The Authoring Process of the UML-based Web Engineering Approach

@inproceedings{Koch2001TheAP,
  title={The Authoring Process of the UML-based Web Engineering Approach},
  author={Nora Koch and Andreas Kraus and Rolf Hennicker},
  year={2001}
}
We propose a precise UML-based authoring method for Web applications. This authoring method is part of the UML-based Web Engineering (UWE) approach. Starting with a requirement analysis done by use cases technique, it focuses on the design phase. The conceptual model of the application is used as guideline for modeling the navigation space. From the navigation space model we derive, in a next step, a navigation structure model which shows how to navigate through the navigation space using… CONTINUE READING
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