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UML and Data Modeling: A Reconciliation by David Hay

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As a successor to David Hays work, Len Silverston, Kent Graziano, and Bill Inmon published a their own set of standardized models (that they called Universal Data Models) These were in more detail and covered different areas, and In 2001, Mr. Silverston published a two-volume second edition, further described general use patterns and specialized patterns for different industries. [89] [90] In 2009, published a third volume with Paul Agnew which was about low-level patterns.[91]

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