Java Modeling, A UML workbook, Part 1

Introduction to sequence diagrams

From the developerWorks archives

Granville Miller

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: May 08, 2001

In this first installment of his new column, Granville Miller introduces one of the building blocks of the Unified Modeling Language: sequence diagramming. Sequence diagrams are used throughout the design process to demonstrate the internal interactions between actors and objects as a system executes over time. Follow along with Granville as he creates one of these diagrams, using a loan processing application as his example.

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