activity diagram It is a special kind of state diagram and is worked out at use

Activity diagram it is a special kind of state

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activity diagram It is a special kind of state diagram and is worked out at use case level. These are mainly targeted towards representing internal behavior of a a use case. These may be thought as a kind of flowchart. Flowcharts are normally limited to sequential process; activity diagrams can handle parallel process. Activity diagrams are recommended in the following situations: Analyzing use case Dealing with multithreaded application Understanding workflow across many use cases. o component diagramComponent diagrams illustrate the organizations and dependencies among software components. o A component may be A source code component
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23 A run time components An executable component Dependency relationship. deployment diagram A deployment diagram shows the relationship among software and hardware components in the delivered system. These diagram include nodes and connections between nodes. Each node in deployment diagram represents some kind of computational unit, in most cases a piece of hardware. Connection among nodes show the communication path over which the system will interact. The connections may represent direct hardware coupling line RS-232 cable, Ethernet connection, they also may represent indirect coupling such as satellite to ground communication.
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24 QUESTION BANK PART-A (2 marks) 1. Write about the four phases in OMT? 2. What do you mean by object diagram? 3. What are the primary symbols used in Data Flow Diagrams? 4. What are the diagrams used in Booch methodology? 5. Give the steps involved in Macro development process in Booch methodology. 6. Give the steps involved in Micro development process in Booch methodology. 7. Write briefly about Use Cases. 8. Write short note on Objectory. 9. Define patterns. 10. Define patterns template. Give some examples for components in pattern. 12. Define anti-patterns. 13. Define pattern mining. Give the steps involved in capturing pattern. 14. Define frame work. Give the differences between design patterns and frameworks. 15. Why do we go for unified approach? 16. Write short note on UA proposed Repository. 17. Define model. Explain about the types of model. 18. What are the advantages of Modeling? 19. Define UML. Mention the primary goals in the design of the UML. 20. Give the nine UML graphical diagrams.
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