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Models in Software Engineering : Workshops and Symposia at Models 2006, Genoa, Italy, October 1-6, 2006, Reports and Revised Selected Papers - Thomas Kuehne

Models in Software Engineering

Workshops and Symposia at Models 2006, Genoa, Italy, October 1-6, 2006, Reports and Revised Selected Papers

By: Thomas Kuehne (Editor)

Paperback Published: 12th January 2007
ISBN: 9783540694885
Number Of Pages: 334

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of 11 international workshops held as satellite events of the 9th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, MoDELS 2006, in Genoa, Italy, in October 2006 (see LNCS 4199). The 32 revised full papers were carefully selected for inclusion in the book. They are presented along with a doctorial and an educators' symposium section.

9th international workshop on aspect-oriented modelingp. 1
Modeling features in aspect-based product lines with use case slices : an exploratory case studyp. 6
Join point patterns : a high-level join point selection mechanismp. 17
Critical systems development using modeling languages - CSDUML 2006 workshop reportp. 27
Modeling an electronic throttle controller using the timed abstract state machine language and toolsetp. 32
Model checking of UML 2.0 interactionsp. 42
3rd international workshop on metamodels, schemes, grammars and ontologiesp. 52
A unified ontology-based process model for software maintenance and comprehensionp. 56
Formalizing the well-formedness rules of EJB3QL in UML + OCLp. 66
The 1st workshop on quality in modelingp. 76
Consistency of business process models and object life cyclesp. 80
A qualitative investigation of UML modeling conventionsp. 91
Model driven development of advanced user interfaces (MDDAUI) - MDDAUI'06 workshop reportp. 101
A model-driven approach to the engineering of multiple user interfacesp. 106
Model-driven dynamic generation of context-adaptive Web user interfacesp. 116
Modelling and analysis of real time and embedded systems - using UMLp. 126
Time exceptions in sequence diagramsp. 131
Applying model intelligence frameworks for deployment problem in real-time and embedded systemsp. 143
OCL for (meta-)models in multiple application domainsp. 152
OCL-based validation of a railway domain profilep. 159
OCL support in an industrial environmentp. 169
Report on the 3rd MoDeVa workshop - model design and validationp. 179
Towards model-driven unit testingp. 182
Validation of model transformations - first experiences using a white box approachp. 193
Summary of the 2006 model size metrics workshopp. 205
Model size mattersp. 211
On the application of software metrics to UML modelsp. 217
Summary of the workshop Models@run.time at MoDELS 2006p. 227
Using runtime models to unify and structure the handling of meta-information in reflective middlewarep. 232
Applying OMG D&C specification and ECA rules for autonomous distributed component-based systemsp. 242
Summary of the workshop on multi-paradigm modeling : concepts and toolsp. 252
Think global, act local : implementing model management with domain-specific integration languagesp. 263
MoDELS 2006 doctoral symposiump. 277
Model driven security engineering for the realization of dynamic security requirements in collaborative systemsp. 278
Educators' symposium at MoDELS 2006p. 288
If you're not modeling, you're just programming : modeling throughout an undergraduate software engineering programp. 291
Teaching software modeling in a simulated project environmentp. 301
Repository for model driven development (ReMoDD)p. 311
2[superscript nd]UML 2 semantics symposium : formal semantics for UMLp. 318
A UML simulator based on a generic model execution enginep. 324
Queries and constraints : a comprehensive semantic model for UML2p. 327
Analysis of UML activities with dynamic meta modeling techniquesp. 329
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ISBN: 9783540694885
ISBN-10: 3540694889
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 334
Published: 12th January 2007
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.85
Weight (kg): 0.49

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