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A Unified Superstructure for UML

By: Andy Evans, Paul Sammut, James S. Willans, Alan Moore, Girish Maskeri

Abstract

key aspect of successfully using UML is understanding the semantics of the notations. UML 2 will increase the already substantial collection of notations supported by UML 1.x. At the same time, this will augment the difficulty users experience in understanding semantics. In this paper we propose that while the diverse notations may render concepts differently, the concepts can often be considered semantically equivalent.

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Andy Evans, Paul Sammut, James S. Willans, Alan Moore, Girish Maskeri, “A Unified Superstructure for UML”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 4, no. 1 (January 2005), pp. 165-181, doi:10.5381/jot.2005.4.1.a6.

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