Object-Process Language: The Text
OPM is bimodal: it employs both the visual (graphical) modality—OPD, and the verbal (textual) modality—OPL. The textual OPL representation of the OPM model has both human-oriented and machine-oriented goals. This chapter is devoted to presenting OPL and discussing its merits.
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