2004-UML-class

2004-UML-class - from SYSC 3303 Real-Time Concurrent...

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SYSC 2004 - UML Class Diagrams 1 from SYSC 3303 Real-Time Concurrent Systems Intro to UML (Unified Modeling Language) Class Diagrams for SYSC 2004 Copyright © 2001-2004 D.L. Bailey and 2007 L.S. Marshall, Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University revised October 26 th , 2007 SYSC 2004 - UML Class Diagrams 2 UML Notation for Classes ClassName compartment for attributes compartment for operations compartment for responsibilities compartment for name
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SYSC 2004 - UML Class Diagrams 3 Complex name class DisklessWorkstation Class Names • Every class has a name - usually a noun or short noun phrase drawn from the system being modeled • Convention: capitalize the first letter of every word in a class name • A class may be drawn showing only its name SYSC 2004 - UML Class Diagrams 4 Complex attributes real imaginary Attributes • An attribute name is usually a noun or short noun phrase • Convention: capitalize the first letter of every word in the attribute except the first letter • Attributes can be drawn showing only their names, as in this example
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2009 for the course SYSC 3303 taught by Professor Shramp during the Spring '09 term at Carleton CA.

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