Hi. There is no requirement to have only one diagram for classes and components and only four diagrams for sequences. You can split your diagrams into many. For example I have one class diagram and one component diagram becouse it was good for me. From other hand i have each sequence diagram splitted into four-five diagrams - one for each step in use case (I got 12/12 for sequences).
1. Your diagrams describe a solution that meets the requirements 2. Your diagrams conform to UML standards 2. Label and describe each diagram 3. You explain the manner in which you present your diagrams
For the most part, even the most radical of assignment submissions will most likely contain a logical set of diagrams.
Joined: Apr 07, 2007
OK! Maybe I took the instructions too literally...