Thank you for the post, Anders. (01)
Given UMM's roots in UML, do you know if there is any (ongoing or
planned) effort to further the expressivity of the representation
of CC's and BIE's (or other standards UN/CEFACT is developing) by
employing UML2/OCL. (02)
Appreciate anyone else who has an idea (besides Anders) to help
share the info and their knowledge of such efforts and their status. (03)
Anders W. Tell wrote Wed, 02 Mar 2005 15:34:16 +0100:
> It may be if interest for to know that integration if various modeling
> styles are being implemented into UN/CEFACT Modeling Methodology (UMM).
> First out is Core Components style.
> Here is a UML based set of principles that can be used to store CC's
> and BIE's definitions:
> One of the advantages with UML storage of CC's and BIE's definition is
> the integration with modeling software tools. And many UML vendors has
> free versions of their tools. Another advantage is that one can use CC
> in creating one own documents or data messages using more UMM base
> derivation and semantical techniques.
> In this profile semantical techniques from OWL and UML are being
> in order to support modeling styles. There is also am increasing
> interest in translating UMM into another meta language than UML and a
> few efforts are underway.
> In one project a Protege model is already available.
> Best Regards
> /anders w. tell
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