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UML Building Blocks

The UML building blocks determine as things, relationships and diagrams.

There are four types of things in UML: Structural, Behavioral, Grouping and Annotational.

Sructural things (the static part of the model):

Class:

Class represents a set of objects that have the same structure, behavior, and relationships with objects of other classes. Classes are represented as boxes that consist of name, attributes, operations, and responsibilities.

UML Building Blocks - Class

Interface:

Interface is an abstract class that defines a set of operations that the object of the class associated with this interface provides to other objects.

UML Building Blocks - Interface

Collaboration:

: Collaboration determines interactions between the elements.

UML Building Blocks - Collaboration

Use case:

Use case is a description of the system behavior on the request from the outside of this system.

UML Building Blocks - Use-Case

Component:

Component describes the physical part of the system.

UML Building Blocks - Component

Node:

Node is a resource available during the run time.

UML Building Blocks - Node

Behavioral things (dynamic part of the model):

Interaction:

Interaction is a set of messages that the elements exchange for execution the tasks.

UML Building Blocks - Message

State machine:

State machine defines the states of the object that go in response to the events.

UML Building Blocks - State

Grouping things (the mechanism for grouping the UML model elements):

Package:

Package groups the classes and other packages.

UML Building Blocks - Package

Annotational things (the mechanism for capturing the remarks, descriptions, and comments of the UML model elements):

Note:

Note is a textual explication.

UML Building Blocks - Note

Relationship :

Association:

Association is a relationship that connect two classes.

UML Building Blocks - Association

Dependency:

Dependency is a relationship when some changes of one element of the model can need the change of another dependent element.

UML Building Blocks - Dependency

Generalization:

Generalization is an association between the more general classifier and the more special classifier.

UML Building Blocks - Generalization

Realization:

Realization is a relationship between interfaces and classes or components that realize them.

UML Building Blocks - Realization

Diagrams:

There are the following types of UML Diagrams: Class, Component, Composite Structure, Deployment, Object, Package, Activity, State Machine, Use Case, Communication (Collaboration), Interaction Overview, Sequence, and Timing.

Using the libraries of the Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw PRO you can create your own visual vector UML diagrams quick and easy.

All libraries for creating UML diagrams are available inside the ConceptDraw PRO. Templates and samples are located in the Rapid UML section of ConceptDraw Solution Browser.

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