su4sml - an SML repository for managing (Secure)UML/OCL models
Você não pode selecionar mais de 25 tópicos Os tópicos devem começar com uma letra ou um número, podem incluir traços ('-') e podem ter até 35 caracteres.
Achim D. Brucker da673e6f32 Improved Markdown. 1 ano atrás
add-ons Fixed typo. 3 anos atrás
doc Fixed typo. 3 anos atrás
lib/fxp Removed superfluous directory level. 3 anos atrás
share Fixed typo. 3 anos atrás
src Fixed typo. 3 anos atrás
.gitignore Removed superfluous directory level. 3 anos atrás
CITATION Added citation information. 3 anos atrás
CodingStyle.md Improved Markdown. 1 ano atrás
LICENSE Updated license to clearly match BSD-3-Clause (SPDIX). 2 anos atrás
Makefile Fixed typo. 3 anos atrás
README.md Added master repository URL. 2 anos atrás
STATUS Removed superfluous directory level. 3 anos atrás

README.md

su4sml: An SML repository for managing SecureUML/OCL and UML/OCL models

The model repository su4sml is an SML component that stores UML models. It follows the UML/OCL metamodel in representing the model information as closely as this is sensible in a functional programming language. However, some simplifications where made deliberately. For example, we eliminated many indirections that are inherent in the UML metamodel. We also decided to ignore associations between classifiers as such. We only represent their association ends, as part of the participating classifiers

Supported SML systems

  • mlton
  • poly/ML 5.x or later
  • sml/NJ

Developers

Contributors

  • Rolf Adelsberger
  • Martin Bill
  • Raphael Eidenbenz
  • Manuel Krucker
  • Raphael Schmid
  • Manfred Stock

License

This project is licensed under a 3-clause BSD license.

SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause

Master Repository

The master git repository for this project is hosted by the Software Assurance & Security Research Team at https://git.logicalhacking.com/HOL-OCL/su4sml.

Publications

  • Achim D. Brucker, Jürgen Doser, and Burkhart Wolff. An MDA Framework Supporting OCL. In Electronic Communications of the EASST, 5, 2006. doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.5.45