Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems: 8th by Douglas C. Schmidt (auth.), Lionel Briand, Clay Williams

By Douglas C. Schmidt (auth.), Lionel Briand, Clay Williams (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the eighth foreign convention on version pushed Engineering Languages and platforms (formerly the UML sequence of conferences), versions 2005, held in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in October 2005.

The fifty two revised complete papers and a pair of keynote abstracts awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from an preliminary submission of 215 abstracts and 166 papers. The papers are prepared in topical sections on approach modelling, product households and reuse, state/behavioral modeling, facets, layout thoughts, version modifications, version refactoring, qc, MDA automation, UML 2.0, business adventure, crosscutting matters, modeling recommendations, in addition to a recapitulatory part on workshops, tutorials and panels.

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A ForkNode splits a flow into multiple concurrent flows while a JoinNode synchronizes them. 1 isSynchronous : Bool ean = true * +behavior Behavior 1 +operati on (from BasicBehaviors) Activity (from BasicBehaviors) {ordered, subsets input} 1 Operati on (from Kernel) +target {subsets i nput} +argument 1 * ValueSpecification (fromKernel) Figure 6. 0 Activity metamodel defines seven levels with increasing expressiveness: FundamentalActivities, BasicActivities, IntermediateActivities, CompleteActivities, StructuredActivities, CompleteStructured-Activities, and ExtraStructuredActivities.

Good. Possibility to manipulate process models and to analyze them thanks to MOF repositories. -Lack Multiple conceptual -Good. 1 is a UML profile. perspectives/views Table 2. 1 with respect to basic requirements of PMLs. 1 suffers from several lacks at different levels of PML requirements. Principal ones are: Formality, Expressiveness, Modularization, Executability and Reflection, whereas it has serious advantages in Understandability, Abstraction, Analyzability and Multiple conceptual perspectives/views.

Making this way, modelers don’t have to carry out the unification of PC1 outputs with PC2 inputs. In Java for instance, parameters of a method call can have another name in the operation signature. 0-Based Metamodel for Software Process Modelling 33 invoked thanks to the abstraction given by InputPins and OutputPins concepts. Shaded boxes of the figure represent the “class diagram realization” Activity. , a ClassDiagram) can be used as an input of CallBehaviorAction. The lighted boxes of the figure represent “ClassDiagram-ToRDBTransformation” Activity.

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