Modeling the World with Four Colors: UML class model patterns

Speaker: Norman Daoust of Daoust Associates will present Modeling the World with Four Colors: UML class model patterns on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at Foley Hoag LLP, Emerging Enterprise Center, Bay Colony Corporate Center 1000 Winter Street, Suite 4000, North Entrance, Waltham, Massachusetts

This program is sponsored by IEEE Consultants Network. Admission: no charge; the meeting is open to the public; tell your friends, they’ll appreciate it!

Description: This presentation describes patterns for creating domain models using four colors to stereotype the UML (Unified Medical Language) classes into five categories. This speeds up the analysis modeling process, produces models that are easy to review and critique. The use of color adds to the information content of the model and provides an excellent mechanism for visual discrimination of the concepts.

The presentation begins with a brief description of the five stereotype classes, followed by an example, tips for identifying each of classes, and concludes with a stereotyped way the stereotype entities fit together.

Attendees will learn the four colors and how to apply them. They will leave with a different way of thinking about the world.

Audience: business analysts, data analysts, data modelers, people who want a framework for categorizing data

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