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Good book to convert Business requiremnets to domain model

 
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Hi

I am looking at a suitable book to map business requiremnts to a domain model.

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Eric Evans' Domain Driven Design

Craig Larman's Applying UML and Patterns
 
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Hi

Thanks for the prompt reply

I have both of those books and checking if there is something I have missed out.

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Rahul M
 
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No book will give you a step-by-step recipe for doing what you want to do. Read those books and try to understand the thought process involved in creating mental models. That's all software really is, a representation of mental models of how the computer interacts with its users to do something useful.
 
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