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The Road to UML 2.0: Fast Freeway or Dangerous Curves?
In the nearly four years since the Object Management Group (OMG) adopted the Unified Modeling Language (UML) in 1997, it has quickly established itself as the standard language for specifying software systems. From domains ranging from healthcare and finance to telecommunications and aerospace, UML is the common choice for defining software architectures. The modeling language has become so popular among developers that it is difficult to find a software project with more than ten developers who don't use UML in some way to specify part of their architecture.
One of the most interesting developments in the evolution of UML is the decision by the OMG to partition future UML 2.0 work into several complementary and architecturally aligned Request for Proposals (RFPs). This paper discusses the evolution of the UML standard and looks ahead to the next stages in its development.
- Telelogic, An IBM Company
- 07 Jul 2002
- 01 Nov 2001
- 7 Page(s)
- White Paper