A Classification of Stereotypes for Object-Oriented Modeling Languages

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The Unified Modeling Language UML and the Open Modeling Language both have introduced stereotypes as a new means for user-defined extensions of a given base language. Stereotypes are a very powerful feature. They allow modifications ranging from slight notational changes up to the redefinition of the base language. However, the power of stereotypes entails… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/3-540-46852-8_18

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