Quality Improvement of Conceptual UML and OCL Schemata through Model Validation and Verification

@inproceedings{Gogolla2017QualityIO,
  title={Quality Improvement of Conceptual UML and OCL Schemata through Model Validation and Verification},
  author={Martin Gogolla and Khanh-Hoang Doan},
  booktitle={Conceptual Modeling Perspectives},
  year={2017}
}
Model validation and verification tools should provide good support for generating test cases. We here sketch essential use cases for model validation and verification that help developers to find deficiencies in models on the basis of generated test cases and thus improve model quality. Along with such use cases, we demonstrate how to realize them in the UML and OCL tool USE. We apply the tool for a small case study showing the development of a relational database schema on the basis of a… 

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