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Webel promotes graphical, model-based development and offers Advanced UML and SysML training seminars and workshops, including courses in model-based Java and XML engineering and how to progressively refactor existing systems using reverse-engineering into graphical UML.

Dr Darren is recognised as a leader in graphical software and systems engineering technologies and worked as an expert consultant on MagicDraw UML and the MD SysML Plugin.

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Representation of a feature-oriented software process as UML stereotypes corresponding to JIRA issue types

Representation of a feature-oriented software process as UML stereotypes corresponding to JIRA issue types

Note the complex many-to-many relationship between requirements satisfied by features, and the possibility of many different designs for a given feature. Although a more a accurate representation of the desired process, this proposed stereotype model was not adopted in full, as it proved too fine-grained for the legacy issues on the given project.

The UML Parsing Analysis meta-process may be represented as stereotypes (from 2005)

The UML Parsing Analysis meta-process may be represented as stereotypes (from 2005)

An attempt to represent an older form of the UML™ Parsing Analysis with stereotypes (freestyle, not strongly bound here to UML Profiles stereotypes or base metaclasses). Note the emphasis on analysis depending on (possibly existing) design, not the other way around.

UML: TIP: use a Package for design(ed) elements (only)

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That is, for elements that were reverse-engineered or will be forward-engineered.

UML: TIPS: Analysis vs. Design: how to organise your UML models

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In this Webel tutorial, anything that is not forward or reverse engineered is defined as an "analysis" element, and ONLy elements that are forward or reverse engineered to code are considered "design". The emphasis is on reuse of existing design elements, rather than on developing and forward engineering designs AFTER creation of analysis elements.

Dr Darren says that the name of the game is to:

Define analysis at a high level of abstraction (using, for example, «wrapper» Components as systems specifications) and then "go and find" existing designs that can be combined to do the job.

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