C++ Final Analysis Workflow and Activity Diagrams
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What do activity diagrams allow modeling for?
- collection of transitions
- transitions between those activities
What is an action state?
- represents actions
- should be a verb and a noun
used to partition activity diagrams
forks and joins
when modeling concurrent flows, you can split these using a fork and put them back together using a join
used to model complex business processes as a workflow
When state finishes it’s work, transition out of this state into the next one
- Captures the big picture
- tells a story about the desired system
- analysis classes
- use case realizations
6 Analysis modeling rules of thumb
- 50 to 100 analysis classes
- only include classes that model the vocabulary of the problem domain
- do no make implementation decisions
- focus on classes and associations
- use inheritance
- keep it simple!
What are the 3 perspectives when creating and refining system analysis/design diagrams
a diagram that represents the concepts in the domain under study
diagrams that focus on the interfaces of the software not the implementation
diagrams with classes that are going to be implemented as diagrammed
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