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It therefore made sense to continue that evolution together rather than apart, eliminating the potential for unnecessary differences that would further confuse users. Second, by unifying the semantics and notation, they could bring some stability to the object-oriented marketplace, allowing projects to settle on one mature modelling language. This stability would allow tool builders to focus on delivering more useful features, which would enhance the uptake of the unified notation. Third, they expected that their collaboration would yield improvements over all three earlier methods, helping them to capture lessons learned and to address problems that none of their methods previously handled well.

Steps for finding candidate classes and objects Step i: We can identify objects in our problem statement by looking for nouns and noun phrases. Step 2: Each of these can be underlined and becomes a candidate for an object in our solution. Step 3: We can eliminate some objects by some simple rules. In applying these rules it is important to make sure that our objects fit in with our use cases, thus staying within the system requirements and scope. Apart from being good practice, this highlights a link point between different models and UML diagrams.

There are some excellent texts that treat this subject in d e t a i l - though it mostly comes down to giving it some serious thought and applying an element of common sense. Check out some of the articles referred to in the further reading section in the Rational Edge online journal for some good examples. Applying UML 37 Further reading Although we have provided a review of UML syntax and semantics in Appendices A and B you might still feel the need for additional UML references. The following are a couple of recommendations we would make (both fairly small and relatively inexpensive texts).

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