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Lemma 2. Composition of hierarchical graph morphisms is associative. Proof. Composition of hierarchical graph morphisms is done componentwise, and each of the components are functions. Since composition of partial functions and the transitivity of binary relations are associative, so is the composition of hierarchical graph morphisms. Proposition 1 (Category GraphP(HM )). There is a category GraphP (HM ) which has hierarchical graphs over a type hierarchy HM as objects and hierarchical graph morphisms as arrows.
It can be shown that the an object-oriented derivation is a pushout structure in the category OOGraphP(HM ). Given the graph structures presented earlier and the rules to be applied to them, some interesting properties can be demonstrated. Closure properties are especially interesting, such as the ones expressed by the theorems below. Theorem 1. The class of complete object-oriented graphs is closed under objectoriented derivation using strict object-oriented rules. Proof. (sketch) Let GH be a complete object-oriented graph, LH , r, RH be a strict object-oriented rule and LH , m, GH be an object-oriented match, and Towards Object-Oriented Graphs and Grammars 29 LH , r , m the resulting derivation of rule r at match m.
9. Michael L¨ owe. Extended Algebraic Graph Transformation. PhD thesis, Technischen Universit¨ at Berlin, Berlin, Feb 1991. 10. Ugo Montanari, Marco Pistore, and Francesca Rossi. Modeling concurrent, mobile and coordinated systems via graph transformations. In H. Ehrig, H-J. Kreowski, U. Montanari, and G. Rozemberg, editors, Handbook of Graph Grammars and Computing by Graph Transformation, volume 3 – Concurrency, Parallelism and Distribution, chapter 4. World Scientiﬁc, 2000. 11. George A. Papadopoulos.