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In UML, what is four elements that are used to model real time, distribute systems ?

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In UML, what is four elements that are used to model real time, distribute systems ?

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Hmm, maybe http://www.embedded.com/98/9803fe2.htm ("Designing Real-Time Systems With UML-Part I") or http://www.objectime.com/products/whitepapers/100463.jsp ("UML for Real-Time Overview") can shed some light...
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Real time systems have time complexity more than any system.

u can see rational real time suite. u will understand it better.

download evaluation copy of rational realtime from www.rational.com 

i have not worked on modelling using rational rose for real time.


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Thank for helping, but no expert gives me the correct answer. Finally, I find out that four elements that are used to model real time are timing mark, time expression, timing constrain and location .

By the way, thanks gain.

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