Consistency Checking in Multiple UML State Diagrams Using Super State Analysis

Consistency Checking in Multiple UML State Diagrams Using Super State Analysis

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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) has been designed to be a full standard notation for Object-Oriented Modeling. UML 2.0 consists of thirteen types of diagrams: class, composite structure, component, deployment, object, package, activity, use case, state, sequence, communication, interaction overview, and timing. Each one is dedicated to a different design aspect. This variety of diagrams, which overlap with respect to the information depicted in each, can leave the overall system design specification in an inconsistent state.2 Figure 1.2 Example of State Diagram ........................................................................... ...... 5 Figure 1.3 ... 19 Figure 3.2 State Diagram for Class X ........................................ ....................................... 22 Figure ... 22 Figure 3.4 State Diagram for Customer .


Title:Consistency Checking in Multiple UML State Diagrams Using Super State Analysis
Author: Mohammad N. Alanazi
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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