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UML Pattern Language, A by Paul Evitts

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Chapter 8. Component Patterns

Catalogue

  • 8.1 Separation of Concerns

  • 8.2 Whole Components

  • 8.3 Icons Clarify Components

  • 8.4 Pictures Depict Nodes

  • 8.5 Specification Backplane

  • 8.6 Components Manage Change

  • 8.7 Configured and Released Packages

  • 8.8 Model for Maintenance

Context

The patterns in this chapter deal with the modeling problems connected to deploying a piece of software. These problems are different from design or construction problems—the problem domain is typically a set of givens, including physical elements, such as the network architecture of an organization; as well as soft elements, such as the human organizational structure. Even for a commercial software product, both the target platforms and the intent of the out-of-the-box experience need to ...

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