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We define the dynamic semantics of UML State Machines which integrate statecharts with the UML object model. The use of ASMs allows us (a) to rigorously model the event driven run to completion scheme, including the sequential execution of entry/exit actions (along the structure of state nesting) and the concurrent execution of internal activities; (b) to(More)
We propose in this paper a de nition of the semantics of Java programs which can be used as a basis for the standardization of the language and of its implementation on the Java Virtual Machine. The de nition provides a machine and system independent view of the language as it is seen by the Java programmer. It takes care to directly re ect the description(More)
In this paper the abstract state machine (ASM) refinement method is presented. Its characteristics compared to other refinement approaches in the literature are explained. Some frequently occurring forms of ASM refinements are identified and illustrated by examples from the design and verification of architectures and protocols, from the semantics and the(More)
We provide a rigorous semantics for one of the central diagram types which are used in UML for the description of dynamical system behavior, namely activity diagrams. We resolve for these diagrams some of the ambiguities which arise from different interpretations of UML models. Since we phrase our definition in terms of Abstract State Machines, we define at(More)