Rel Constraint

RelConstraint, short for Relationship Constraint, is a concept in Class Diagrams that represents constraints or conditions imposed on relationships between elements in the model. These constraints help to define rules or restrictions on how elements can be connected or associated with each other, ensuring the model adheres to the specific domain, context, or business rules.

In a Class Diagram, a RelConstraint can be associated with different types of relationships, such as associations, generalizations, or aggregations.

Example: In a Class Diagram for a university enrollment system, you might have two classes called “Student” and “Course” with an association between them representing the enrollment of a student in a course. You can define a RelConstraint on this association to express that a student can enroll in a maximum of six courses per semester. This constraint ensures that the enrollment process adheres to the university’s rules and policies.

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