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In this paper, we give a survey of the most important ITU-T languages used in the system modeling and development process. We discuss the goals, the most important features, and the basic syntactic and semantic rules of the languages and notations. We compare the capabilities of the ITU-T languages and the OMG's Unified Modeling Language, considering the modeling and development aspects they support. At the end of the paper, we give an informative example to demonstrate the use of the languages during the different phases of the development process.


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Title Standardized languages for telecommunication systems
Authors Gusztáv Adamis, Róbert Horváth, Zoltán Pap, Katalin Tarnay
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title Computer Standards & Interfaces
Volume/Number 27 (3)
Month March
Year 2005
Pages 191-205
DOI 10.1016/j.csi.2004.09.005
Keywords ITU-T; OMG; Formal languages; System modeling and development
Topic revision: r2 - 06 Nov 2009 - 08:30:36 - Gunter Mussbacher
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