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Reconciliation of object interaction models

By George Spanoudakis and Hyoseob Kim


This paper presents Reconciliation+, a\ud tool-supported method which identifies overlaps\ud between models of different object interactions\ud expressed as UML sequence and/or collaboration\ud diagrams, checks whether the overlapping elements\ud of these models satisfy specific consistency rules,\ud and guides developers in handling these\ud inconsistencies. The method also keeps track of the\ud decisions made and the actions taken in the process\ud of managing inconsistencies

Topics: G600 Software Engineering
Year: 2001
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