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Class
Summary
Representation of a physical piece of information that is used or produced by a software development process, and that can be deployed to Nodes. Examples of Artifacts include model files, source files, scripts and binary executable files.
Definition of links that may exist between objects.
Connection of an Association to one of its related Classes.
Property of a Class.
Named slot in an instance, which holds the value of an Attribute.
A UML 2.0 Part.
Mapping between the Features of the Collaboration type and the Features of the Classifier or Operation.
Description of a set of objects that share the same Attributes, Operations, methods, relationships and semantics.
Class relating other Classes. A ClassAssociation is both a Class and an Association.
A classification of instances. A Classifier describes a set of instances that have something in common. A Classifier can have Features that characterize those instances.
Description of how a Classifier or Operation is realized by a set of Classifiers used and related in a specific way.
Representation of a particular use of a Collaboration.
A modular part of a system that encapsulates its contents and whose manifestation is replaceable within its environment.
Defines the Classifiers that realize the contract offered by a Component in terms of its provided and required Interfaces. The Component forms an abstraction from these various Classifiers.
Link between Parts.
Endpoint of a Connector.
A type whose values have no identity (that is, they are pure values). DataTypes include primitive built-in types (such as integer and string) as well as enumeration types.
Identification of an element in another Package, allowing the element to be referenced using its name without a qualifier.
Specialized Abstraction relationship between two sets of ModelElements.
Special kind of DataType whose range is a list of predefined values, called EnumerationLiterals.
Definition of an atom (that is, with no relevant substructure) that represents one in a list of values that an enumeration may have.
Property, like Operation or Attribute, which is encapsulated within another entity, such as an Interface, a Class or a DataType.
General definition of a Class.
Taxonomic relationship between a more general Classifier and a more specific Classifier.
Representation of an Instance in a modeled system, or role played by Instances in a certain context.
A kind of Classifier that represents a declaration of a set of coherent public Features and obligations.
Implementation link between a Class and its Interface, or between a Component and its Interface.
Connection between Instances.
End point of a Link.
The concrete physical rendering of one or more ModelElements by an Artifact.
Element in a model that contains a set of named elements that can be identified by name.
Computational resource on which Artifacts may be deployed for execution. Nodes can be interconnected through communication paths to define network structures.
Individual pieces of invocable behavior.
Decomposition unit of a model.
Relationship that allows the use of unqualified names to refer to Package members from other NameSpaces.
Definition of how one Package extends another Package by merging their contents.
Specification of an argument used to pass information into or out of an invocation of a behavioral Feature.
Specification of an interaction point of the Classifier.
Port provided Interface link.
Exception raised by an Operation link.
Port required Interface link.
Representation of a relationship between a templateable element and a template.
Parameter for templated elements.
Relation of the actual parameter(s) to a formal template parameter as part of a TemplateBinding.
Enumeration
Values
Description
AggregationKind
KindIsAssociation
KindIsAggregation
KindIsComposition
KindOfAccess
Read
Write
ReadWrite
AccesNone
MethodPassingMode
MethodIn
MethodOut
PassingMode
In
Out
Inout
VisibilityMode
Public
Protected
Private
VisibilityUndefined
PackageVisibility
PortOrientation
None
In
Out
Inout
Navigability
None
ThisSide
OtherSide
BothSides