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Zicomi Systems publishes some UML example diagrams online from the world famous UML dictionary.
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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  • hundreds of interactive example UML diagrams
  • comprehensive explanations of UML 2
  • can be used as a UML tutorial
  • 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
Lost Message
Lost Message
A lost message is a kind of message where the sender (event occurrence) is known but the receiver (event occurrence) is not known. It is assumed that the reason it does not have a receiver (reception) is beca... more...
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  Today's Thought Leader
John Venn (1834 - 1923)
Venn was a British mathematician, educated at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He was ordained as a priest in 1859 shortly after his graduation Venn extended the work of Boole and is renowned for his creation of the Venn diagram - a novel way of visualizing sets. The diagrams are simple and compelling and have been used in a diverse range of disciplines from logic, biology, economics and statistics to computer science, Venn published three important books in the field of logic: 'The Logic of Chance' in 1866, 'Symbolic Logic' in 1881, and 'The Principles of Empirical Logic' in 1889. His work on sets is used extensively in UML with the generalization sets and in business and systems analysis.
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