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Finite State History Modeling and Its Precise UML-Based Semantics

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This paper discusses the notion of a state history diagram. The concept is directly motivated by a new analysis technique, form-oriented analysis, which is tailored to an important class of interactive systems including web applications. A combined UML metamodeling and framework approach is used to give precise semantics to state history diagrams and the artifacts of form-oriented analysis.

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  • State Machine
  • Class Diagram
  • Operational Semantic
  • State History
  • State Transition Diagram

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Draheim, D., Weber, G., Lutteroth, C. (2006). Finite State History Modeling and Its Precise UML-Based Semantics. In: , et al. Advances in Conceptual Modeling - Theory and Practice. ER 2006. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4231. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/11908883_7

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