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Applies UML to the world of component architecture, demonstrating how it can be used to specify components, their interactions, and their integration into cohesive systems. This book shows readers which elements of UML apply to server-side component-based development and how to use them most effectively.
John Cheesman is Director of Enterprise Application Development for ComponentSource. He has extensive experience applying component-based development processes, tools, and standards within large corporations. John specializes in modeling, specification, and repositories, and was a key contributor to the development of the UML. He is a regular speaker at international conferences on component-based development. John Daniels is an independent consultant and trainer. A pioneer of object-oriented concepts and practices, John has applied object and component technology to a wide range of fields during the past fifteen years, from factory automation to banking. He co-developed the Syntropy method, from which the UML Object Constraint Language is directly descended. John is a frequent speaker at international conferences on object technology, components, and development processes, and is co-author of Designing Object Systems: Object-Oriented Modeling with Syntropy (Prentice-Hall, 1994). 0201708515AB04062001