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EclipseUML2 model and iterative agile process is possible [message #627262] Thu, 04 December 2008 10:09
Vlad Varnica is currently offline Vlad VarnicaFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Milton Keynes - UK
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Hi Folks,

The current problem we are facing is that less and less companies are
really using advanced UML because waterfall model is to gather input, then
write requirements, then deliver a year later. This is not possible
anymore in our fast changing world. Not being fully satisfied many
projects just used UML for creating few diagrams and small models with no
logic between them and sometimes used reverse engineering only for
documentation purposes.
We can't accept this fate and believe that modeling is and will always be
important. Our current problem is just related to tool flexibility.
I have written a small article on this subject at: terfall_versus_incrementale_modeling_cycle.html

Omondo believes in:
1. a standard model (e.g. EclipseUML2 metamodel) and tool model
interchange : lipseuml2008_dynamic_navigation.html#5._Model_interchange_wi ht_RSA_7

2. a single model approach and not multiple models with no logic between
them : del_Editor/Multiple_project_model/index.html

3. a full reverse by mapping all java information into the model : verse/reverse/index.html#1.1_Create_a_detailled_model_includ ing

UML is better than any other modeling technology (e.g. SysML, BPMN etc..)
because UML is the only to fully cover the entire agile iterative process
while the others are stuck in the waterfall dilemma.

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