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ATM Machine Operation          Step I          You Insert the Card          Step II: You Provide the Pin / Password       ...
Patient Visits a Diabetes Hospital         Step I         Doctor Sees the Patient and studies Patient History         Step...
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This is presentation about Unified Modelling Language which is not the Lingua Franca of the Business Analyst Profession. Business Analysts, Business Systems Analysts, Subject Matter Experts need to master the art and science of UML to succeed in todays agile world of Information Technology. QBI Institute provides IT Business Analyst Programs. QBI professionals are known for their UML expertise

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Unified Modelling Language

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  3. 3. What is a modelWhy should we modelHow do we modelWhat are Software ModelsWhy do we need Software ModelsWhat are general outputs when we modelWhat is Unified www.qbi.in
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  6. 6. • Rational Rose• ArgoUML• MS VISIO• Enterprise Architect• Magic DrawUML• StarUML• Integrated Development Environments also offer UML functionality www.qbi.in
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  14. 14. ATM Machine Operation Step I You Insert the Card Step II: You Provide the Pin / Password Step III: If password is valid then you have to choose thetransaction If password is invalid then you have to provide the passwordagainIf you provide wrong password more than three times card is blockedStep IV : You carry out the transactionStep V: You are asked for more transactionsStep VI: Remove the CardProcess is over www.qbi.in
  15. 15. Patient Visits a Diabetes Hospital Step I Doctor Sees the Patient and studies Patient History Step II: Doctor Prescribes LabTest StepIII: Patient shows symptoms or no symptoms for disease Step IV: For No Symptoms Process Ends Step V: For Symptoms : Check BP, Classify Diabetic Type,Classify Patient Work type Step VI: Prescribe Treatment Step 7 : Process Ends www.qbi.in
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  22. 22. Relationship between Uses Cases- Include- Extend- Lets assume for the elective subject if the student enrolls he has to pay fee in two installments first installment at the time of enrollment and second installment before the exam- Pay fee (New Use Case)- So Enrollment is the Including Use Case and Pay Fee is the Included Use CaseEnrollment --- Pay feeCredit Card or he can pay fee by Debit CardCredit card payment and Debit card payment www.qbi.in
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