Difference between revisions of "Category talk:Class Diagram"

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[CM: A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations. (UML Superstructure Specification)]
 
[CM: A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations. (UML Superstructure Specification)]
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[SC: using "diagram" to define "diagram" is circulate and contradicts principle of good definition. Suggest change to: "A class diagram is a structured representation of real life object/concept, depicting packages, classes, their attributes, constraints, and relationships, and operations.]

Revision as of 18:57, 2 October 2012

[JL: A class diagram in UML is a type of static diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing its classes, their attributes and operations, and the relationships among them.]

[CM: A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations. (UML Superstructure Specification)]

[SC: using "diagram" to define "diagram" is circulate and contradicts principle of good definition. Suggest change to: "A class diagram is a structured representation of real life object/concept, depicting packages, classes, their attributes, constraints, and relationships, and operations.]