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{{definition|A profile in the Unified Modelling Language (UML) provides a generic extension mechanism for customizing UML models for particular domains and platforms. Profiles are defined using stereotypes, tag definitions, and constraints that are applied to specific model elements, such as Classes, Attributes, Operations and Activities. A Profile is a collection of such extensions that collectively customize UML for a particular domain or platform.
 
{{definition|A profile in the Unified Modelling Language (UML) provides a generic extension mechanism for customizing UML models for particular domains and platforms. Profiles are defined using stereotypes, tag definitions, and constraints that are applied to specific model elements, such as Classes, Attributes, Operations and Activities. A Profile is a collection of such extensions that collectively customize UML for a particular domain or platform.

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Abbreviation: UML Profile
Definition: A profile in the Unified Modelling Language (UML) provides a generic extension mechanism for customizing UML models for particular domains and platforms. Profiles are defined using stereotypes, tag definitions, and constraints that are applied to specific model elements, such as Classes, Attributes, Operations and Activities. A Profile is a collection of such extensions that collectively customize UML for a particular domain or platform.


Reference Definition: A profile in the Unified Modelling Language (UML) provides a generic extension mechanism for customizing UML models for particular domains and platforms. Profiles are defined using stereotypes, tag definitions, and constraints that are applied to specific model elements, such as Classes, Attributes, Operations and Activities. A Profile is a collection of such extensions that collectively customize UML for a particular domain or platform. (Wikipedia)
Instance of: Formal Language
Category: Standard or Specification

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