The Object Centered Language Manual
OCLh - Version1.2

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Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Domain Model Components
    2.1. A brief Description of the Components of OCLh
    2.2. Some Key Concepts
  3. Guidelines for Writing OCLh
    3.1. Natural Language Description
    3.2. Identifying Sorts and Objects
    3.3. Relationships and Properties
    3.4. Object Class Definitions
    3.5. State Invariants
    3.6. Operator Specification
  4. Task Specification
  5. Development of an Hierarchical Domain Model
    5.1. Sort Hierarchy
    5.2. Special Rules Relating to Hierarchical Transitions
    5.3. Compound and Method Operators
    5.3. The Transparency Property
    5.3. Task Specification

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