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This is something I always have to try to keep in my mind, ever since BridgePoint added Components for system-level modeling capability.
These terms are going to be laid out as BridgePoint on the left and xtUML on the right.
* Project – N/A * Package – N/A * Component Package (Outer) – Domain * Nested Component – N/A (not allowed) * Component Package (Inner) – Subsystem * Port – N/A * Interface – N/A * Interface Signal – Bridge * Interface Operation – Bridge (Synchronous Service)
* External Entity – External Entity (with caveats)
This one deserves a little explanation. The pre-system modeling BridgePoint only modeled one domain, so EEs were used to represent all other domains. With system modeling, the EE only represents a domain not visible in the system.
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