Sample specifications in LePUS3 and Class-Z:

JDom

This page demonstrates how object-oriented design statements can be made in LePUS3 and/or Class-Z.

JDom (www.jdom.org/) offers simple and effective means for reading, writing and manipulating files in the eXtensible Markup Language—XML. Below we model two hierarchies in JDom's.

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The Parents and Contents hierarchies

 
The Parents and Contents hierarchies in JDom  (legend)

The Parents hierarchy

The Parents hierarchy in JDom
modelled using 0-dimensional constants  (legend)
The Parents hierarchy in JDom
modelled using a 1-dimensional hierarchy constant  (legend)

The Contents hierarchy

   
The Contents hierarchy in JDom
modelled using 0-dimensional constants  (legend)
The Contents hierarchy in JDom
modelled using a 1-dimensional hierarchy constant  (legend)

The Factories hierarchy

The Factories hierarchy in JDom
modelled using 1-dimensional superimposition terms (legend)
The Factories hierarchy in JDom
modelled using 2-dimensional superimposition terms (legend)