Teaching Consistency of UML Specifications


Sikkel, Klaas and Daneva, Maya (2010) Teaching Consistency of UML Specifications. In: 5th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Education and Training, REET, 28 September 2010, Sydney, Australia. (In Press)

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Abstract:Consider the situation that you have a data model, a functional model and a process model of a system, perhaps made by different analysts at different times. Are these models consistent with each other? A relevant question in practice – and therefore we think it should also be addressed in our courses. However, UML modelling textbooks don’t discuss it, so we developed our own teaching materials. In this position paper we explain why and how.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/REET.2010.5633113
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