Learn more on what and how to make an UML diagram. These hands-on samples of the diagrams are available in high resolution for you to print. UML stands for Unified Modeling Language which is used in object oriented software engineering. This diagram is basically a standardized modeling language enabling developers to specify, visualize, construct and document artifacts of a software system. The following examples of UML diagrams pose as your teaching or learning resources in management program.
The sample posted above is the UML diagram class. It shows the different classes that each branch exposes. UML diagrams are divided into many types. Some types represent structural information, and the rest represent general types of behavior, including a few that represent different aspects of interactions. You can also see at the following samples of diagrams below as the reference.
UML can be applied to diverse application domains (e.g., banking, finance, internet, aerospace, healthcare, etc.) It can be used with all major object and component software development methods and for various implementation platforms. This kind of diagram is used to forge a common visual language in the complex world of software development that would also be understandable for business users and anyone who wants to understand a system. UML has a direct relation with object-oriented analysis and design.
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