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Experiences with the UML/OCL-Approach in Practice and Strategies to Overcome Deficiencies

By Thomas Baar


This paper is concerned with the practical usability of the Object Constraint Language (OCL). Pitfalls for untrained software developers are uncovered, and strategies for avoiding them are discussed. These strategies are not restricted to OCL-specific problems but give insights into how to handle formal specification, modeling, implementation, and verification issues within a single framework. The implementation of the identified strategies and their integration into a widely used commercial CASE tool is currently under way within the KeY project

Year: 2000
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