Guide to the Unified Process featuring UML, Java and Design Patterns

  • John Hunt

Part of the Springer Professional Computing book series (SPC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. The Unified Process

  3. Design Patterns

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 207-207
    2. Pages 209-219
    3. Pages 221-233
    4. Pages 253-261
    5. Pages 263-279
    6. Pages 281-291
    7. Pages 293-308
  4. The Unified Process in the Real World

  5. Back Matter
    Pages 411-424

About this book


1.1 Introduction This book introduces and guides the you through the use of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Unified Process (both originally devised by Grady Booch,James Rumbaugh and Ivar Jacobson) and their application to Java systems.This means that the book will present you, thereader,withthenotationusedintheUMLandthestepsdescribedbytheUnifiedProcesswith particular reference to the Java environment (including the classes and the syntax). The book itself is structured in three parts. Part 1 introduces object-oriented analysis and design and the Unified Process. The UML is introduced, as necessary, to support the Unified Process steps.Part 2 discusses the topic of design patterns,while Part 3 looks at the UnifiedProcessandUMLintherealworld. The first part of the book is structured in the following manner: Chapter 2: Object -Oriented Analysis and Design This chapter surveys the most significant object-oriented design and analysis methods to emerge since the late 1980s. Chapter 3: An Introduction to the UML and the Unified Process This chapter provides the background to the UML and the Unified Process. It also presents a summary of both. Chapter 4: Software Architecture and Object-Oriented Design This chapter explains and justifies why an architecture is essential to the successful design and implementation of a large object-oriented system. Chapter 5: Requirements Discipline: Use Case Analysis Thischapterintroducestherequirementsdiscipline(whichmayalsobeknownasUseCaseAna- sis).Thisdisciplineattemptstoidentifywhatthefunctionalityofthesystemwillbe.Theseusecases will be essential as the backbone to the whole design process.


C# J2EE Java Java EE Rack Turing Unified Modeling Language (UML) XML design pattern framework modeling object object-oriented analysis object-oriented analysis and design techniques

Authors and affiliations

  • John Hunt
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  1. 1.JayDee TechnologyCorshamUK

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