Artifacts Involved in Design Phase
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Published: 12 Jun 2007
Abstract
This article examines all of the artifacts involved in the design phase, like Use Case Diagrams, Sequence Diagrams, Database Modeling tools and Class Diagrams, etc. with real examples. It also discusses some important documents like Integrated Design Documents (IDD).
by Uday Denduluri
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Introduction

This article explains various artifacts involved in the design phase. This article can be considered as an extension of my previous article Artifacts involved in the Requirements phase. The design phase is considered to be the key phase after the requirements phase. The design phase involves understanding the requirements and building the design and architecture of the system based on the same. It is to be understood that unless a requirement is clear, the design should not be started.


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Title: Mr.   
Name: PeterB
Date: 6/12/2007 10:39:37 AM
Comment:
If Integrated Design Document deal with a module and it's interaction with other modules within the project or system,

Which document will provide the complete
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http://envstudies.brown.edu/thesis/2004/Molly_Macgregor/How_When/Integrated_Design.htm

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