UML – the Good, the Bad or the Ugly? Perspectives from a panel of experts

@article{HendersonSellers2004UMLT,
  title={UML – the Good, the Bad or the Ugly? Perspectives from a panel of experts},
  author={Brian Henderson-Sellers},
  journal={Software & Systems Modeling},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={4-13}
}
ion is the process of removing or hiding nonessential detail from view so that the principal characteristics of interest and their relationships are more clearly visible and, thus, more easily understood. This obviously depends on the area of concern, which means that abstraction is always done from a particular viewpoint. With the exception of the very earliest ones, thirdgeneration programming languages provided two fundamental and clearly separated viewpoints for specifying software: the… CONTINUE READING

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