• Celebrado en Salon de grados A, el 15/11/2018, 12:45

  • The Object Constraint Language (OCL) started as a complement of the UML notation with the goal to overcome the limitations of UML (and in general, any graphical notation) in terms of precisely specifying detailed aspects of a system design. Since then, OCL has become a key component of any model-driven engineering (MDE) technique as the
    default language for expressing all kinds of (meta)model query, manipulation and specification requirements. This talk provides a view of this language, its many applications, and the available tool support that the UML-based Specification Environment (USE) provides for writing and simulating UML and OCL models