JavaFrame : Framework for Java Enabled Modelling

@inproceedings{Haugen2000JavaFrameF,
  title={JavaFrame : Framework for Java Enabled Modelling},
  author={\Oystein Haugen and Birger M\oller-Pedersen},
  year={2000}
}
Support for the modelling of large, complex (and especially real-time) systems has recently attracted much attention. It is generally agreed that UML does not have adequate mechanisms. Projects using UML [7] therefore do not rely on UML for modelling the overall system structure. They use UML for object modelling (with classes and associations) and for use case/interaction modelling, while system structure is modelled by non-standard box and arrow diagrams. Some languages and tools have… CONTINUE READING