Modeling school

GCN tech brief

Development tool software vendor Altova has released UModel 2007, a design tool for building Uniform Modeling Language-based models. This version supports Version 2 of UML and additional diagram types. It also allows developers to generate schemas from Java and C# binary files and add hyperlinks to other models. Starting at $129, UModel provides a low-cost UML modeling alternative to IBM's Rational Rose, said Tim Hale, director of marketing at Altova.

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