The Single Model Principle

By: Richard F. Paige, Jonathan S. Ostroff


There are two approaches to using modeling languages such as UML. One approach is based on a single model with constructions of different views based on this model and with consistency checking (automatic or semi-automatic) among the views. The single-model approach is best at providing seamless and reversible engineering of reliable software.

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Richard F. Paige, Jonathan S. Ostroff, “The Single Model Principle”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 1, no. 5 (November 2002), pp. 63-81, doi:10.5381/jot.2002.1.5.c6.

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