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Visual Modeling with Rational Rose 2002 and UML by Terry Quatrani

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The Logical View

This view of architecture addresses the functional requirements of the system—what the system should provide in terms of services to its users. The logical architecture is captured in class diagrams that contain the classes and relationships that represent the key abstractions of the system under development. Most of the UML notation that has been addressed so far is contained within this view of architecture (e.g., classes, associations, aggregations, generalization, and packages).

This view of architecture is addressed early in the elaboration phase with the creation of classes and packages that represent the major abstractions of the domain. As time moves on, more classes and packages are added to the model to reflect the ...

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