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System modelling using Unified Modelling Language (UML) is the task that should be solved for software development. The more complex software becomes the higher requirements are stated to demonstrate the system to be developed, especially in its dynamic aspect, which in UML is offered by a sequence diagram. To solve this task, the main attention is devoted to the graphical presentation of the system, where diagram layout plays the central role in information perception. The UML sequence diagram due to its specific structure is selected for a deeper analysis on the elements’ layout. The authors research represents the abilities of modern UML modelling tools to offer automatic layout of the UML sequence diagram and analyse them according to criteria required for the diagram perception.

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Modeling of the object interaction is one of the core tasks during system analysis and design, because it gives developer an ability to define responsibilities of class objects and to sketch general architecture of software components. In this task an ability of automatic generation of the UML sequence diagram becomes one of the most important activities. The twohemisphere model contains enough information to define operations to perform by classes and therefore is investigated in this paper in the context of the UML sequence diagram generation.

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Models are widely used not only in computer science field, but also in other fields. They are an effective way to show relevant information in a convenient way. Model-driven software development uses models and transformations as first-class citizens. That makes software development phases more related to each other, those links later help to make changes or modify software product more freely. At the moment there are a lot of methods and techniques to create those models and transform them into each other. Since 2004, authors have been developing the so called 2HMD approach to bridge the gap between problem domain and software components by using models and model transformation. The goal of this research is to compare different methods positioned for performing the same tasks as the 2HMD approach and to understand the state of the art in the area of model-driven software development.

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It is a modern trend to develop a CASE tool for system modeling with an ability to transform models defined in different notations and also to generate a program code. Such a system modeling tool tries to bridge the gap between the system specification and the software components. A tool called BrainTool has been developed for generation of the UML diagrams from the initial presentation of problem domain by the two-hemisphere model. The paper presents the main components of BrainTool and compares it to other system modeling tools.