Using slicing techniques to support scalable rigorous analysis of class models
Slicing is a reduction technique that has been applied to class models to support model comprehension, analysis, and other modeling activities. In particular, slicing techniques can be used to produce class model fragments that include only those elements needed to analyze semantic properties of interest. However, many of the existing class model slicing techniques do not take constraints (invariants and operation contracts) expressed in auxiliary constraint languages into consideration when producing model slices. Their applicability is thus limited to situations in which the determination ...
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