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Business Patterns w/UML (OMG): Business Patterns at Work [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Hans-Erik Eriksson
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26. Januar 2000 Omg (Buch 8)
UML (Unified Modeling Language) ist ein leistungsfähiges Tool für die Entwurfsplanung von objektorientierten Computersystemen. Mit seiner Hilfe kann der Zeitaufwand für die Software-Entwicklung enorm reduziert werden. Entsprechend groß ist daher nicht nur die Nachfrage nach UML für firmeninterne Systementwicklung sondern auch nach praktischer Anleitung für den richtigen Einsatz von UML. Dies ist der Nachfolgeband des sehr erfolgreichen Titels "UML Toolkit" von Eriksson und Penker. Er konzentriert sich auf die brandaktuellen komponenten-orientierten Konzepte und erklärt, wie man OCL (Object Constraint Language) von UML für Business Rules und Business Views einsetzt. Dokumentiert sind 27 hilfreiche Business Patterns. (cat06/99)

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  • Taschenbuch: 484 Seiten
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons; Auflage: 1. Auflage (26. Januar 2000)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0471295515
  • ISBN-13: 978-0471295518
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,7 x 18,6 x 2,6 cm
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Until now, the Unified Modeling Language (UML) has been primarily used to design software, but should you use it to model your entire business as well? That's the intriguing argument of Business Modeling with UML, a text that combines leading-edge enhancements to UML with some solid thinking about business. Written for any manager with some technical background, this book looks at the possibilities of UML used to model entire organizations.

The book makes a strong case for the advantages of modeling businesses in UML. With models, an organization can provide better software, define and implement new goals, and even decide whether to outsource certain operations. The Erickson-Penker Business Extensions for UML, invented by the authors and presented within the text, permit UML to document the entire business enterprise. This book shows how to model businesses, from business architecture to processes, business rules, and goals. Short case studies--for Web-centric and more traditional companies--are used to illustrate key concepts here.

Later sections of the book will perhaps take a little more background in software engineering to appreciate fully as the book presents a handful of business patterns, which offer reusable solutions to common problems (just like software patterns). The authors also look at how to leverage a business model to create better software.

In engineering, a new car is modeled and thoroughly tested on a computer before any physical prototype is ever built. As the authors point out, a business that has accurate models can test out new ideas cheaply and then adapt to changing market conditions quickly. This title makes a case that UML--a tool traditionally used by software developers--is ready to tackle the job. Read this notably informative and intelligent book to see the possible benefits of business modeling in UML for your organization. --Richard Dragan

Topics covered: Business modeling basics, UML notation and Erickson-Penker Business Extensions, class diagrams and powertypes, object diagrams, statecharts, activity diagrams and swimlanes, sequence and collaboration diagrams, collaboration and use case diagrams, component and deployment diagrams, stereotypes, business architectures, business processes, resources, goals, business rules, Object Constraint Language (OCL) and collections, business views and patterns, business goal allocation, business goal decomposition, business goal-problem, and software architectures

