Object generalization in a business diagram refers to the process of creating a more general class or category of objects or components that share similar characteristics or behaviors. Object generalization is used to simplify the representation of complex systems by grouping similar objects or components together.
For example, a line might connect a specific product to a product category to represent how the product belongs to a more general category of products. Similarly, a line might connect a specific customer to a customer type to represent how the customer belongs to a more general category of customers.
The ObjectGeneralization tab
|Short Description||ShortDescription||Short verbal description of the generalization|