Class Properties

Informative, active or transformative properties that apply to each instance or all instances of the semantic class

Introduction to the notion

The semantic class carries properties that are informative, active or cooperative (structural) in nature.

Informative properties
They are translated in UML in the form of an attribute, if necessary, derived (and so created by a software operation).

Active properties
They presuppose an action or a transformation of the object. They are written in UML, in the form of an operation. If the object is transformed by the action requested, the operation will be managed by a state machine.

Structural properties
They are the classification and association relations (including composition).


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