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Agile Modeling: A Brief Overview

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Agile Modeling: A Brief Overview
: Agile Modeling (AM) is a practice-based methodology for effective modeling of software-based systems. Where the Unified Modeling Language (UML) defines a subset of the modeling techniques that software professionals require, AM defines practices that enables developers to model in an efficient and effective manner. This paper provides a brief overview of AM’s values, principles, and practices; defined what agile models are; and summarizes the scope of AM. Agile Modeling (AM) [Am01b; Am02] is a practice-based methodology for effective modeling of software-based systems. The AM methodology is a collection of practices guided by principles and values - that are meant to be applied by software professionals on a day-to-day basis. AM is not a prescriptive process, in other words it does not define detailed procedures for how to create a given type of model, instead it provides advice for how to be effective as a modeler. AM is "touchy-feely" in that it is not hard and fast - t...
Scott W. Ambler
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where UML
Authors Scott W. Ambler
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