The observable effects of an operation or event, including its results.
Behavioral diagrams depict the behavioral features of a system or business process. Behavioral diagrams include Activity diagrams, State Machine diagrams, Communication diagrams, Interaction Overview diagrams, Sequence diagrams, Timing diagrams and Use Case diagrams.
A dynamic feature of a model element, such as an operation or method.
behavioral model aspect
A model aspect that emphasizes the behavior of the instances in a system, including their methods, collaborations, and state histories.
An association between two classes. A special case of an n-ary association.
The creation of a model element from a template by supplying arguments for the parameters of the template.
A marker in a rich text document that enables you to link inner sections of a document into a master document (using Word insert file function).
An enumeration whose values are true and false.
An expression that evaluates to a boolean value.
|1.||A stereotyped class that models some system boundary ?typically a user interface screen. It is used in the conceptual phase to capture users interacting with the system at a screen level (or some other boundary interface type). It is often used in sequence and robustness (analysis) diagrams. It is the View in the Model-View-Controller pattern.|
|2.||A System Boundary element is used to delineate a particular part of the system.|