2002
DOI: 10.1145/568760.568799
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Abstract: Modeling aims to represent a system in a given formalism. As representations based on high level modeling languages can be interpreted in many ways, constraints are introduced to restrict the field of the possible. On the other hand, language semantics is defined using constraints as well. Within the context of the UML, a classification is proposed to clarify the nature of the constraints that must be fulfilled to ensure model correctness. Constraint violations are only warnings while others are serious. Depe…

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