IBM Rational Architecture Management Software model structure guidelines, Part 2. Classic Rational Unified Process

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Bill Smith

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: January 22, 2008

This article is for those who are interested in applying the modeling guidance found in the traditional IBM® Rational Unified Process® (RUP®) to their use of IBM® Rational® Software Modeler, IBM® Rational® Systems Developer, or IBM® Rational® Software Architect. You will learn how these products support the model types defined by RUP; the implications of RUP modeling style for model organization and team modeling; what is worth modeling; and the business value, organization, and content of the RUP Use Case, Analysis, and Design Models.

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