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Extension to UML-B Notation and Toolset

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The UML-B notation has been created as an attempt to combine the success and ease of use of UML, with the verification and rigorous development capabilities of formal methods. However, the notation currently only supports a basic diagram set. To address this we have, in this project, designed and implemented a set of extensions to the UML-B notation that provide a much fuller software engineering experience, critically making UML-B more appealing to industry partners. These extensions comprise five new diagram types, which are aimed at supplying a broader range of design capabilities, such as conceptual Use-Case design and future integration with the ProB animator tool.

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Lewy, Timothy, Lovell, Chris and Amor, James (2006) Extension to UML-B Notation and Toolset s.n.

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Published date: December 2006
Keywords: UML-B Extension UML Diagram Model Tool Eclipse
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 263830
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/263830
PURE UUID: d4c6600e-09c4-4676-b138-2adf3a99c6d6

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Date deposited: 02 Apr 2007
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:41

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Author: Timothy Lewy
Author: Chris Lovell
Author: James Amor

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