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shivani anand
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Is it necessary to remember how things look from different perspective like conceptual, implementation..
can anyone give rough idea about all 3 different perspectives.
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John Wetherbie
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Not sure I understand the question. What 3 perspectives are you refering to?
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shivani anand
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In UML distilled I read that their are three perspectives you can use in drawing diagram
conceptual
specification
Implementation
Like in case of association
from conceptual perspctive it is conceptual relationship between classes
from specification perspective it represents responsibilities
I hope I am clear now
shivani
 
John Wetherbie
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OK, gotcha. Guess I'll have to re-read UML Distilled!
If you are asking from the perspective of taking the SCEA part 1 (or the other parts, for that matter) I'd say the answer is no.
John
 
Avijeet Dash
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The way i remember them is,
Conceptual:
classes at a very high-level with names identifying the domain names all nouns. absolutely at a high level, purpose is to capture all the domain specific names.
Specification:
This is at an interface level, more of a responsiblity identification point of view.
Implementaion:
this is at a low level where all the method names are identified, and the dependencies among the classes.
I am sure there are more sensible differnces, got to read the chapter again.
tnx
 
Walter Vetrivel
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There is an IBM test on UML which might give a fair idea on what
the questions will look like.
 
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