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By Scott W. Ambler

The weather of UML variety is for all builders who create versions utilizing the Unified Modeling Language (UML), particularly in groups the place understandability and consistency are serious. simply as Strunk & White's the weather of fashion presents ideas of utilization for writing utilizing the English language, this article furnishes a collection of principles for modeling within the UML. well known UML professional Scott Ambler describes a suite of criteria and guidance for developing potent UML diagrams that might be concise and simple to appreciate.

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