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Objecteering empowers UML2 – Examples
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Diagramme de classe
Diagramme de Use Case
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Sequence diagrams
UML2 has considerably improved sequence diagrams. It is now possible to reference other sequence diagrams, to represent loops and choices, to define formal and current call parameters (gates), and so on. Objecteering supports all these powerful features, and provides a set of smart interactions that make modeling even easier, through the simple drag and dropping of classes to create lifelines, or the drag and dropping of interactions to create interaction references with all their gates.
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