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This edition''s extensive improvements include * A stronger focus on helping you master OOA/D through case studies that demonstrate key OO principles and patterns, while also applying the UML * New coverage of UML 2, Agile Modeling, Test-Driven Development, and refactoring * Many new tips on combining iterative and evolutionary development with OOA/D * Updates for easier study, including new learning aids and graphics * New college educator teaching resources * Guidance on applying the UP in a light, agile spirit, complementary with other iterative methods such as XP and Scrum * Techniques for applying the UML to documenting architectures * A new chapter on evolutionary requirements, and much more Applying UML and Patterns, Third Edition, is a lucid and practical introduction to thinking and designing with objects-and creating systems that are well crafted, robust, and maintainable.Foreword. Preface. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design. What Will You Learn? 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Example: Attributes in the Domain Models. Conclusion: Is the Domain Model Correct? Process: Iterative and Evolutionary Domain Modeling. Recommended Resources. 10. System Sequence Diagrams. Example: NextGen SSD. What are System Sequence Diagrams? Motivation: Why Draw an SSD? Applying UML: Sequence Diagrams. What is the Relationship Between SSDs and Use Cases? How to Name System Events and Operations? How to Model SSDs Involving Other External Systems? What SSD Information to Place in the Glossary? Example: Monopoly SSD. Process: Iterative and Evolutionary SSDs. History and Recommended Resources. 11. Operation Contracts. Example. Definition: What are the Sections of a Contract? Definition: What is a System Operation? Definition: Postconditions. Example: enterItem Postconditions. Guideline: Should We Update the Domain Model? Guideline: When Are Contracts Useful? Guideline: How to Create and Write Contracts. Example: NextGen POS Contracts. Example: Monopoly Contracts. Applying UML: Operations, Contracts, and the OCL. Process: Operation Contracts Within the UP. History. Recommended Resources. 12. Requirements to Design-Iteratively. Iteratively Do the Right Thing, Do the Thing Right. Provoking Early Change. Didn''t All That Analysis and Modeling Take Weeks To Do? 13. Logical Architecture and UML Package Diagrams. Example. What is the Logical Architecture? And Layers? What Layers are the Focus in the Case Studies? What is Software Architecture? Applying UML: Package Diagrams. Guideline: Design with Layers. Guideline: The Model-View Separation Principle. What''s the Connection Between SSDs, System Operations, and Layers? Example: NextGen Logical Architecture and Package Diagram. Example: Monopoly Logical Architecture? Recommended Resources. 14. On to Object Design. Agile Modeling and Lightweight UML Drawing. UML CASE Tools. How Much Time Spent Drawing UML Before Coding? Designing Objects: What are Static and Dynamic Modeling? 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Programming and Iterative, Evolutionary Development. Mapping Designs to Code. Creating Class Definitions from DCDs. Creating Methods from Interaction Diagrams. Collection Classes in Code. Exceptions and Error Handling. Defining the Sale.makeLineItem Method. Order of Implementation. Test-Driven or Test-First Development. Summary of Mapping Designs to Code. Introduction to the NextGen POS Program Solution. Introduction to the Monopoly Program Solution. 21. Test-Driven Development and Refactoring. Test-Driven Development. Refactoring. Recommended Resources. IV. ELABORATION ITERATION 2-MORE PATTERNS. 