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13.3.17 IntervalConstraint




    Constraint (from Kernel ) on page 57


   An IntervalConstraint defines a Constraint that refers to an Interval.


   No additional attributes


   Issue 8304 -add ‘specification’ entry 9117 - duplicate

   • specification : Interval [1] An interval that determines if the constraint is satisfied. Redefines Constraint::specification.


   No additional constraints


   The semantics of an IntervalConstraint is inherited from Constraint. All traces where the constraints are violated are negative traces (i.e., if they occur in practice the system has failed).


   An IntervalConstraint is shown as a graphical association between an Interval and the constructs that this Interval constrains. The concrete form is given in its subclasses.

   Changes from previous UML

   This metaclass has been added.