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domain model vs entity class diagram

Senthil Kumar
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Hi,
In my assignment I have a business domain which would not have no more than a single instance as per my assumption. Do I have to have this as as entity class. Or should I change my assumption to accommodate into the class diagram. In other words , does every domain given would translate into an entity.


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