The UML and Data Modeling

The power of the Unified Modeling Language is not limited to object oriented software development. More and more, the UML is being applied to other areas of software development, such as data modeling, enhancing practitioners' ability to communicate their needs and assessments to the rest of the team. Data analysts primarily gather data out of documented business requirements. The database itself traditionally has been described by notations called entity relationship diagrams, using graphic representation that is similar but not identical to that of the UML.

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