文件名称: UML Distilled 3rd Ed
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Structure of the Book
Chapter 1 gives an introduction to the UML: what it is, the different meanings it has to different
people, and where it came from.
Chapter 2 talks about software process. Although this is strictly independent of the UML, I think that
it's essential to understand process in order to see the context of something like the UML. In
particular, it's important to understand the role of iterative development, which has been the
underlying approach to process for most of the OO community.
I've organized the rest of the book around the diagram types within the UML. Chapters 3 and 4
discuss the two most useful parts of the UML: class diagrams (core) and sequence diagrams. Even
though this book is slim, I believe that you can get the most value out of the UML by using the
techniques that I talk about in these chapters. The UML is a large and growing beast, but you don't
need all of it.
Chapter 5 goes into detail on the less essential but still useful parts of class diagrams. Chapters 6
through 8 describe three useful diagrams that shed further light on the structure of a system: object
diagrams, package diagrams, and deployment diagrams.
Chapters 9 through 11 show three further useful behavioral techniques: use cases, state diagrams
(although officially known as state machine diagrams, they are generally called state diagrams), and
activity diagrams. Chapters 12 through 17 are very brief and cover diagrams that are generally less
important, so for these, I've only provided a quick example and explanation.
The inside covers summarize the most useful parts of the notation. I've often heard people say that
these covers are the most valuable part of the book. You'll probably find it handy to refer to them as
you're reading some of the other parts of the book.
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