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UML and Data Modeling: A Reconciliation by David Hay

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The approach to modeling in this book is predicated on an understanding of both the history and the current perspectives of the two communities. The history is presented in more detail in Appendix B, but a few words about it are worth mentioning here. The current perspectives of the two communities are best understood in terms originally laid out by John Zachman in his Framework for Information Architecture and refined by your author. This combined introduction addresses both of these points.

The history describes the concepts that have driven the information processing industry and how they are interrelated in complex ways. Each person who created a ground-breaking concept at any time was undoubtedly well-read and knew ...

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