Two-Hemisphere Model Based Approach to Modelling of Object Interaction

Oksana Nikiforova, Ludmila Kozacenko, Dace Ahilcenoka
unpublished
It is a modern trend to use automatic transformations of different type of models to develop a software system. Software engineers have quite enough notations to present models at different levels of abstraction and at different stages of software development project. UML is an industrial standard for system modeling and specification and offers notational conventions for presentation of both aspects of the system-dynamic as well as static one. Currently, the research focuses in the area of
more » ... in the area of software system modeling and model transformation is turned exactly to the dynamic aspect of the system. We propose to use the so called two-hemisphere model for receiving a set of elements, which are used for modeling an object interaction as a central part of the system dynamic presentation. The paper describes the main principles of the two-hemisphere model transformation into the UML sequence diagrams, as well as compares it to other transformation approaches.
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