Attacks on Digital Watermarks Classification, by Voloshynovskiy, Pereira, Pun, Eggers, Su

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Like object persistence, notification is an important feature of an EMF object. 1. Let's move on to the generated methods. The exact pattern that is used for any given feature (that is, attribute or reference) implementation depends on the type and other user-settable properties. In general, the features are implemented as you'd expect. PURCHASE_ORDER__SHIP_TO, oldShipTo, shipTo)); } Notice that to make this method more efficient when the object has no observers, the relatively expensive call to eNotify() is avoided by the eNotificationRequired() guard.

3. 3 XMI Serialization By now you might be wondering what is the serialized form of a core model? Previously, we've observed that the "conceptual" model is represented in at least three physical places: Java code, XML Schema, or a UML diagram. Should there be just one form that we use as the primary, or standard, representation? If so, which one should it be? Believe it or not, we actually have yet another (that is, a fourth) persistent form that we use as the canonical representation: XMI (XML Metadata Interchange).

The exact pattern that is used for any given feature (that is, attribute or reference) implementation depends on the type and other user-settable properties. In general, the features are implemented as you'd expect. PURCHASE_ORDER__SHIP_TO, oldShipTo, shipTo)); } Notice that to make this method more efficient when the object has no observers, the relatively expensive call to eNotify() is avoided by the eNotificationRequired() guard. Part 1: EMF Overview 35 36 Part 1: EMF Overview More complicated patterns are generated for other types of features, especially bidirectional references where referential integrity is maintained.

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