We propose a new approach to check whether a given UML class diagram with its OCL integrity constraints satisfies a set of desirable properties such as schema satisfiability, class liveliness, redundancy of integrity constraints or reachability of partially specified states. Our approach is based on translating both the class diagram and the OCL constraints into a logic representation. Then, we use the CQC Method to verify whether these properties hold for the given diagram and constraints.
CitationQueralt, A., Teniente, E. "Reasoning on UML class diagrams with OCL constraints". 2006.
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