Model Checking and Code Generation for UML State Machines and Collaborations

@inproceedings{Knapp2002ModelCA,
  title={Model Checking and Code Generation for UML State Machines and Collaborations},
  author={Alexander Knapp and Stephan Merz},
  year={2002}
}
The “Unified Modeling Language” (UML [1]) is generally accepted as the de facto standard notation for the analysis and design of object-oriented software systems. It provides diagrams for the description of static, dynamic, and architectural aspects of systems at different levels of detail. In particular, dynamic aspects of system behavior can be specified with the help of interaction (i.e., collaboration or sequence) diagrams that describe single system runs. A more operational view is… CONTINUE READING
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