Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML
Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML
Full Overview of UML

Structural Modeling

Structural modeling captures the static features of a system. They consist of the following −
Classes diagrams
Objects diagrams
Deployment diagrams
Package diagrams
Composite structure diagram
Component diagram
Structural model represents the framework for the system and this framework is the place where all other components exist. Hence, the class diagram, component diagram and deployment diagrams are part of structural modeling. They all represent the elements and the mechanism to assemble them.
The structural model never describes the dynamic behavior of the system. Class diagram is the most widely used structural diagram.

Behavioral Modeling

Behavioral model describes the interaction in the system. It represents the interaction among the structural diagrams. Behavioral modeling shows the dynamic nature of the system. They consist of the following −
Activity diagrams
Interaction diagrams
Use case diagrams
All the above show the dynamic sequence of flow in a system.

Architectural Modeling

Architectural model represents the overall framework of the system. It contains both structural and behavioral elements of the system. Architectural model can be defined as the blueprint of the entire system. Package diagram comes under architectural modeling.
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