- All Superinterfaces:
- Classifier, Element, ModelElement, MOFPackage, Namespace, javax.jmi.reflect.RefBaseObject, javax.jmi.reflect.RefFeatured, javax.jmi.reflect.RefObject
- public interface Subsystem
- extends MOFPackage, Classifier
A subsystem is a grouping of model elements that represents a behavioral
unit in a physical system. A subsystem offers interfaces and has operations.
the metamodel, Subsystem is a subclass of both Package and Classifier.
As such it may have a set of Features.
The purpose of the subsystem
construct is to provide a grouping mechanism for specifying a behavioral
unit of a physical system. Apart from defining a namespace for its contents,
a subsystem serves as a specification unit for the behavior of its contained
The contents of a subsystem is defined in the same
way as for a package, thus it
consists of owned elements and imported
elements, with unique names within the
|Methods inherited from interface javax.jmi.reflect.RefObject
refClass, refDelete, refImmediateComposite, refIsInstanceOf, refOutermostComposite
|Methods inherited from interface javax.jmi.reflect.RefFeatured
refGetValue, refGetValue, refInvokeOperation, refInvokeOperation, refSetValue, refSetValue
|Methods inherited from interface javax.jmi.reflect.RefBaseObject
equals, hashCode, refImmediatePackage, refMetaObject, refMofId, refOutermostPackage, refVerifyConstraints
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