UNDER CONSTRUCTION !!! We use the following syntactic elements in our UML models.


  • class.jpg
  • Represents complex object types. In OO design parlance, such objects are identified with a separate identifier, in contrast to value types whichiare identified by their value. If the name is in italics it indicates the clas is abstract, i.e. no instances of this class can be made directly, only indirectly through concrete(=non-abstract) sub-classes.


  • symbol: datatype.jpg
  • Represents a value type. Examples are the primitive types such as integer, real, string, but also higher dimensional points, and certain structured value types.


  • enumeration.jpg


  • attribute.jpg


  • inheritance.jpg


  • collection.jpg


  • reference.jpg


  • subsets.jpg


TBD add image


TBD add image

Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
JPEGjpg attribute.jpg manage 9.5 K 2008-02-12 - 17:30 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg class.jpg manage 4.4 K 2008-02-12 - 17:30 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg collection.jpg manage 32.2 K 2008-02-12 - 17:30 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg datatype.jpg manage 13.0 K 2008-02-12 - 17:30 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg enumeration.jpg manage 16.0 K 2008-02-12 - 17:31 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg inheritance.jpg manage 17.0 K 2008-02-12 - 17:31 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg reference.jpg manage 18.8 K 2008-02-12 - 17:31 GerardLemson  
JPEGjpg subsets.jpg manage 37.7 K 2008-02-12 - 17:31 GerardLemson  
Topic revision: r3 - 2008-02-28 - GerardLemson
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platformCopyright © 2008-2022 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback