Model Driven Architecture: Applying MDA to Enterprise Computing

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Wiley, Jan 17, 2003 - Business & Economics - 328 pages
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  • Model Driven Architecture (MDA) is a new methodologyf rom OMG that uses modeling languages like UML along with programming languages like Java to build software architectures
  • PriceWatersCoopers' prestigious Technology Center just predicted that MDA will be one of the most important methodologies in the next two years
  • Written by the lead architect of the specification who provides inside information on how MDA has worked in the real world
  • Describes MDA in detail and demonstrates how it can work with existing methodologies and technologies such as UML,MOF, CWM, and Web services

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DAVID S. FRANKEL is Chief Scientist for QuarterSoft, Inc., and previously held senior positions at IONA Tech-nologies and Genesis Development Corporation. He is a renowned expert in the architecture and development of complex, large-scale distributed computing systems. Frankel has served several terms on the OMG Architecture Board.

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