A MOP based DSL for testing Java programs using OCL.

Clark, Tony (2009) A MOP based DSL for testing Java programs using OCL. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . ISSN 0302-9743


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OCL is used to specify systems by defining pre and postconditions for class operations. Typically, the conditions refer to properties and operations that are defined in a model. When the model is implemented, various implementation decisions are made regarding properties and operations that cause the OCL conditions to be inconsistent with the implementation. This paper shows how OCL conditions can be performed against a Java implementation of a model and how a meta-object protocol can be used to control the relationship between the original model and the implementation thereby retaining OCL consistency

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Ninth International Workshop on the Pragmatics of OCL and Other Textual Specification Languages held in Denver, Colorado on 4th-9th October 2009.

Item has also been published in E A S S T Electronic Communications, published by the European Association of Software Science and Technology (ISSN 1863-2122)Vol.24, 2009

Research Areas:School of Science and Technology > Science & Technology
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