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Object Modeling — A New Beginning

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In this article from The Coad Letter, editor Stephen Palmer provides a simple example of using color in object models - and takes it to almost absurd extremes.
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Introduction

In 1999, Peter Coad (CEO of TogetherSoft) consolidated his work on adding color to object models into Chapter 1 of Java Modeling in Color with UML: Enterprise Components and Process (Prentice Hall PTR, 1999, ISBN 0-13-011510-X). This article applies Coad's Domain Neutral Component to a simple but typical modeling example.

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The chapter can be downloaded as a tutorial from www.togethersoft.com.

I recently worked with a group that was struggling a little with applying the Domain Neutral Component to their object model. The example in this article helped clarify some of the design tradeoffs involved. First, a bit of background for any readers who are new to modeling in color and the Domain Neutral Component.

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