Information Modeling with STEP and EXPRESS2 day class, contact STEP Tools for the current tuition cost
The EXPRESS information modeling language is widely used inside and outside
of STEP to describe object-oriented information models for Concurrent
Engineering, Mechanical and Electrical Products, Asset Management, Laboratory
Analysis, Geological Modeling and other applications. This course introduces
the student to information modeling, the EXPRESS language and its companion
EXPRESS-G. Demonstrations and class exercises are included in the course.
- Information Modeling
- EXPRESS and STEP
- EXPRESS Basics
- EXPRESS-G Basics
- STEP usage of EXPRESS
- Advanced Concepts & XML
- Software Tools
Who Should Attend
Information managers, software engineers and programming professionals who need to develop or interpret information models for object-oriented applications.
All classes are held at STEP Tools, Inc. in Troy, New York.
To register: please call (518) 687-2848 or Fax (518) 687-4420. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The same high-quality course is available on-site at your location. Email us for details!
- 9:00AM - 12:30PM
- Become familiar with the STEP Standard, basic EXPRESS language syntax and structure, as well as tools used in the hands on exercises.
- Architecture of the STEP Standard
- STEP Description Methods: EXPRESS, EXPRESS-G, and EXPRESS-X
- STEP Information Models: Integrated Resources and Application Protocols
- STEP Implementation Methods: Physical File Exchange, Standard Data Access Interface (SDAI); SDAI Language Bindings
- 12:30PM - 1:30PM Lunch
- 1:30PM - 5:00PM
- Using EXPRESS to Modeling Structured Information EXPRESS Structures
- 8:30AM - 12:00PM
- Apply EXPRESS to advanced structures and constraints; become familiar with the information modeling process, practice applying that process through hands-on exercises.
- Using EXPRESS To Model Advanced Structures
- Exercise Two - Model Design
- Creating Information Models
- 12:00PM - 1:00PM Lunch
- 1:00PM - 4:00PM
- Exercise Three - Inheritance
- Using EXPRESS to Model Constraints
- Exercise Four - Rules and Constraints
- Review of Information Modeling Principles
- Exercise Five - Advanced Model Design