Links or fonts are colored in different ways depending on the information you can get
by following or reading them:
- The blue colour is used to express a link which helps you to follow the methodology,
- Light purple is used to express a link towards a word of the glossary,
- Green expresses a link towards a definition for a stereotype used in the methodology,
- The orange-red colour is used to highlight names of artefacts that you have to produce during the different activities of ADELFE.
Some images show you that you can use some additional tools to apply the
ADELFE methodology in order to design the system you want to build:
- shows you that you need to use the OpenTool (c) software (from TNI-Valiosys) to create or modify UML diagrams, to simulate the behaviour of agents, etc.
- indicates you that you have to use the adequacy graphical tool that will enable you to decide if the AMAS technology is needed to design your system,
- means that you have to use a text editor,
- indicates you that you have to use a drawing tool,
- And finally, indicates you that you must use another tool (such as the library of components of ADELFE, e.g.).
Three arrows are also used to navigate from page to page:
- enables you to access the next activity/step of the methodology,
- enables you to access the previous activity/step of the methodology,
- enables you to go to the top of a page.