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Title: Towards reasoning with UML diagrams based-on XML declarative description theory
Authors: Nantajeewarawat, Ekawit
Anutariya, Chutiporn
Keywords: Software engineering
Object-oriented methods
Issue Date: 2000
Type: Preprint
Series/Report no.: REP409 2000;c.1
REP409 2000;c.2
Abstract: A practical framework for representing knowledge and reasoning in the domain of UML is propoesd. In this framework, graphical diagrams in a UML model are encoded as XML/XMI elements, which are regarded as facts about a specific problem instance in a knowledge base, and the general knowledge on UML, such as inherent interrelationships among diagram components and implicit properties of diagrams, is representes as a set of XML definite clauses. Based on Akama's theory of declarative descriptions, the semantics of such a knowledge base can be precisely determined. Equivalent transformation is employed as a fundamental computation mechanism for reasoning with the UML diagrams representsd in the knowledge base.
Description: Proceeding International Conference Intelligent Technologies (InTech2000), Bangkok, Thailand (2000) : p.1-10.
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