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Software evolution with UML and XML.


Software evolution with UML and XML.

Ed. by Hongji Yang.

Idea Group Publishing


405 pages




The 12 articles in this collection present a framework for managing the consistency of evolving UML models, a unified software reengineering approach based on the model driven architecture, and a rapid pattern-oriented scenario-based testing approach for agile software development. Other topics include software evolution with XML-based variant configuration language (XVCL), abstracting UML behavioral diagrams for verification, describing and extending classes with the XML metadata interchange (XMI) format, and a prototype ontology system for testing web-based applications.

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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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