Synchronizing Executable UML



By Dean ~ December 25th, 2008. Filed under: Modeling.

I stumbled across this knol (knol: A unit of knowledge) while looking for information about executable models.  The author does a nice job of explaining techniques for representing time and synchronization in Executable UML.  Many of the points are particularly pertinent when considering multi-core systems.

The piece is interesting, informative and well written.  I especially appreciated Mr. Starr‘s use of clear and concise terminology.  His writing is a refreshing change of pace from some of the jargon and arcane verbiage that I encounter from many of our compatriots in the modeling and simulation world.  I was impressed enough with this article that I intend to get a copy of his book the next time that I order from Amazon.

 

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