In: Serge Demeyer and Jan Bosch (Eds.): Object Oriented Technology, ECOOP'98 Workshop Reader, pages 1-511pp. Springer Verlag, LNCS 1543, 1998.
Abstract: Since the Object Oriented paradigm is attractive for the development of traditional systems (i.e. transformational or reactive), it may give interesting solutions for Real-Time Systems (RTS). We developed our own methodology HOOD/PNO for RTS. The main features of HOOD/PNO are the use of Petri Nets combined with HOOD approach. Since the Unified Modelling Language (UML) came out, and became a "de facto" standard, we have worked to adapt our HOOD/PNO methodology to the UML notation. The aim of this paper is to describe how to adapt and use this notation for RTS.
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