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Validation challenges in model composition: The case of adaptive systems

by Freddy Munoz, Benoit Baudry
Abstract:
Model Driven Engineering helps dealing with complexity by promoting models as abstraction units. Aspect Oriented Modeling helps separating concerns that crosscut across different models. MDE and AOM have well identified challenges that need to be addressed. However, there are new challenges that appear when combining both techniques. In this paper we present the challenges that appear when validating the model composition in the context of MDE and AOM applied to adaptive systems.
Reference:
Validation challenges in model composition: The case of adaptive systems (Freddy Munoz, Benoit Baudry), In Proceedings of ChaMDE 2000 Workshop at MODELS’08, 2008.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{munoz2008c,
	Abstract = {Model Driven Engineering helps dealing with complexity by promoting
	models as abstraction units. Aspect Oriented Modeling helps separating
	concerns that crosscut across different models. MDE and AOM have
	well identified challenges that need to be addressed. However, there
	are new challenges that appear when combining both techniques. In
	this paper we present the challenges that appear when validating
	the model composition in the context of MDE and AOM applied to adaptive
	systems.},
	Address = {Toulouse, France},
	Author = {Munoz, Freddy and Baudry, Benoit},
	Booktitle = {Proceedings of ChaMDE 2000 Workshop at MODELS'08},
	Month = {September},
	Title = {Validation challenges in model composition: The case of adaptive systems},
	x-abbrv = {CHAMDE},
	X-Country = {FR},
	X-International-Audience = {yes},
	X-Language = {EN},
	X-Proceedings = {yes},
	Year = {2008},
	url = {http://www.irisa.fr/triskell/publis/2008/munoz2008c.pdf},
	keywords = {MDE, test, composition}}