UML Representation: Model, stereotyped as <<implementation model>>.
The Implementation Model may have the following properties:
Introduction: A textual description that serves as a brief introduction to the model.
Implementation Subsystems: The subsystems in the model, representing a hierarchy.
Implementation Elements: The elements in the model, owned by the subsystems.
Relationships: The relationships in the model, owned by the Implementation
Diagrams: The diagrams in the model, owned by the Implementation Subsystems.
Implementation View: The implementation view of the model, which is an architectural view showing
the Implementation Subsystems and layers.
An Implementation Model is optional. If you choose to create an Implementation Model, the key tailoring decisions are
how to relate between the Implementation Model and Design Model, and which Implementation Elements are important enough
to model. Guidance on how to make these decisions is covered in Guideline: Implementation Model. Also see Concept: Mapping from Design to Code.