Jacobson, Grady Booch 2nd ed. p. cm. ISBN 1. Computer software--Development. 2. UML (Computer science) I. Jacobson, Ivar. II. Booch. For nearly ten years, the Unified Modeling Language (UML) has been the industry standard for visualizing, by Ivar Jacobson, James Rumbaugh, Grady Booch. Introduced in , the Unified Modeling Language (UML) has rapidly been Guide," the original developers of the UML--Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh, and.
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The recent standardization of UML 2.
Its inherent expressiveness allows users to model everything from enterprise information systems and distributed Web-based applications to real-time embedded systems. In this eagerly anticipated revision of the best-selling and definitive guide to the use of the UML, the creators of the language provide a tutorial to its core aspects in a two-color format designed to facilitate learning.
Starting with an overview of the UML, the book explains the language gradually by introducing a few concepts and notations in each chapter.
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View table of contents. He writes a regular column for the Journal of Object-Oriented Programming.
Rumbaugh is the lead author of the recent best-selling book Object-Oriented Modeling and Design, published by Prentice Hall. He and his colleagues developed the OMT methodology described in the book based on real-world applications at GE, and they have worked to extend the original methodology.
He has taught courses based on the methodology to different audiences around the world, ranging from one-hour seminars to intensive several-day training courses. He has a B.
During his career at GE, he worked on a variety of problems, including the design of one of the first time-sharing operating systems, early work in interactive graphics, algorithms for computed tomography, use of parallel machines for fast image generation, VLSI chip design, and finally, object-oriented technology. Jim developed OMTool, an interactive graphical editor for manipulation of object model diagrams.
The editor is commercially available. In addition, he led a five-year programming effort producing production-quality software.
In addition, he performed personal research. He also led a team of four programmers in implementation. Jim developed and implemented the object-oriented language DSM, combining object-oriented concepts with database concepts and distributed it within GE for use on production applications.
The language was heavily used at Calma Corporation and was extensively extended based on user feedback with a preliminary version. He implemented user-interface applications based on this system, including a configuration-management tool and a user-interface generation tool.
Jim developed the concept of state trees, a structured extension of finite state machines incorporating a new model of object-oriented control. Later, it was used in the OMTool object editor. Jim also developed the Flow Graph System, a generic interactive graphic system for controlling a network of design engineering jobs, including management of multiple versions of data and coordination of information flow among applications.