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Model Driven Architecture – Foundations and Applications

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Epsilon Generation Language
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    Chapter 2 Constructing and Visualizing Transformation Chains
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    Chapter 3 Towards Roundtrip Engineering - A Template-Based Reverse Engineering Approach
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    Chapter 4 Annotation Framework Validation Using Domain Models
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    Chapter 5 Prototyping Visual Interpreters and Debuggers for Domain-Specific Modelling Languages
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    Chapter 6 Data Flow Analysis of UML Action Semantics for Executable Models
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    Chapter 7 From UML Activities to TAAL - Towards Behaviour-Preserving Model Transformations
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    Chapter 8 A Practical MDA Approach for Autonomic Profiling and Performance Assessment
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    Chapter 9 Ladder Metamodeling and PLC Program Validation through Time Petri Nets
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    Chapter 10 Array OL Descriptions of Repetitive Structures in VHDL
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    Chapter 11 Textual Modelling Embedded into Graphical Modelling
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    Chapter 12 Classification of Concrete Textual Syntax Mapping Approaches
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    Chapter 13 Metamodel Syntactic Sheets: An Approach for Defining Textual Concrete Syntaxes
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    Chapter 14 Graphical Concrete Syntax Rendering with SVG
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    Chapter 15 Semantics Preservation of Sequence Diagram Aspects
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    Chapter 16 Generic Reusable Concern Compositions
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    Chapter 17 Modeling Human Aspects of Business Processes – A View-Based, Model-Driven Approach
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    Chapter 18 A Semantics-Based Aspect Language for Interactions with the Arbitrary Events Symbol
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    Chapter 19 Model-Driven Platform-Specific Testing through Configurable Simulations
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    Chapter 20 Testing Metamodels
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    Chapter 21 A Metamodeling Approach for Reasoning about Requirements
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    Chapter 22 Model-Driven Security in Practice: An Industrial Experience
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    Chapter 23 Supporting the UML State Machine Diagrams at Runtime
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    Chapter 24 Model-Based Generation of Interlocking Controller Software from Control Tables
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    Chapter 25 Model-Driven Simulation of a Maritime Surveillance System
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    Chapter 26 Towards Utilizing Model-Driven Engineering of Composite Applications for Business Performance Analysis
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    Chapter 27 From Business Architecture to SOA Realization Using MDD
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    Chapter 28 Realizing an MDA and SOA Marriage for the Development of Mobile Services
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    Chapter 29 A Survey about the Intent to Use Visual Defect Annotations for Software Models
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    Chapter 30 MDA-Based Methodologies: An Analytical Survey
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    Chapter 31 Where Is the Proof? - A Review of Experiences from Applying MDE in Industry
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Chapter title
Constructing and Visualizing Transformation Chains
Chapter number 2
Book title
Model Driven Architecture – Foundations and Applications
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2008
DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-69100-6_2
Book ISBNs
978-3-54-069095-5, 978-3-54-069100-6
Authors

Jens von Pilgrim, Bert Vanhooff, Immo Schulz-Gerlach, Yolande Berbers

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Country Count As %
Brazil 1 6%
Unknown 16 94%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 2 12%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 6%
Unknown 14 82%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 3 18%
Unknown 14 82%

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