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    A model-driven approach to automate the propagation of changes among Architecture Description Languages

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    As it is widely recognized, a universal notation accepted by any software architect cannot exist. This caused a proliferation of architecture description languages (ADLs) each focussing on a specific application domain, analysis type, or modelling environment, and with its own specific notations and tools. Therefore, the production of a software architecture description often requires the use of multiple ADLs, each satisfying some stakeholders concerns. When dealing with multiple notations, suitable techniques are required in order to keep models in a consistent state. Several solutions have been proposed so far but they lack in convergence and scalability. In this paper, we propose a convergent change propagation approach between multiple architectural languages. The approach is generic since it depends neither on the notations to synchronize nor on their corresponding models. It is implemented within the Eclipse modelling framework and we demonstrate its usability and scalability by experimenting it on well known architectural languages.

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    Title : A model-driven approach to automate the propagation of changes among Architecture Description Languages
    Author(s) : Romina Eramo, Ivano Malavolta, Henry Muccini, Patrizio Pelliccione, Alfonso Pierantonio
    Abstract : As it is widely recognized, a universal notation accepted by any software architect cannot exist. This caused a proliferation of architecture description languages (ADLs) each focussing on a specific application domain, analysis type, or modelling environment, and with its own specific notations and tools. Therefore, the production of a software architecture description often requires the use of multiple ADLs, each satisfying some stakeholders concerns. When dealing with multiple notations, suitable techniques are required in order to keep models in a consistent state. Several solutions have been proposed so far but they lack in convergence and scalability. In this paper, we propose a convergent change propagation approach between multiple architectural languages. The approach is generic since it depends neither on the notations to synchronize nor on their corresponding models. It is implemented within the Eclipse modelling framework and we demonstrate its usability and scalability by experimenting it on well known architectural languages.
    Keywords : architectural languages interoperability, automation, metamodelling, model synchronization, model transformation

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2010

    Affiliations University of L'Aquila
    Journal : Software & Systems Modeling
    Volume : 11
    Issue : 1
    Publisher : Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
    Pages : 29 - 53
    Url : http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10270-010-0170-z
    Doi : 10.1007/s10270-010-0170-z

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