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Hi,

I just started reading the guide book (english version of the German book, Tim et. al)
I'm having difficulty (formalism, etc.)
Does reading the infrastructure spec help? What about superstructure?
Can someone direct me to where to start?

Eva
 
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The spec helped me a little. The Weilkiens and Oestereich book "UML 2 Certification Guide: Fundamental & Intermediate Exams" helped me more than reading the spec.

Oh the Orielly "UML 2.0 in a nutshell" Is a great book when you are just starting out. I have also see that many people like the "UML bible"

Could you provide me with a link to your book. I went to sit the intermediate exam before the end of the year and don't think my book will give me enough to pass the exam.

Peter
[ July 16, 2007: Message edited by: peter cooke ]
 
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