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A method for designing and implementing reactive object-oriented programs with explicit emphasis of states is suggested. The method relies on the automata-based programming (SWITCH-technology) and the UML notation. The UniMod tool based on this method, which is a plug-in module for the Eclipse platform, is described.
Modern software development processes usually outline phases of requirements gathering, design, coding and testing. Design phase outgoing artefact is system model, described with a help of diagrams and text. On coding phase, developers, using system model, implement system for target platform. There is a semantic gap between design and coding phases,… (More)
This paper describes methodology and tool for developing object-oriented applications using Eclipse platform, UML and finite state machine paradigm. Described methodology is based on [1, 2] and suggests to model finite state machines using Class and Statechart UML diagrams, then to convert diagrams content into XML state machine description and finally to… (More)