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Room for improvement, but not all bad 25. April 2000
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Considering that that the "UML Toolkit", although now dated, is a useful book, I was expecting quite a lot from "Business Modeling with UML". However, it seems like the authors couldn't make up their mind about what to focus on. The core of the book, the Eriksson-Penker business extensions, make up for a mere twenty pages of the book, and the rest of the book is spent discussing various patterns, business rules and the UML in general. Many of the subjects discussed are based upon earlier works, and treated a bit too lightly, imho. Similar to just watching the highlights on sportscenter, it just doesn't tell the whole story. There are also a number of (minor) syntactical errors in the chapter dealing with OCL, which somewhat confuses things for the reader. Despite this, not all is bad with the book. The E-P Business Extensions are useful, and their creation of four business views (similar to the 4+1 view of software architecture) is indeed a good one. The book also fills a void in the UML and RUP, which is well needed, so by all means, take a look at it.
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Sometime ago I have been wondering if somebody will try to bridge the gap between business modeling (the one used by consultants) and software engineering. It would certainly make it easier for people to understand and explain business operations.
This book is an application of the UML into the realm of business modeling. It is very good in the sense that it explains and goes through the patterns that form business models. The introduction on UML is pretty short and concise, so if you are new to it try using "Applying UML..." book to get an introduction. Be prepared to sit down and spend some time reading, since the material can be a little bit daunting to try to understand and remember all the patterns available. Overall, I wish I had this book for Systems Analysis instead of the outdated software engineering books that we used.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting concept, great work on business modeling 4. April 2000
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Sometime ago I have been wondering if somebody will try to bridge the gap between business modeling (the one used by consultants) and software engineering. It would certainly make it easier for people to understand and explain business operations.
This book is an application of the UML into the realm of business modeling. It is very good in the sense that it explains and goes through the patterns that form business models. The introduction on UML is pretty short and concise, so if you are new to it try using "Applying UML..." book to get an introduction. Be prepared to sit down and spend some time reading, since the material can be a little bit daunting to try to understand and remember all the patterns available. Overall, I wish I had this book for Systems Analysis instead of the outdated software engineering books that we used.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good for new business modellers 11. Oktober 2000
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Being relatively new to business modelling in the eCommerce arena, I purchased this book with the aim of guiding me to a consistent diagramatical notation/methodology for functional requirements. Whilst many customers are still more comfortable with the old flow chart and DFD, I was able to at least apply some of the principles behind the notation. I showed someone else in our workshop sessions and they took the details so they could purchase their own copy. I have compared notes with a few others and find that they either have the book or have at least seen it. I would recommend this to someone in the same situation as I was - relatively new to business modelling, yet not naive wrt analysis and design methodologies. For those who are old hands it might still be worth a look.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A very good guide to business-level modelling with UML 13. Juli 2003
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One of the weaknesses of the Unified Modelling Language is its relatively limited support for modelling at the Enterprise level, especially to accurately model business processes. The UML purists believe that everything should be reduced to Use Cases, while these authors recognise that much more is necessary.
The book covers five quite distinct topics:
1. An introduction to business modelling and UML, explaining the problems the authors want to help solve, and describing each of the relevant techniques of UML,
2. A proposal for a group of extensions to UML (using that language's own established extensibility mechanisms) so that that it can better model business processes,
3. A description of the variety of views and models which will be required to establish a comprehensive understanding of the business, or at least part of it,
4. A repository of "business patterns", which you can use to model the business,
5. A comprehensive worked example.
Each of these is quite detailed. In particular, the book contains probably the best introduction to the Object Constraint Language (OCL), and its use to model business rules, that I have read anywhere. The sections on how to do business modelling are also very good, as are the introductions to the relevant UML techniques.
The "Eriksson-Penker extensions for business modelling" are important because several UML-based case tools have now implemented them as an emerging standard for business process modelling with UML. If you want to fully understand how these work, this is the book to read.
The business patterns are more of a "curates egg". Some are extremely useful, and others innovative which could easily solve your problems where there is an accurate match. That said, some are less good and seem to state the obvious, although with patterns it is always difficult to know if you are judging some harshly simply because you are so familiar with them and other readers will get more value. Some of the pattern explanations are a bit repetitive, and the "examples" often sound very artificial, but overall they are useful, and a single one which solves a real business modelling problem for you will justify the rest.
At over 400 pages, some of which is occasionally slightly slow and ponderous this is not an ideal book to read from cover to cover. But it is definitely one to study, focusing on whichever topic is most relevant to you at any time, and I can happily recommend it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very useful !! 23. Mai 2001
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While I didn't really enjoy UML Toolkit I do enjoy this book. The presentation and writing styles are same between books however, which are very structured and easy to follow however.
This book does a wonderful job of discussing the "design patterns" around the activities of a business, this is it's strength. While I haven't yet mapped these out in UML to a business I think they can stand on their own outside of UML. UML just makes the flow more understandable.
Overall the design patterns are enough to recommend it. Very novel and useful!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not particularly useful 30. Juni 2004
Von bernardsia - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am looking for a book that would be able to flesh out proper business processes utilizing well defined modeling language/framework. Although UML is extremely useful for software development, the author's work did make its case stand with me on UML's usefulness as business process modeling tool.
The examples are too simplistic and the suggested modeling diagrams are far too cluterred for a business personel to understand.(Cluttered diagrams on a simple example) The book would be better if it had a growing case study and used real world examples and diagrams.
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