Booch Diagrams consist of many different types of diagrams including Object, Process,
State, Interaction, and module diagrams. They focus on the logical, physical, static,
and dynamic aspects of a system.
Booch Diagrams can be useful when documenting any type of process or system. They allow
for a simplistic, easy to understand diagram of any complex system.
- Determine the purpose. Decide why the diagram is being made and for which process or system it is being created.
- Choose a specific diagram. There are many different kinds of Booch Diagrams. Choose the one that best suits the purpose at hand.
- Create the diagram. There are many different ways to create a Booch diagram. Depending on the type chosen it must either be built with a template or else it must begin with a starting symbol.
- Add to your diagram. If the diagram resembles a flow chart, nodes and lines with arrows should be added. If it is not a flow chart, detail or labels may need to be added to the diagram.
- Fill in the diagram. Insert the necessary information.
- Verify accuracy. Consult with team members or coworkers to ensure that the diagram is accurate.