Communicating Systems with UML 2: Modeling and Analysis of by David Garduno Barrera

By David Garduno Barrera

Content material:
Chapter 1 Why Use Uml to version community Protocols? (pages 1–29):
Chapter 2 easy Transmission (pages 31–73):
Chapter three uncomplicated Chat software (pages 75–131):
Chapter four Non?Reliable Transmission Mediums (pages 133–179):
Chapter five uncomplicated delivery Protocol (pages 181–239):

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11. 11.. Interaction overview o diagrram Interaaction overviiew diagrams focus on an n overview off the flow off control, where thhe nodes are other o interaction diagrams. This type of diagram is veery useful in orderr to describe very compleex scenarios by including or referring to other diagramss. 12 show ws an examplee of an interraction overviiew diagram extracted from thee current UML L specificationn [SSU 10]. 12. 12.. Timing diagrram Timing diagrams describe the behavior of a single classs, or the intteractions between many of theem, focusing on o time consttraints over a given duratiion.

The reference at the bottom means that the system goes back to the idle state after sending the incremented data to the server. This representation allows us to avoid drawing long and intricate transitions. 22. 2. Second variation: behavior notation (state oriented) The diagrams used to define the behavior of the client and server classes in the preceding section use a transition-oriented design; however, we could have used a different UML style: state-oriented design. 23). This transition is not triggered by an external stimulus, but by an internal condition.

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