Software tool that generates hierarchical predicate transition nets (HPRTNETS) notation from a unified modeling language (UML) class diagram notation
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The purpose of this thesis was to design and implement a software engineering tool that supports the editing of Hierarchical Predicate Transition Nets (HPrTNets) in a graphical environment. This tool allowed the user to create a new HPrTNets structure or to load the data associated to a class diagram stored in Rational Rose files converting it to the HPrTNets notation.
This software engineering tool allowed the graphical representation of the static aspect of a system as defined by Unified Modeling Language (UML) class diagrams. The HPrTNets structure consisted of formalizing syntactic structures of UML class diagrams. This tool served as a benchmark in order to lead to a better understanding of UML, reveal potential problems in the current definition of UML, and formally analyze UML specifications and designs. The tool was implemented in Microsoft Visual J++ communicating with Rational Rose via a Component Object Model (COM). The userfriendly graphical interface was created in JBuilder.
Fernandez, Rigoberto, "Software tool that generates hierarchical predicate transition nets (HPRTNETS) notation from a unified modeling language (UML) class diagram notation" (2001). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3306.
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