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UML 2 certification guide [electronic resource] : fundamental and intermediate exams / Tim Weilkiens, Bernd Oestereich.

By: Weilkiens, Tim.
Contributor(s): Oestereich, Bernd [].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Morgan Kaufmann OMG Press: Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Morgan Kaufmann, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 294 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0080466516 (electronic bk.); 9780080466514 (electronic bk.).Uniform titles: UML 2.0 zertifizierungvorbereitung. English Subject(s): Electronic data processing personnel -- Certification | Computer software -- Development -- Examinations -- Study guides | UML (Computer science) -- Examinations -- Study guides | COMPUTERS / Programming / Object Oriented | Electronic data processing personnel / Certification | Computer software / Development / Examinations / Study guides | UML (Computer science) / Examinations / Study guides | Electronic data processing personnel / Certification | Computer software / Development / Examinations / Study guides | UML (Computer science) / Examinations / Study guidesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: UML 2 certification guide.DDC classification: 005.1/17 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- UML 2 Certification Guide -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of metamodels -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 What Is UML? -- 1.1.1 The Three Amigos -- 1.1.2 The Object Management Group -- 1.1.3 The History of UML -- 1.1.4 UML Compliance Levels -- 1.1.5 UML Subspecifications -- 1.1.6 The Metamodel of UML 2.0 -- 1.2 The UML Certification Program -- 1.2.1 Fundamental Level -- 1.2.2 Intermediate Level -- 1.2.3 Advanced Level -- 1.2.4 Prerequisites and Registration -- 1.2.5 Examination Procedure -- 1.3 Exam Preparation -- Summary -- Live references -- Chapter 2 Ocup Fundamental -- 2.1 General Basics -- 2.1.1 Examination Topics -- 2.1.2 Datatypes -- 2.1.3 Overview of Diagrams -- 2.1.4 Stereotypes -- 2.2 Class Diagrams -- 2.2.1 Examination Topics -- 2.2.2 Basic Concepts -- 2.2.3 Namespaces -- 2.2.4 Typed Elements -- 2.2.5 Multiplicities -- 2.2.6 Value Specification -- 2.2.7 Constraints -- 2.2.8 Instance Specification -- 2.2.9 Classifier -- 2.2.10 Features -- 2.2.11 Operations -- 2.2.12 Properties -- 2.2.13 Associations -- 2.2.14 Classes -- 2.2.15 Generalization -- 2.2.16 Packages -- 2.2.17 Dependencies -- 2.2.18 Interfaces -- 2.3 Behavior Basics -- 2.3.1 Examination Topics -- 2.3.2 Introduction -- 2.3.3 The Call Model -- 2.3.4 Behavior Parameters -- 2.4 Activity Diagrams -- 2.4.1 Examination Topics -- 2.4.2 Token Flow -- 2.4.3 Control Nodes -- 2.4.4 Object Nodes -- 2.5 Interaction Diagrams -- 2.5.1 Examination Topics -- 2.5.2 Interactions -- 2.5.3 Communication, Timing, and Interaction Overview Diagrams -- 2.6 Use Cases -- 2.6.1 Examination Topics -- 2.6.2 Use Cases and Actors -- 2.6.3 Use Case Relationships -- Chapter 3 Ocup Intermediate -- 3.1 Composite Structure Diagrams -- 3.1.1 Examination Topics -- 3.1.2 Structured Classifiers -- 3.1.3 Connectable Elements -- 3.1.4 Ports and Classes -- 3.1.5 Invocation Actions, Triggers, and Variables -- 3.1.6 Collaboration -- 3.2 Component Diagrams -- 3.2.1 Examination Topics -- 3.2.2 Components -- 3.2.3 Connectors -- 3.3 Behavior Basics -- 3.3.1 Examination Topics -- 3.3.2 Communications -- 3.3.3 The SimpleTime Model -- 3.4 Action Models -- 3.4.1 Examination Topics -- 3.4.2 Actions -- 3.4.3 Invocation Actions -- 3.4.4 Opaque Actions -- 3.4.5 Object Actions -- 3.4.6 Structural Feature Actions -- 3.4.7 Link Actions -- 3.4.8 Variable Actions -- 3.4.9 Other Actions -- 3.5 Activity Diagrams -- 3.5.1 Examination Topics -- 3.5.2 Object Nodes -- 3.5.3 Control Nodes -- 3.5.4 Activity Partitions -- 3.5.5 Structured Activity Nodes -- 3.5.6 Conditional Nodes, Loop Nodes, and Sequence No.
