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what component diagram style are you using?

 
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Guys,

I�m working on the component diagram. Just wondering what type of style we should use:
1. the style from Mark Cade�s study case, only have components and dependencies
2. the style from this link(see figure 5 and figure 7): http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/dec04/bell/

I�m using the Mark Cade�s style. I have no idea which one is better. If we choose to use the second on, maybe make the diagram complex and cluttering. What�s your opinions?

Kuan
 
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