22. UML Tools and UML as Blueprint. Forward, Reverse, and Round-Trip Engineering. What is a Common Report of Valuable Features? What to Look For in a Tool? If Sketching UML, How to Update the Diagrams After Coding? Recommended Resources. 23. Quick Analysis Update. Case Study: NextGen POS. Case Study: Monopoly. 24. Iteration 2-More Patterns. From Iteration 1 to 2. Iteration-2 Requirements and Emphasis: Object Design and Patterns. 25. GRASP: More Objects with Responsibilities. Polymorphism. Pure Fabrication. Indirection. Protected Variations. 26. Applying GoF Design Patterns. Adapter (GoF). Some GRASP Principles as a Generalization of Other Patterns. "Analysis" Discoveries During Design: Domain Model. Factory. Singleton (GoF). Conclusion of the External Services with Varying Interfaces Problem. Strategy (GoF). Composite (GoF) and Other Design Principles. Facade (GoF). Observer/Publish-Subscribe/Delegation Event Model (GoF). Conclusion. Recommended Resources. V. ELABORATION ITERATION 3-INTERMEDIATE TOPICS. 27. Iteration 3-Intermediate Topics. NextGen POS. Monopoly. 28. UML Activity Diagrams and Modeling. Example. How to Apply Activity Diagrams? More UML Activity Diagram Notation. Guidelines. Example: NextGen Activity Diagram. Process: Activity Diagrams in the UP. Background. 29. UML State Machine Diagrams and Modeling. Example. 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Association Role Names. Roles as Concepts versus Roles in Associations. Derived Elements. Qualified Associations. Reflexive Associations. Using Packages to Organize the Domain Model. Example: Monopoly Domain Model Refinements. 33. Architectural Analysis. Process: When Do We Start Architectural Analysis? Definition: Variation and Evolution Points. Architectural Analysis. Common Steps in Architectural Analysis. The Science: Identification and Analysis of Architectural Factors. Example: Partial NextGen POS Architectural Factor Table. The Art: Resolution of Architectural Factors. Summary of Themes in Architectural Analysis. Process: Iterative Architecture in the UP. Recommended Resources. 34. Logical Architecture Refinement. Example: NextGen Logical Architecture. Collaborations with the Layers Pattern. Other Layer Pattern Issues. Model-View Separation and "Upward" Communication. Recommended Resources. 35. More Object Design with GoF Patterns. Example: NextGen POS. 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The Method of Lines (MOL) is a versatile approach to obtaining numerical solutions to partial differential equations (PDEs) as they appear in dynamic and static problems. This method, popular in science and engineering, essentially reduces PDEs to a set of ordinary differential equations that can be integrated using standard numerical integration methods. Its significant advantage is that the analysis algorithms follow the physical wave propagation and are therefore efficient. This is because the fields on the discretisation lines are described by generalised transmission line (GTL) equations. With this formulation we have a connection to the well known transmission line theory and resulting in an easy understanding. The method of lines is a very accurate and powerful way to analyze electromagnetic waves, enabling a full-wave solution without the computational burden of pure finite element or finite difference methods. 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Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields and Waves will appeal to electromagnetic field practitioners in primary and applied research as well as postgraduate students in the areas of photonics, micro- and millimetre waves, general electromagnetics, e.g. microwave integrated circuits, antennas, integrated and fibre optics, optoelectronics, nanophotonics, microstructures, artificial materials.Preface. 1 THE METHOD OF LINES. 1.1 INTRODUCTION. 1.2 MOL: FUNDAMENTALS OF DISCRETISATION. 1.2.1 Qualitative description. 