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* NEUES BUCH * Kompendium zu Enterprise Architect von Sparx Systems – Auflage für EA 13.5

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Kompendium
zu Enterprise Architect von Sparx Systems

Das Buch wurde komplett neu gestaltet.
Hier finden sie die aktuelle Kapitelstruktur.
Diese Auflage hat 352 Seiten. Es steckt allerdings mehr Inhalt darin als in der letzten Auflage.

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Book: UML @ Work

While this book is devoted to UML 2.0, it provides many basic information and explanations for the general understanding of the various diagrams, elements, and concepts of UML.

UML syntax and semantics are presented, using a simple approach model and example project to demonstrate how UML can be applied in practice.

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Book: UML 2.0 projektorientiert

A comprehensive example shows the application areas and possibilities of the UML. Grässle and the Baumanns focus on important aspects such as business process modeling, system integration, EDI (WebEDI, XML) and system creation for the first time.

The structure of the book corresponds to the practice: they are professionally managed,

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Book: UML 2.5 - Das umfassende Handbuch

In the actual edition of the standard work, Christoph Kecher teaches you his knowledge, from the basics of modeling to the professional use of UML. Christoph Kecher makes clear what his book is about: the application of software modeling with UML. As a software engineer and co-author of C / C ++,

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Book: Praxishandbuch BPMN 2.0

IPraxisbuch BPMN 2.0n their book, Jakob Freund and Bernd Rücker give a practice-oriented introduction to Business Process Modeling and Notation (BPMN). The authors show, on the one hand, what is important in the process modeling of the process and, on the other hand, are concerned with the perspective of process automation.

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Review: Project Management with UML and Enterprise Architect 12

The book “Project Management with UML and Enterprise Architect” is a translated version of the german book “Projektabwicklung mit UML und Enterprise Architect”.
This book is a great ressource and guide for UML with Enterprise Architect, which you can use for EA Trainings and even for self-studying.
It gives you a good and compact overview of UML 2.1 including a comprehensive description of the 13 UML diagram types:
Use Case Diagram,

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Buchtipp: Systems Engineering mit SysML/UML: Modellierung, Analyse, Design

With this book, you are instructed in the methods of system engineering. In a practice-oriented case study, a heterogeneous system is described and modeled using SysML (Systems Modeling Language) based on UML.

Weilkiens, who is actively involved in the UML specification and co-authored the SysML specification,

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Book: BPMN 2.0 - Business Process Modeling Notation

BPMN 2.0 - Business Process Model and Notation Thomas Allweyer gives a great introduction to Business Process Modeling and Notation (BPMN). He has accumulated extensive knowledge in the areas of business process management, operational information systems and software development. He also works as a manager and consultant at IDS Scheer and as a process manager on a platform of the German bank and SAP.

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Book: UML 2 - Das umfassende Handbuch

In the third edition of the standard work, Christoph Kecher teaches you his knowledge, from the basics of modeling to the professional use of UML. Christoph Kecher makes clear what his book is about: the application of software modeling with UML. As a software engineer and co-author of C / C ++,

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Book: Strategisches Management der IT-Landschaft

We all know that IT plays an increasingly important role in the success of a company. The IT landscape must therefore be aligned with the business objectives. Only then can a company succeed in the market and react to the ever-shorter innovation cycles quickly and flexibly.

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