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A classifier is a type and can own generalizations, thereby making it possible to define generalization relationships to other classifiers.
A classifier is a redefinable element, as it is possible to redefine nested classifiers.
All objects that can have instances are classifiers.
- A classifier defines a namespace.
- A classifier contains a set of features.
- A classifier is generalizable.
Types of UML Classifiers
Predefined UML classifiers
- "UML Classifier". Retrieved December 7, 2012.
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