9.8 For Further Reading

Much of the material in this chapter was adapted from [Clements 03]. For a more comprehensive treatment of architectural documentation, the interested reader should look there. The reader is also referred to [IEEE 00] for a communitywide standard for architectural documentation that is both consistent with this chapter and gives slightly different terminology.

Finally, there are many good references for the UML. However, the first, and the standard [Rumbaugh 99], still serves as a useful and comprehensive introduction. The Object Management Group is currently generating a version of UML intended to better enable the representation of the software architecture of a system. You can follow the progress of this effort at http://www.omg.org/uml/.

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