Prosa UML Modeller

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Prosa UML Modeller assists software developers to design applications visually by using Unified Modeling Language. Unified Modeling Language - UML [1] [2] ,[3] is a standardized graphic notation developed to create visual models of object oriented software systems.

Prosa automates diagram creation and checking, and produces C++, C#, Java code headers and SQL DDL for implementation. Concurrent documentation ensures accurate documents which are consistent with the software design.

Prosa has integrations with programmer's workbenches, version control software, documentation tools and web pages.

Several designers can work concurrently in the same modeling project. The diagrams are locked so that only one designer is allowed to edit a diagram at a time. Standard security settings of the file system can be used to set designer specific read/write rights.

Prosa UML tool has achieved an established and notable position in analysis and design tool business. [4][5][6][7][8][9]

Prosa is available for Microsoft Windows.


  • Prosa UML Modeller V5.24 for Windows, October 2013

File Format[edit]

Prosa UML Modeller stores diagrams in ASCII text format.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ UML Unified Modeling Language Training Course, 53 pages, 2013
  2. ^ UML Unified Modeling Language Training Course Slides, 146 pages, 2013
  3. ^ UML UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE in business process modeling, 87 pages, 2013
  4. ^ Lehikoinen Hannu "Executable UML Specifications - Foundation for a Fast and Accurate Software Process" (2000) in: Component Computing 2000, Conference paper, 23 pages, 2000.
  5. ^ Lehikoinen Hannu. “UML Modeling and Simulation Raises Quality and Productivity” (2001) in: Proc. Component Computing ’99, Tieturi, Helsinki, 1999.
  6. ^ "Prosa 2004 UML Mobile Developer" (2006) in Embedded Star embedded systems news and information, July 2006.
  7. ^ Evgeni Dimitrov and Andreas Schmietendorf "UML-Based Performance Engineering Possibilities and Techniques" (2002) in: Software, IEEE Volume:19 , Issue: 1, 2002, pages 74-83.
  8. ^ Aarne Halme, Ilkka Leppänen, Jussi Suomela, Sami Ylönen and Ilkka Kettunen, (2003) "WorkPartner: Interactive Human-like Service Robot for Outdoor Applications" in: The International Journal of Robotics Research, Vol. 22, no. 7-8, pp. 627-640, 2003.
  9. ^ Lehikoinen Hannu. "Sulautetun järjestelmän visuaalinen kehitys UML:llä engl. Developing embedded systems visually with UML" (1999) in Systeemityö 2/1999 pages 18-20.

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