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UML and Data Modeling: A Reconciliation by David Hay

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Many of the notation elements that later became part of UML were first published by David Embley, Barry Kurtz, and Scott Woodfield in 1992, in their book, Object-oriented Systems Analysis. This introduced a more elegant notation for cardinality than was used in ORT, although relationships were only named in one direction. This book, among other things was an assertion that the modeling used to support object-oriented design could be used to support business systems analysis. The book made no mention, however, of the entity/relationship work that had preceded it.  Figure B-11 shows our example using their notation.

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