Is MDA achievable without a proper definition of late-binding ?

  • Antoine Beugnard ENST-Bretagne
  • Published 2002
The Unified Modeling Language is an attempt to define a unified notation for Object-Oriented technology users. Since a notation without semantics is not precise enough, succeeding versions have improved the expressive power of UML. First, Object Constraint Language, permitting the description of invariants, pre and post conditions, was included in UML. More… CONTINUE READING