Summary: The popular Unified Modeling Language (UML) is both a language and notation developed by the Object Management Group (OMG) used to design and create specifications for software systems. With the recent release of version 2.0 UML, the OMG has started the OMG-Certified UML Professional Program to provide an objective measure of UML knowledge. As a certified UML professional a developer has an important credential to present to employers and clients. Certification also benefits companies looking for skilled UML practitioners by giving them a basis for making hiring and promotion decisions.UML 2 C
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Cover -- UML 2 Certification Guide -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of metamodels -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 What Is UML? -- 1.1.1 The Three Amigos -- 1.1.2 The Object Management Group -- 1.1.3 The History of UML -- 1.1.4 UML Compliance Levels -- 1.1.5 UML Subspecifications -- 1.1.6 The Metamodel of UML 2.0 -- 1.2 The UML Certification Program -- 1.2.1 Fundamental Level -- 1.2.2 Intermediate Level -- 1.2.3 Advanced Level -- 1.2.4 Prerequisites and Registration -- 1.2.5 Examination Procedure -- 1.3 Exam Preparation -- Summary -- Live references -- Chapter 2 Ocup Fundamental -- 2.1 General Basics -- 2.1.1 Examination Topics -- 2.1.2 Datatypes -- 2.1.3 Overview of Diagrams -- 2.1.4 Stereotypes -- 2.2 Class Diagrams -- 2.2.1 Examination Topics -- 2.2.2 Basic Concepts -- 2.2.3 Namespaces -- 2.2.4 Typed Elements -- 2.2.5 Multiplicities -- 2.2.6 Value Specification -- 2.2.7 Constraints -- 2.2.8 Instance Specification -- 2.2.9 Classifier -- 2.2.10 Features -- 2.2.11 Operations -- 2.2.12 Properties -- 2.2.13 Associations -- 2.2.14 Classes -- 2.2.15 Generalization -- 2.2.16 Packages -- 2.2.17 Dependencies -- 2.2.18 Interfaces -- 2.3 Behavior Basics -- 2.3.1 Examination Topics -- 2.3.2 Introduction -- 2.3.3 The Call Model -- 2.3.4 Behavior Parameters -- 2.4 Activity Diagrams -- 2.4.1 Examination Topics -- 2.4.2 Token Flow -- 2.4.3 Control Nodes -- 2.4.4 Object Nodes -- 2.5 Interaction Diagrams -- 2.5.1 Examination Topics -- 2.5.2 Interactions -- 2.5.3 Communication, Timing, and Interaction Overview Diagrams -- 2.6 Use Cases -- 2.6.1 Examination Topics -- 2.6.2 Use Cases and Actors -- 2.6.3 Use Case Relationships -- Chapter 3 Ocup Intermediate -- 3.1 Composite Structure Diagrams -- 3.1.1 Examination Topics -- 3.1.2 Structured Classifiers -- 3.1.3 Connectable Elements -- 3.1.4 Ports and Classes -- 3.1.5 Invocation Actions, Triggers, and Variables -- 3.1.6 Collaboration -- 3.2 Component Diagrams -- 3.2.1 Examination Topics -- 3.2.2 Components -- 3.2.3 Connectors -- 3.3 Behavior Basics -- 3.3.1 Examination Topics -- 3.3.2 Communications -- 3.3.3 The SimpleTime Model -- 3.4 Action Models -- 3.4.1 Examination Topics -- 3.4.2 Actions -- 3.4.3 Invocation Actions -- 3.4.4 Opaque Actions -- 3.4.5 Object Actions -- 3.4.6 Structural Feature Actions -- 3.4.7 Link Actions -- 3.4.8 Variable Actions -- 3.4.9 Other Actions -- 3.5 Activity Diagrams -- 3.5.1 Examination Topics -- 3.5.2 Object Nodes -- 3.5.3 Control Nodes -- 3.5.4 Activity Partitions -- 3.5.5 Structured Activity Nodes -- 3.5.6 Conditional Nodes, Loop Nodes, and Sequence No.

The popular Unified Modeling Language (UML) is both a language and notation developed by the Object Management Group (OMG) used to design and create specifications for software systems. With the recent release of version 2.0 UML, the OMG has started the OMG-Certified UML Professional Program to provide an objective measure of UML knowledge. As a certified UML professional a developer has an important credential to present to employers and clients. Certification also benefits companies looking for skilled UML practitioners by giving them a basis for making hiring and promotion decisions.UML 2 C

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