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Wrycza Stanisław (Uniwersytet Gdański), Marcinkowski Bartosz (Uniwersytet Gdański), Maślankowski Jacek (Uniwersytet Gdański)
Applications of Implementation Diagrams in System Infrastructure Modeling
Zarządzanie i Finanse, 2014, R. 12, nr 3, cz. 2, s. 275-286, rys., bibliogr. 20 poz.
Journal of Management and Finance
Słowa kluczowe
Implementacja, Systemy informatyczne, System informacyjny, Język UML, Diagramy UML, Technologie cyfrowe, Inteligentne Systemy Transportowe
Implementation, Computer system, Information system, Unified Modeling Language (UML), UML diagrams, Digital technologies, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
Software architecture of systems under development as well as specification of ICT equipment on which systems' execution will be based upon are nowadays inherent elements of complete information system documentation. These aspects are in particular addressed by Unified Modeling Language (UML) by implementation-oriented diagrams. Two kinds of such diagrams could be singled out -component diagrams and deployment diagrams. The diagrams are used respectively for specifying and interconnecting software and hardware resources. The goal of the paper is to assess as well as to verify challenges and opportunities related to the applications of implementation diagrams within the development process of modern digital economy-oriented systems. After introduction to the article, the significance of the diagrams for infrastructure modeling is discussed in section 1. Section 2 is aimed at depicting functional capabilities of the diagrams. In the last section, the assessment and exemplification of the specific diagrams is introduced as a series of mini-cases. The case studies included in the paper cover the issues of intelligent metropolitan traffic management, IS-assisted store service as well as mobile devices-based electronic ticket purchasing. (original abstract)
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