Model Driven Architecture - Foundations and Applications: 4th European Conference, ECMDA-FA 2008, Berlin, Germany, June 9-13, 2008, Proceedings

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Ina Schieferdecker, Alan Hartman
Springer Science & Business Media, May 30, 2008 - Computers - 446 pages
The fourth edition of the European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture – Foundations and Applications (ECMDA-FA 2008) was dedicated to furthering the state of knowledge and fostering the industrialization of the model-driven architecture (MDA) methodology. MDA is an initiative proposed by the - ject Management Group (OMG) for platform-generic software development. It promotes the use of models in the speci?cation, design, analysis, synthesis, - ployment, and evolution of complex software systems. ECMDA-FA 2008 focused on engaging key European and international - searchers and practitioners in a dialogue which will result in a stronger, more e?cientindustry,producingmorereliablesoftwareonthebasisofstate-of-the-art research results. ECMDA-FA is a forum for exchanging information, discussing the latest results and arguing about future developments of MDA. It is a pleasure to be able to introduce the proceedings of ECMDA-FA 2008. ECMDA-FA addresses various MDA areas including model management, e- cutable models, concrete syntaxes, aspects and concerns, validation and te- ing, model-based systems engineering, model-driven development and servi- oriented architectures, and the application of model-driven development. Therearesomanypeople whodeservewarmthanksandgratitude.The fru- ful collaboration of the Organization, Steering and Program Committee m- bersandthevibrantcommunityledtoasuccessfulconference:ECMDA-FA2008 obtainedexcellentresultsintermsofsubmissions,programsize,andattendance. The Program Committee accepted, with the help of additional reviewers, research papers and industry papers for ECMDA-FA 2008: We received 87 s- missions. Of these, a total of 31 were accepted including 21 research papers and 10 industry papers. We thank them for the thorough and high-quality selection process.
 

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Contents

The Epsilon Generation Language
1
Constructing and Visualizing Transformation Chains
17
Towards Roundtrip Engineering A TemplateBased Reverse Engineering Approach
33
Annotation Framework Validation Using Domain Models
48
Prototyping Visual Interpreters and Debuggers for DomainSpecific Modelling Languages
63
Data Flow Analysis of UML Action Semantics for Executable Models
79
From UML Activities to TAAL Towards BehaviourPreserving Model Transformations
94
A Practical MDA Approach for Autonomic Profiling and Performance Assessment
110
A SemanticsBased Aspect Language for Interactions with the Arbitrary Events Symbol
262
ModelDriven PlatformSpecific Testing through Configurable Simulations
278
Testing Metamodels
294
A Metamodeling Approach for Reasoning about Requirements
310
An Industrial Experience
326
Supporting the UML State Machine Diagrams at Runtime
338
ModelBased Generation of Interlocking Controller Software from Control Tables
349
ModelDriven Simulation of a Maritime Surveillance System
361

Ladder Metamodeling and PLC Program Validation through Time Petri Nets
121
Array OL Descriptions of Repetitive Structures in VHDL
137
Textual Modelling Embedded into Graphical Modelling
153
Classification of Concrete Textual Syntax Mapping Approaches
169
An Approach for Defining Textual Concrete Syntaxes
185
Graphical Concrete Syntax Rendering with SVG
200
Semantics Preservation of Sequence Diagram Aspects
215
Generic Reusable Concern Compositions
231
Modeling Human Aspects of Business Processes A ViewBased ModelDriven Approach
246
Towards Utilizing ModelDriven Engineering of Composite Applications for Business Performance Analysis
369
From Business Architecture to SOA Realization Using MDD
381
Realizing an MDA and SOA Marriage for the Development of Mobile Services
393
A Survey about the Intent to Use Visual Defect Annotations for Software Models
406
An Analytical Survey
419
Where Is the Proof? A Review of Experiences from Applying MDE in Industry
432
Author Index
444
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