Object/behavior diagrams

@article{Kappel1991ObjectbehaviorD,
  title={Object/behavior diagrams},
  author={Gerti Kappel and Michael Schrefl},
  journal={[1991] Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on Data Engineering},
  year={1991},
  pages={530-539}
}
A novel diagram technique is presented to depict the structure as well as the behavior of objects. One of its distinguishing characteristics is its strict adherence to the object-oriented paradigm. A first prototype of an editor for object/behavior diagrams has been developed and is running on SUN-workstations. To assist the user the editor provides hypertext style facilities for navigating through different diagrams. For example, by clicking on an activity in a life cycle diagram one moves to… CONTINUE READING

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