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MDE Support in a Protocol Processing Design Method

Marcus Alanen, Johan Lilius, Ivan Porres, Dragos Truscan, MDE Support in a Protocol Processing Design Method. In: Proceedings of Model-Driven Architecture: Foundations and Applications 2004, June 10-11, Linköping, Sweden, 234-247, Reseach Center for Intergrational Software Engineering, 2004.

Abstract:

The Model Driven Approach (MDA) as supported by the Object
Management Group describes the structural requirements of an
engineering discipline where models, instead of source code,
comprise the primary artifact. Model Driven Engineering (MDE), as
outlined by Stuart Kent, brings forth the dynamic aspects of
engineering, where process adherence and rigorous commitment to
analysis are equally important.

We discuss our position on MDE and its requirements on
tools and technology, especially considering the dynamics of a
model-based software development method. We demonstrate
approach with an example of the specification of an IPv6 router
targeted to a customized processing architecture.

BibTeX entry:

@INPROCEEDINGS{inpAlLiPoTr04a,
  title = {MDE Support in a Protocol Processing Design Method},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of Model-Driven Architecture: Foundations and Applications 2004, June 10-11, Link√∂ping, Sweden},
  author = {Alanen, Marcus and Lilius, Johan and Porres, Ivan and Truscan, Dragos},
  publisher = {Reseach Center for Intergrational Software Engineering},
  pages = {234-247},
  year = {2004},
  keywords = {UML, MDA, design, embedded systems},
}

Belongs to TUCS Research Unit(s): Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESLAB), Software Construction Laboratorium

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