Lecture 4 Sequence Interaction Diagrams

Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and Iterative Development (3rd Edition)

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1 Copyright W. Howden Lecture 4: Sequence Interaction Diagrams
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2 Copyright W. Howden Behavioral vs Static Models Describe interactions between entities Sequence Diagrams Collaboration Diagrams Message Sequence Charts State Charts Describe structure of complex entities Class Diagrams • Entity-relationship models
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3 Copyright W. Howden Sequence Diagrams - Components • Objects – Actors, subsystems, class instances • Messages – One object sends a message to another message Each diagram describes a scenario, or what happens during a use of the system System described by a collection of diagrams
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4 Copyright W. Howden : Member : GUI : DomainLogic : DataBase setMemberData() setMemberData(dateeData, name) getMemberData(name) upDateMemberData(memberData) Set member data scenario Preceded by and followed by LogOn and LogOff scenarios
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5 Copyright W. Howden Applicability System/Actor interaction – Requirements elaboration Subsystem interactions – Requirements elaboration and design Subsystem design – Object properties and class visibility
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6 Copyright W. Howden System Actor Interaction Investigate the interactions the user has with the system Specify the needed user interface forms
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