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Fri, 20 Oct 2000 01:42:57 -0400
Georg Lehner wrote:
> UML for the Impatient, by Martin Gogolla at Bremen University
> it is a 23 page ps archive (available in pdf also) where all kind's of
> UML diagrams are used to design a program for a poor traffic light.
Thanks for your help. I've been to
but couldn't find the document you are referring to (basically did a search for
UML and Gogolla). If you could e-mail me the URL for the PDF file, I'd
appreciate it (you could also send the whole file if you prefer, but just the
address should be just fine).
Yesterday I was on a hunting expedition for some more serious "paper-based" UML
reading, at the local university (McGill, in Mtl), and got my hand on "Objects,
components and frameworks with UML: the Catalysis approach". An 800 pages
brick, but it should put me up to date on the subject. And more. Still, I'd
love to have a look at that PDF also.
- Re: Inventory, Alejandro Imass, 2000/10/16
- Re: Inventory, Derek A. Neighbors, 2000/10/16
- UML, vio, 2000/10/16
- Re: UML, Derek A. Neighbors, 2000/10/17
- Re: UML, Georg Lehner, 2000/10/20
- Re: UML,
- RE: UML, Micheal J, 2000/10/20