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The Unified Modeling Language. >'98: Beyond the Notation : First International Workshop, Mulhouse, France, June 3-4, 1998, Selected Papers - Jean Bezivin

The Unified Modeling Language. >'98: Beyond the Notation

First International Workshop, Mulhouse, France, June 3-4, 1998, Selected Papers

By: Jean Bezivin (Editor), Pierre-Alain Muller (Editor)

Paperback Published: 29th June 1999
ISBN: 9783540662525
Number Of Pages: 450

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This volume contains mainly the revised versions of papers presented at the wo- shop '98, "Beyond the Notation", that took place in Mulhouse, France on June 3-4, 1998. We thank all those that have made this possible, and particularly all the people in Mulhouse that worked hard to make this meeting a success, with such a short delay between the announcement and the realization. We are specially grateful to Nathalie Gaertner, who put in a tremendous amount of effort in the initial preparation of the workshop. We were pleasantly surprised of the quality of the submitted material and of the level of the technical exchanges at the Mulhouse meeting. More than one hundred attendees, from about twenty different countries, representing the main actors in the UML research and development scene, gathered in Mulhouse for two full study days. We would like to express our deepest appreciation to the authors of submitted - pers, the editorial committee for this volume, the program committee for the initial workshop, the external referees, and many others who contributed towards the final contents of this volume. April 1999 Jean Bezivin Pierre-Alain Muller

UML: The Birth and Rise of a Standard Modeling Notationp. 1
Developing with UML - Some Pitfalls and Workaroundsp. 9
Supporting and Applying the UML Conceptual Frameworkp. 21
Modeling: Is it Turning Informal into Formal?p. 37
Best of Both Worlds - A Mapping from EXPRESS-G to UMLp. 49
Porting ROSES to UML - An Experience Reportp. 64
Making UML Models Interoperable with UXFp. 78
Transformation Rules for UML Class Diagramsp. 92
Semantics and Transformations for UML Modelsp. 107
Automation of Design Pattern: Concepts, Tools and Practicesp. 120
Automating the Synthesis of UML StateChart Diagrams from Multiple Collaboration Diagramsp. 132
Informal Formality? The Object Constraint Language and Its Application in the UML Metamodelp. 148
Reflections on the Object Constraint Languagep. 162
On Using UML Class Diagrams for Object-Oriented Database Design Specification of Integrity Constraintsp. 173
Literate Modelling - Capturing Business Knowledge with the UMLp. 189
Applying UML to Design an Inter-domain Service Management Applicationp. 200
BOOSTER Process: A Software Development Process Model Integrating Business Object Technology and UMLp. 215
Hierarchical Context Diagram with UML: An Experience Report on Satellite Ground System Analysisp. 227
Extension of UML Sequence Diagrams for Real-Time Systemsp. 240
UML and User Interface Modelingp. 253
On the Role of Activity Diagrams in UML - A User Task Centered Development Process for UMLp. 267
Structuring UML Design Deliverablesp. 278
Considerations of and Suggestions for a UML-Specific Process Modelp. 294
An Action Language for UML: Proposal for a Precise Execution Semanticsp. 307
Real-Time Modeling with UML: The ACCORD Approachp. 319
The UML as a Formal Modeling Notationp. 336
OML: Proposals to Enhance UMLp. 349
Validating Distributed Software Modeled with the Unified Modeling Languagep. 365
Supporting Disciplined Reuse and Evolution of UML Modelsp. 378
Applying UML Extensions to Facilitate Software Reusep. 393
A Formal Approach to Use Cases and Their Relationshipsp. 406
A Practical Framework for Applying UMLp. 419
Extending Aggregation Constructs in UMLp. 434
Author Indexp. 443
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ISBN: 9783540662525
ISBN-10: 3540662529
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 450
Published: 29th June 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.36
Weight (kg): 0.64

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