diagram, 163
use case diagram, 123
use case sequence diagram, 124
View
behavioral view, 101, 147, 151
business administrative view, 40
external view, 37, 38, 40
interaction view, 101, 163,
internal view, 37, 38
outside view, 105
process view, 192
static view, 191
structural view, 101, 124
View from the outside, 101, 106
constructing, 115
View of the customer, 41
Visualization, 14
W
W3C, 190
Workflow Management Coalition, 33
Workflows, 37
Work steps, 32, 50
Worker, 82
Worker role, 84
X
Xlink, 190
XML, 188, 190
XML/EDI, 190
XSL, 190

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