1.2.2 Quantitative description of the discretisation. 1.2.3 Numerical example. 2 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE METHOD OF LINES. 2.1 INTRODUCTION. 2.2 BASIC EQUATIONS. 2.2.1 Anisotropic material parameters. 2.2.2 Relations between transversal electric and magnetic fields - generalised transmission line (GTL) equations. 2.2.3 Relation to the analysis with vector potentials. 2.2.4 GTL equations for 2D structures. 2.2.5 Solution of the GTL equations. 2.2.6 Numerical examples. 2.3 EIGENMODES IN PLANAR WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURES WITH ANISOTROPIC LAYERS. 2.3.1 Introduction. 2.3.2 Analysis equations for eigenmodes in planar structures. 2.3.3 Examples of systemequations. 2.3.4 Impedance/admittance transformation in multilayered structures. 2.3.5 System equation in transformed domain. 2.3.6 System equation in spatial domain. 2.3.7 Matrix partition technique: two examples. 2.3.8 Numerical results. 2.4 ANALYSIS OF PLANAR CIRCUITS. 2.4.1 Discretisation of the transmission line equations. 2.4.2 Determination of the field components. 2.5 FIELD AND IMPEDANCE/ADMITTANCE TRANSFORMATION. 2.5.1 Introduction. 2.5.2 Impedance/admittance transformation in multilayered and multisectioned structures. 2.5.3 Impedance/admittance transformation with finite differences. 2.5.4 Stable field transformation through layers and sections. 3 ANALYSIS OF RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE CIRCUITS. 3.1 INTRODUCTION. 3.2 CONCATENATIONS OF WAVEGUIDE SECTIONS. 3.2.1 LSM and LSE modes in circular waveguide bends. 3.2.2 LSM and LSE modes in straight waveguides. 3.2.3 Impedance transformation at waveguide interfaces. 3.2.4 Numerical results for concatenations. 3.2.5 Numerical results for waveguide filters. 3.3 WAVEGUIDE JUNCTIONS. 3.3.1 E-plane junctions. 3.3.2 H-plane junctions. 3.3.3 Algorithm for generalised scattering parameters. 3.3.4 Special junctions: E-plane 3-port junction. 3.3.5 Matched E-plane bend. 3.3.6 Analysis of waveguide bend discontinuities. 3.3.7 Scattering parameters. 3.3.8 Numerical results. 3.4 ANALYSIS OF 3D WAVEGUIDE JUNCTIONS. 3.4.1 General description. 3.4.2 Basic equations. 3.4.3 Discretisation scheme for propagation between A and B. 3.4.4 Discontinuities. 3.4.5 Coupling to other ports. 3.4.6 Impedance/admittance transformation. 3.4.7 Numerical results. 4 ANALYSIS OF WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURES IN CYLINDRICAL COORDINATES. 4.1 INTRODUCTION. 4.2 GENERALISED TRANSMISSION LINE (GTL) EQUATIONS. 4.2.1 Material parameters in a cylindrical coordinate system. 4.2.2 GTL equations for z -direction. 4.2.3 GTL equations for phi -direction. 4.2.4 Analysis of circular (coaxial) waveguides with azimuthally-magnetised ferrites and azimuthallymagnetised solid plasma. 4.2.5 GTL equations for r -direction. 4.3 DISCRETISATION OF THE FIELDS AND SOLUTIONS. 4.3.1 Equations for propagation in z -direction. 4.3.2 Equations for propagation in phi -direction. 4.3.3 Solution of the wave equations in z - and phi -direction. 4.3.4 Equations for propagation in r -direction. 4.4 SOLUTION IN RADIAL DIRECTION. 4.4.1 Discretisation in z -direction - circular dielectric resonators. 4.4.2 Discretisation in z -direction - propagation in phi -direction. 4.4.3 Discretisation in phi -direction - eigenmodes in circular multilayered waveguides. 4.4.4 Eigenmodes of circular waveguides with magnetised ferrite or plasma - discretisation in r -direction. 4.4.5 Waveguide bends - discretisation in r -direction. 4.4.6 Uniaxial anisotropic fibres with circular and noncircular cross-section - discretisation in phi -direction. 4.5 DISCONTINUITIES IN CIRCULAR WAVEGUIDES - ONE-DIMENSIONAL DISCRETISATION IN RADIAL DIRECTION. 4.5.1 Introduction. 4.5.2 Basic equations for rotational symmetry. 4.5.3 Solution of the equations for rotational symmetry. 