UML is widely used as an industry standard for modeling any system. In this paper will be dealing with simple UML diagrams and show that low it can be transformed into process algebra models specially designated to model urban traffic systems. The model capture functionality at the level of mesoscopic as well as microscopic level and it is merged with process algebra’s producer consumer theory. The model is also formalized using Process algebra equations. This paper focuses on complex situational activity diagrams enhancing the expressivity by refining at the abstraction levels. Performance requirement is annotated by the UML profile for schedulability performance and time.
Darbari, Manuj; Medhavi, Sanjay; and Srivastava, Abhay Kumar
"Application of UML for Modeling Urban Traffic System Using Producer Consumer Theory to Generate Process Algebra Model,"
Journal of International Technology and Information Management: Vol. 16:
4, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jitim/vol16/iss4/6
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