Applying stereotypes and notes in UML sequence diagrams

Improving the quality and consistency of your diagrams

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Scott Ambler

Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: January 25, 2001

Application of UML stereotypes and notes to sequence diagrams increases the communication value of your models. This article was adapted from Chapter 6 of The Object Primer 2nd Edition.

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