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   ► KBRole-Based T...PSDP & ProcessPSDP General   Print This     
  From the March 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
Proj Man PSDP General:
PSDP Phases compared to UML Workflows
Posted 17 years ago on 3/18/2003 and updated 5/2/2007
Take Away: Brief summary of how UML workflows map to the PSDP phases.
 Tags: PSDP , UML , phases , workflows , compare


UML Workflows (how they relate to PSDP)

  • Requirements (part of our Requirement phase)
  • Analysis (part of our requirements and general design phases)
  • Design (same as our Detail Design phase)
  • Implementation (same as our Initial Coding phase)
  • Test (we break this into "Testing and Rework" and Deployment phases)

More Info

Article:  An Introduction to Object Orientation
Link: UML Home Page
Article:  Introduction to OO for the Paradox Community
Article:  Introduction to the Unified Modeling Language
Article:  OO/UML: Aggregation versus Composition
Definition:  Polymorphism
KB Post:  PSDP: Step 2 Planning Overview (Gen & Design Phases)


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