4.5.4 Admittance and impedance transformation. 4.5.5 Open ending circular waveguide. 4.5.6 Numerical results for discontinuities in circular waveguides. 4.5.7 Numerical results for coaxial line discontinuities and coaxial filter devices. 4.5.8 Non-rotational modes in circular waveguides. 4.5.9 Numerical results and discussion. 4.6 ANALYSIS OF GENERAL AXIALLY SYMMETRIC ANTENNAS WITH COAXIAL FEED LINES. 4.6.1 Introduction. 4.6.2 Theory. 4.6.3 Regions with crossed lines. 4.6.4 Two special cases. 4.6.5 Port relations of section D. 4.6.6 Numerical results. 4.6.7 Further structures and remarks. 4.7 DEVICES IN CYLINDRICAL COORDINATES -TWO-DIMENSIONAL DISCRETISATION. 4.7.1 Discretisation in r - and phi -direction. 4.7.2 Numerical results. 4.7.3 Discretisation in r - and z -direction. 4.7.4 Discretisation in phi - and z -direction. 4.7.5 GTL equations for r -direction. 5 ANALYSIS OF PERIODIC STRUCTURES. 5.1 INTRODUCTION. 5.2 PRINCIPLE BEHAVIOUR OF PERIODIC STRUCTURES. 5.3 GENERAL THEORY OF PERIODIC STRUCTURES. 5.3.1 Port relations for general two ports. 5.3.2 Floquetmodes for symmetric periods. 5.3.3 Concatenation of N symmetric periods. 5.3.4 Floquet modes for unsymmetric periods. 5.3.5 Some further general relations in periodic structures. 5.4 NUMERICAL RESULTS FOR PERIODIC STRUCTURES IN ONE DIRECTION. 5.5 ANALYSIS OF PHOTONIC CRYSTALS. 5.5.1 Determination of band diagrams. 5.5.2 Waveguide circuits in photonic crystals. 5.5.3 Numerical results for photonic crystal circuits. 6 ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX STRUCTURES. 6.1 LAYERS OF VARIABLE THICKNESS. 6.1.1 Introduction. 6.1.2 Matching conditions at curved interfaces. 6.2 MICROSTRIP SHARP BEND. 6.3 IMPEDANCE TRANSFORMATION AT DISCONTINUITIES. 6.3.1 Impedance transformation at concatenated junctions. 6.4 ANALYSIS OF PLANAR WAVEGUIDE JUNCTIONS. 6.4.1 Main diagonal submatrices. 6.4.2 Off-diagonal submatrices - coupling to perpendicular ports. 6.5 NUMERICAL RESULTS. 6.5.1 Discontinuities in microstrips. 6.5.2 Waveguide junctions. 7 PRECISE RESOLUTION WITH AN ENHANCED AND GENERALISED LINE ALGORITHM. 7.1 INTRODUCTION. 7.2 CROSSED DISCRETISATION LINES AND CARTESIAN COORDINATES. 7.2.1 Theoretical background. 7.2.2 Lines in vertical direction. 7.2.3 Lines in horizontal direction. 7.3 SPECIAL STRUCTURES IN CARTESIAN COORDINATES. 7.3.1 Groove guide. 7.3.2 Coplanar waveguide. 7.4 CROSSED DISCRETISATION LINES AND CYLINDRICAL COORDINATES. 7.4.1 Principle of analysis. 7.4.2 General formulas for eigenmode calculation. 7.4.3 Discretisation lines in radial direction. 7.4.4 Discretisation lines in azimuthal direction. 7.4.5 Coupling to neighbouring ports. 7.4.6 Steps of the analysis procedure. 7.5 NUMERICAL RESULTS. 8 WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURES WITH MATERIALS OF GENERAL ANISOTROPY IN ARBITRARY ORTHOGONAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS. 8.1 GENERALISED TRANSMISSION LINE EQUATIONS. 8.1.1 Material properties. 8.1.2 Maxwell''s equations in matrix notation. 8.1.3 Generalised transmission line equations in Cartesian coordinates for general anisotropic material. 8.1.4 Generalised transmission line equations for general anisotropic material in arbitrary orthogonal coordinates. 8.1.5 Boundary conditions. 8.1.6 Interpolationmatrices. 8.2 DISCRETISATION. 8.2.1 Two-dimensional discretisation. 8.2.2 One-dimensional discretisation. 8.3 SOLUTION OF THE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. 8.3.1 General solution. 8.3.2 Field relation between interfaces A and B. 8.4 ANALYSIS OF WAVEGUIDE JUNCTIONS AND SHARP BENDS WITH GENERAL ANISOTROPIC MATERIAL BY USING ORTHOGONAL PROPAGATING WAVES. 8.4.1 Introduction. 8.4.2 Theory. 8.4.3 Main diagonal submatrices. 8.4.4 Off-diagonal submatrices - 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