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Is UML2Tools right for me? [message #611644] Fri, 14 December 2007 18:05
Henrik  önsson is currently offline Henrik önsson
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Hi,

I'm new to the UML2/UML2Tools projects and I would like to know if I can
use UML2 for my new project.

We have a DSL in my company for specifying the logic in our embedded
system. The DSL consists of:
* Constants
* Object types
* Each object type can consist of private and public variables
* Each variable consist of equations (the actual logic)

This fits quite nice into UML of course. Object types maps to classes, and
for equations I would like to use state machines. My reason for using UML2
is to reuse the existing class and state machine editors in UML2Tools.
However, I'm concerned that the class and state machine editors are too
complex for my users. The users are electrical engineers, not software
engineers.

So my questions are:
Is UML2Tools right for my requirements?
Is it possible to "hide" the more complex features of the class and state
machine editors?

Regards

Henrik
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