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Cheap Assignment Help Around Australian university campuses some students are seen relaxed and energetic, while a typical group of students is observed in state of confusion or worry. The first students type are the one who are availing cheap coursework help services for their assignment tasks, whereas the later students type are the one attempting to do the assignment tasks on their own.
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Mike Prestwood
What type of analysis do you use?
I'm curious about what type of analysis others are using. Do you write up your requirements in a Word document? Do you use UML? Some tool? Do you write up requirements at all?
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9 years ago
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Boy Mike, that is a big question. How much detail do you want? The short answer is that I write up what my client wants and have them review it. Sometimes my write up is just an email for something small and easy. Sometimes I create a formal Word document. I rarely do diagrams but when appropriate, I do.
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UML in Rational Rose
Hi, i am new to the community so forgive any faux pas., I am building my first UML model in Rational rose and need help in depicting events handling. Particulary, i have a COM server that supports several events that can be handled in scripts within its environment. How do i denote these in class/object format? Do i show them as functions ebing implemented by my separate class?, thanks
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How much is UML used?
I'm just curious as to how many people out there are commited to using UML. I'm so tired of people scribbling something down and saying "Oh, it's just a little thing I made up". What percentage of people you know are using UML?
18 years ago
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We use the UML extensively here at Prestwood Software. To be fair though, we also use other methods along with it. We tie it all together with our own methodology: Prestwood Software Deveopment Methodology (PSDM). If you're curious about how we do all this, [URL=http://prestwood.com/products/psdm/]click here[/URL] to download PSDM.
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1. Association An Association is a generic relationship between two classes and is represented a line connecting the two classes. This line can be qualified with the type of relationship, and can also feature multiplicity rules such as one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, 0 or 1 to many, etc.
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2. Dependency A "uses-a" relationship. For example, when a class uses another class as a member variable or a parameter. A "uses-a" relationship forms a dependency on a class. A Dependency relationship is indicated by a dotted line with an arrow.
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3. Generalization Where you generalize specific classes into general parent classes or take general parent classes and specialize them as needed in child classes. A Generalization relationship is the equivalent of inheritance in object oriented programming (OOP). A Generalization relationship is an "is-a" relationship and is indicated by an arrow with a hollow arrowhead pointing to the parent class. For example, a Honda Accord "is-a" Car.
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4. UML Resource Page http://www.uml.org/
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