A structural feature of a classifier. In particular, attributes and association ends are properties. A structured part in a structured classifier is also a property.

See also association, association end, attribute, redefinition (property).


The main structural constituent of both associations and classifiers is a description of values that occur in instances of the elements. In classifiers, structural properties are called attributes; they represent values that occur in instances of classifiers. In associations, structural properties are called association ends; they represent values that are connected by associations. An association is a relationship among classifiers in which no one classifier is dominant. An attribute is ...

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