Empirical assessment of using stereotypes to improve comprehension of UML models: A set of experiments

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Stereotypes were introduced into the Unified Modeling Language to provide means of customizing this general purpose modeling language for its usage in specific application domains. The primary role of stereotypes is to brand an existing model element with specific semantics, but stereotypes can also be used to provide means of a secondary classification of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jss.2005.09.014

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@article{Staron2006EmpiricalAO, title={Empirical assessment of using stereotypes to improve comprehension of UML models: A set of experiments}, author={Miroslaw Staron and Ludwik Kuzniarz and Claes Wohlin}, journal={Journal of Systems and Software}, year={2006}, volume={79}, pages={727-742} }