ArchiTRIO: A UML-Compatible Language for Architectural Description and Its Formal Semantics

@inproceedings{Pradella2005ArchiTRIOAU,
  title={ArchiTRIO: A UML-Compatible Language for Architectural Description and Its Formal Semantics},
  author={Matteo Pradella and Matteo Rossi and Dino Mandrioli},
  booktitle={FORTE},
  year={2005}
}
ArchiTRIO [14] is a formal language, which complements UML 2.0 concepts with a formal, logic-based notation that allows users to state system-wide properties, both static and dynamic, including realtime constraints. In this paper we present the semantics of the core concepts of the ArchiTRIO language. As the core elements of ArchiTRIO coincide with those of UML 2.0 (operation, interface, port, class), the semantics of ArchiTRIO provides also a formal definition for the basic concepts on which… CONTINUE READING

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