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UML Diagrams
Zicomi Systems publishes some UML example diagrams online from the world famous UML dictionary.
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Version 2.5 Released
Zicomi Systems is delighted to announce that version 2.5 of Zicomi Mentor is released. With support for UML 2.0 and all thirteen UML diagrams
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Zicomi Systems' Director
speaks about the UML at Objects by Design - an informative interview
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Partner Programme
Zicom Systems is delighted to announce a new world wide partner programme, become a partner today.
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OMG Member
Zicom Systems is made a member of the OMG!



  • hundreds of interactive example UML diagrams
  • comprehensive explanations of UML 2
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  • hints, tips and usage guidelines
  • self-paced quizzes
  • Online UML Dictionary

The product is easy to use, intuitive and can be used by business and technical people providing a reference that is appropriate for beginners and experts alike...
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  Today's UML Element
Bag
Bag
'A value of bag specified for the property string of an association end indicates that the same instance can appear more than once in the collection. By default an association end is a set of instances, meani... more...
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"I would highly recommend Zicom Mentor to anybody learning the UML, a great tool at the right price."
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Fundi Software
  Today's Thought Leader
Alan Turing (1912 - 1954)
Turing developed a famous game (or exercise) now known as the "Turing Test" for intelligence. He posited that if a computer program could pass this test, it could justifiably be labeled "intelligent". He graduated from King's College Cambridge and received a Smith's Prize in 1936 for work on probability theory. He completed his PhD at Princeton in 1938. Turing had a vision that one day computers could be programmed to achieve abilities indistinguishable from human intelligence.
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