|Re: Reg Exp Layers by association to class (OCL) [message #1769960 is a reply to message #1769871]
||Mon, 07 August 2017 06:47
| André Spindler
Registered: August 2017
Allright, thank you. I can well follow your answers. Although what I am doing is also closely related to software development, I wasn't quite aware to be so totally in that world using UML. We are modeling something more "real", a facility structure. And we are, too, integrating different roles/views in that model. At this point all my classes have more or less direct associations in real live.|
An example: "A box is an asset. An example of a box is a cardbox. Boxes are also geometric objects, for example cuboids which would make them rectangles in the horizontal projection. Boxes are storaging devices. A storaging devices has an empty volume, ... . Boxes can be made out of... ."
So there are some main classes/interfaces representing different views and everythin that is an asset can also take a role in each of the other views. For the development of the model I would have found it convenient to use the layering functionality but it is also, of course, possible to make a single model for each view.
Thanks again for your support.
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