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ISO 24156-1

Graphic notations for concept modelling in terminology work and its relationship with UML - Part 1: Guidelines for using UML notation in terminology work

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 October 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 32
ICS Code (Terminology (principles and coordination)): 01.020
scope:

This part of ISO 24156 gives guidelines for using a subset of UML symbols independent of their normal UML meaning, to represent concepts in concept models that result from concept analysis. It describes how UML symbols can be used for that. A UML profile designed for this purpose is used to represent concepts and concept relations in terminology work.

This part of ISO 24156 does not describe UML and its general use in depth. These matters are covered in ISO/IEC 19505-1 and ISO/IEC 19505-2.

This part of ISO 24156 does not describe the principles and methods of terminology work. This is covered in ISO 704.

This part of ISO 24156 does not define the fundamental concepts of terminology work. This is covered in ISO 1087-1.

Document History

ISO 24156-1
October 1, 2014
Graphic notations for concept modelling in terminology work and its relationship with UML - Part 1: Guidelines for using UML notation in terminology work
This part of ISO 24156 gives guidelines for using a subset of UML symbols independent of their normal UML meaning, to represent concepts in concept models that result from concept analysis. It...

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