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=== Getting Started ===
  
 
A getting started tutorial and example models will be available in July 2016.
 
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* [[Media:Papyrus_for_Information_Modeling_2016-06-13_Papyrus_Information_Modeling_Demo.pdf|2016-06-13 - Slides of a demo of an early version of Papyrus for Information Modeling]]
  
 
== Getting involved ==
 
== Getting involved ==

Revision as of 09:33, 16 June 2016

Papyrus Information Modeling is a Papyrus-based modeling product that is customized and streamlined for users interested in modeling the static structure of information with UML class diagrams.

Features

  • Streamlined user interfaces for creating, viewing, and editing UML class diagrams
  • Optimized subset of UML including only those modeling concepts that are needed for information modeling
  • Customized team support for models based on EMF Compare and EGit

Downloads

As Papyrus Information Modeling is currently under development, we only provide a nightly build at this point.

Development build

Releases

A first release is planned for July 2016.

Documentation

Getting Started

A getting started tutorial and example models will be available in July 2016.

Presentations

Getting involved

Please refer to the README in the git repository.

Team

  • Martin Fleck (EclipseSource)
  • Philip Langer (EclipseSource)
  • Benoit Maggi (CEA)
  • Rémi Schneckenburger (CEA)

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