- 16.1 Applying UML: Common Class Diagram Notation
- 16.2 Definition: Design Class Diagram
- 16.3 Definition: Classifier
- 16.4 Ways to Show UML Attributes: Attribute Text and Association Lines
- 16.5 Note Symbols: Notes, Comments, Constraints, and Method Bodies
- 16.6 Operations and Methods
- 16.7 Keywords
- 16.8 Stereotypes, Profiles, and Tags
- 16.9 UML Properties and Property Strings
- 16.10 Generalization, Abstract Classes, Abstract Operations
- 16.11 Dependency
- 16.12 Interfaces
- 16.13 Composition Over Aggregation
- 16.14 Constraints
- 16.15 Qualified Association
- 16.16 Association Class
- 16.17 Singleton Classes
- 16.18 Template Classes and Interfaces
- 16.19 User-Defined Compartments
- 16.20 Active Class
- 16.21 Whats the Relationship Between Interaction and Class Diagrams?
16.19 User-Defined Compartments
In addition to common predefined compartments class compartments such as name, attributes, and operations, user-defined compartments can be added to a class box. Figure 16.19 shows an example.
Figure 16.19 Compartments.