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An unlimited natural is a primitive type representing unlimited natural values.
An instance of UnlimitedNatural is an element in the (infinite) set of naturals (0, 1, 2…). The value of infinity is shown
using an asterisk (‘*’).
No additional attributes
No additional associations
No additional constraints
UnlimitedNatural is an instance of PrimitiveType .
UnlimitedNatural will appear as the type of upper bounds of multiplicities in the metamodel. UnlimitedNatural instances will
be values associated to slots such as 1, 5, 398475, etc. The value infinity may be shown using an asterisk (‘*’).
Figure 17.15 - An example of an unlimited natural