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Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems : 14th International Conference, MODELS 2011, Wellington, New Zealand, October 16-21, 2011. Proceedings

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Value in Muddling Around Modelling
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    Chapter 2 Towards Quality Driven Exploration of Model Transformation Spaces
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    Chapter 3 Automated Model-to-Metamodel Transformations Based on the Concepts of Deep Instantiation
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    Chapter 4 Lazy Execution of Model-to-Model Transformations
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    Chapter 5 Measuring UML Models Using Metrics Defined in OCL within the SQUAM Framework
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    Chapter 6 Modeling Model Slicers
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    Chapter 7 Morsa: A Scalable Approach for Persisting and Accessing Large Models
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    Chapter 8 Expressing Aspectual Interactions in Design: Experiences in the Slot Machine Domain
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    Chapter 9 An Industrial Application of Robustness Testing Using Aspect-Oriented Modeling, UML/MARTE, and Search Algorithms
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    Chapter 10 Aspect-Oriented Modelling for Distributed Systems
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    Chapter 11 A Precise Style for Business Process Modelling: Results from Two Controlled Experiments
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    Chapter 12 Semantically Configurable Consistency Analysis for Class and Object Diagrams
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    Chapter 13 Identifying the Weaknesses of UML Class Diagrams during Data Model Comprehension
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    Chapter 14 Engineering Android Applications Based on UML Activities
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    Chapter 15 Domain-Specific Model Transformation in Building Quantity Take-Off
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    Chapter 16 Improving Scalability and Maintenance of Software for High-Performance Scientific Computing by Combining MDE and Frameworks
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    Chapter 17 A Critical Review of Applied MDA for Embedded Devices: Identification of Problem Classes and Discussing Porting Efforts in Practice
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    Chapter 18 Designing Heterogeneous Component Based Systems: Evaluation of MARTE Standard and Enhancement Proposal
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    Chapter 19 Semantic Clone Detection for Model-Based Development of Embedded Systems
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    Chapter 20 Instant and Incremental QVT Transformation for Runtime Models
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    Chapter 21 Service–Oriented Architecture Modeling: Bridging the Gap between Structure and Behavior
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    Chapter 22 From State- to Delta-Based Bidirectional Model Transformations: The Symmetric Case
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    Chapter 23 Enforcing S&D Pattern Design in RCES with Modeling and Formal Approaches
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    Chapter 24 A Model-Based and Automated Approach to Size Estimation of Embedded Software Components
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    Chapter 25 MDE to Manage Communications with and between Resource-Constrained Systems
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    Chapter 26 Diagram Definition: A Case Study with the UML Class Diagram
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    Chapter 27 Reducing Multiplicities in Class Diagrams
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    Chapter 28 Creating Models for Simulating the Face
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    Chapter 29 EUnit: A Unit Testing Framework for Model Management Tasks
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    Chapter 30 Verifying UML-RT Protocol Conformance Using Model Checking
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    Chapter 31 Model-Based Coverage-Driven Test Suite Generation for Software Product Lines
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    Chapter 32 Constraint-Based Model Refactoring
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    Chapter 33 Supporting Design Model Refactoring for Improving Class Responsibility Assignment
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    Chapter 34 Vision Paper: The Essence of Structural Models
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    Chapter 35 Vision Paper: Towards Model-Based Energy Testing
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    Chapter 36 Vision Paper: Make a Difference! (Semantically)
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    Chapter 37 Automatic Derivation of Utility Functions for Monitoring Software Requirements
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    Chapter 38 Logic-Based Model-Level Software Development with F-OML
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    Chapter 39 Formal Verification of QVT Transformations for Code Generation
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    Chapter 40 Model-Based (Mechanical) Product Design
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    Chapter 41 Applying a Model-Based Approach to IT Systems Development Using SysML Extension
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    Chapter 42 Early Experience with Agile Methodology in a Model-Driven Approach
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    Chapter 43 Finding Models in Model-Based Development
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    Chapter 44 CD2Alloy: Class Diagrams Analysis Using Alloy Revisited
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    Chapter 45 Model-Driven Engineering and Optimizing Compilers: A Bridge Too Far?
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    Chapter 46 Towards a General Composition Semantics for Rule-Based Model Transformation
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    Chapter 47 Properties of Realistic Feature Models Make Combinatorial Testing of Product Lines Feasible
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    Chapter 48 Reasoning about Metamodeling with Formal Specifications and Automatic Proofs
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    Chapter 49 Correctness of Model Synchronization Based on Triple Graph Grammars
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    Chapter 50 A Toolchain for the Detection of Structural and Behavioral Latent System Properties
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    Chapter 51 Defining MARTE’s VSL as an Extension of Alf
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    Chapter 52 Using Delta Model for Collaborative Work of Industrial Large-Scaled E/E Architecture Models
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Chapter title
Vision Paper: Towards Model-Based Energy Testing
Chapter number 35
Book title
Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2011
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-24485-8_35
Book ISBNs
978-3-64-224484-1, 978-3-64-224485-8

Claas Wilke, Sebastian Götz, Jan Reimann, Uwe Aßmann

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Country Count As %
Germany 1 3%
Chile 1 3%
China 1 3%
Spain 1 3%
United States 1 3%
Unknown 24 83%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 9 31%
Student > Ph. D. Student 6 21%
Researcher 4 14%
Student > Doctoral Student 3 10%
Professor > Associate Professor 2 7%
Other 5 17%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 26 90%
Engineering 2 7%
Business, Management and Accounting 1 3%

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