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Subject: RE: [legalxml-intj-exmndr] Recap of issue on domain modeling

My minor suggested tweaks are included below in bold.

--- Ellen

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From: Scott Came [mailto:scott@justiceintegration.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 11:13 AM
To: legalxml-intj-exmndr@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [legalxml-intj-exmndr] Recap of issue on domain modeling

Here is what I took as consensus from our discussion this morning.  I agree with this; Tom, since you were the other active participant in the discussion, could you please post back with your agreement as well, or suggested modifications.  Others feel free to chime in as well.  I will then make sure this gets into the Domain Modeling section in the MNDR.

(Again, keep in mind, we're saying what's necessary for compliance with the MNDR, not that the whole world should do what we say.)

1.  A domain model must be created.

2.  The domain model must be  at least  one of:  a spreadsheet, a concept map, or a UML class diagram.  (What these things are, in detail, will be described in the document.)

3.  The domain model should be a UML class diagram.

4.  If the domain model is a UML class diagram, then the diagram must be supplied in XMI and image (JPG or PNG) format.  The image format must not contain symbols or notation that are not part of standard UML class diagrams.

5.  Nothing in this specification precludes a domain model from being documented, published, or displayed using diagramming notation other than standard UML, provided that the domain model also be supplied according to the provisions of rule #4.

6.  The domain-GJXDM mapping artifact must not  rely on (replaces "reference ")  any domain model concept or element that is not represented in standard UML notation.   Proprietary concepts may be included in the mapping artifact as long as they do not determine the mapping results. 

Thanks, everyone.

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