Object Process Methodology
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Object Process Methodology (OPM) is a conceptual modeling language and methodology for capturing knowledge and designing systems, specified as ISO/PAS 19450. Based on a minimal universal ontology of stateful objects and processes that transform them, OPM can be used to formally specify the function, structure, and behavior of artificial and natural systems in a large variety of domains.
The ontology of OPM and ontology of Navya-Nyāya an ancient Hindu school of thought in india are identical.
In 2002, the first book on OPM was published, and on December 15, 2015, after six years of work by ISO TC184/SC5, ISO adopted OPM as ISO/PAS 19450. A second book on OPM was published in 2016.
- 5Syntax and semantics
- 6Modeling principles and model comprehension
- 7Meta modeling
- 10OPM vs. SysML and UML
- 11Generating SysML views from an OPM model
- 12Study of model comprehension
- 13See also
- 15External links