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Monday, 26 November 2012 08:45

UML Study: How is UML Used in Practice?

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UML is the most adopted modeling language in industry for specifying the structure and the behavior of systems. Due to its general-purpose nature, UML is used very diversely in industry. To understand how UML is actually used in practice, LieberLieber's project partner (BIG, Vienna University of Technology) developed a script which analyses models created with Enterprise Architect. This script extracts the information which UML element types are used in the model, how they are linked to each other and which UML diagram types are used. By conducting this study they want to find out which parts of UML are actually used in industry and in which combinations they are used. Based on these findings we want to derive improvements of UML itself as well as of Enterprise Architect.

Understanding how UML is actually used in industry is only possible by analyzing real-world models. Therefore we hope for your input to the study. Details on how to participate can be found at http://blog.lieberlieber.com  and http://www.modelexecution.org/


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Dr. Konrad Wieland

Dr. Konrad Wieland

LieberLieber Software GmbH (Consultant)
 
Dr. Konrad Wieland is an expert in modeling and model-based software development in the most diverse domains. Even during his dissertation at the Vienna University of Technology, he published a host of articles on team-based modeling and software configuration management. Since 2012, as Consultant and Product Manager at LieberLieber he has continued to expand his expertise in these and other areas in and around Enterprise Architect.

Website: blog.lieberlieber.com/
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