UML and Object Oriented Drama

By: Luca Vetti Tagliati, Carlo Caloro


Daily interdisciplinary tests and hybridisations occur among the different contemporary arts; theatre meets new technologies more and more frequently and it turns out to be a fascinating and complex meeting. As a consequence, the problem of identifying new tools that the dramatist and/or director can use to analyze a text arises. Among these tools, it is important to select which is to be used in order to facilitate the sharing of the project among the different participants (director, dramatist, actors, etc.). The discipline of computer science can provide us with a valid solution to this problem, where comparable problems are, typically, solved by means of UML.

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Luca Vetti Tagliati, Carlo Caloro, “UML and Object Oriented Drama”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 7, no. 1 (January 2008), pp. 85-101, doi:10.5381/jot.2008.7.1.a2.

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