If you are a non-technical person with a stake in the success of a software project, this book is for you. Business managers often find it impossible to communicate business objectives and specify their software requirements to technical members of staff. This beginner's guide teaches readers to communicate with software developers in a more focused, effective way. It describes the basic diagrams of the UML modeling notation and shows how they are used to specify requirements in a unambiguous way. When used on project, the risk of failure through unclear requirements is removed.Data models in the form of entity relationship (ER) diagrams have frequently been used instead of UML class ... Among the abundance of notations and techniques here, however, ErwinAr2 tools for ER models have been near de facto standardanbsp;...
|Author||:||Milan Kratochvil, Barry McGibbon|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003|