The TROLL Approach to Conceptual Modeling: Syntax, Semantics and Tools

@inproceedings{Grau1998TheTA,
  title={The TROLL Approach to Conceptual Modeling: Syntax, Semantics and Tools},
  author={Antonio Grau and Juliana K{\"u}ster Filipe Bowles and Mojgan Kowsari and Silke Eckstein and Ralf Pinger and Hans-Dieter Ehrich},
  booktitle={ER},
  year={1998}
}
In this paper, we present the use of Troll for the conceptual modelling of distributed information systems. Troll offers both textual and graphical notations. Troll has been used in practice to model an industrial information system. We use an extract of this case study to describe briefly the syntax and underlying semantics of the language. We also show a set of software tools that are being developed to support the modelling with Troll. These tools include editors, checkers as well as an… CONTINUE READING
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