Object Decomposition

Object decomposition refers to the process of breaking down a complex object or system into smaller, more manageable components or sub-objects. Object decomposition is used to simplify the representation of complex systems by dividing them into smaller, more easily understood parts.

For example, a line might connect a process to a module to represent how the process is made up of smaller modules. Similarly, a line might connect a module to a function to represent how the module is made up of smaller functions.

The ObjectAggregation tab

Property  Metamodel name Description
Short Description ShortDescription Short verbal description of the object aggregation

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