Progressions and Innovations in Model-Driven Software Engineering

Progressions and Innovations in Model-Driven Software Engineering

Vicente García Díaz (University of Oviedo, Spain), Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle (University of Oviedo, Spain), B. Cristina Pelayo García-Bustelo (University of Oviedo, Spain) and Oscar Sanjuán Martínez (University of Oviedo, Spain)
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Release Date: June, 2013|Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 388
ISBN13: 9781466642171|ISBN10: 1466642173|EISBN13: 9781466642188|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4217-1

Description

Users increasingly demand more from their software than ever before—more features, fewer errors, faster runtimes. To deliver the best quality products possible, software engineers are constantly in the process of employing novel tools in developing the latest software applications.

Progressions and Innovations in Model-Driven Software Engineering investigates the most recent and relevant research on model-driven engineering. Within its pages, researchers and professionals in the field of software development, as well as academics and students of computer science, will find an up-to-date discussion of scientific literature on the topic, identifying opportunities and advantages, and complexities and challenges, inherent in the future of software engineering.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Application Domains
  • Architecture and Design
  • Comparative Analysis
  • Domain-Specific Modeling
  • Generative Programming
  • Metamodeling
  • Model-Based Software Development
  • Quality Assurance
  • Standardization
  • System Engineering

Reviews and Testimonials

Thirteen papers develop a distributed temporal meta-data framework for enterprise information systems, align business goals with the enterprise architecture, reformalize the core of the MOF/UML infrastructure, show how model driven engineering can contribute to crop models, and urge the modeling community to seek out a new orthodoxy. Other contributions review the requirements of the DO-178C standard for model-based development, research trends in UML-driven software performance engineering, and architecture-driven modernization for software reverse engineering technologies.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Vicente García Díaz is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo. He has a PhD from the University of Oviedo in computer engineering. His research interests include model-driven engineering, domain specific languages, technology for learning and entertainment, project risk management, software development processes and practices. He has graduated in Prevention of Occupational Risks and is a Certified Associate in Project Management through the Project Management Institute.
Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle is a Mining Engineer from Oviedo Mining Engineers Technical School in 1983 (Oviedo University, Spain). Ph. D. from Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain (1990). From 1985 he is a Professor at the Languages and Computers Systems Area in Oviedo University (Spain). ACM and IEEE voting member. His research interests include Object-Oriented technology, Language Processors, Human-Computer Interface, Web Engineering, Modeling Software with BPM, DSL and MDA.
Begoña Cristina Pelayo García-Bustelo is a lecturer in the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo. She has a PhD from the University of Oviedo in computer engineering. Her research interests include object-oriented technology, Web engineering, eGovernment, modeling software with BPM, DSL and MDA.
Oscar Sanjuán Martínez is a lecturer in the Computer Science Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid. He has a PhD from the Pontifical University of Salamanca in computer engineering. His research interests include object oriented technology, Web engineering, software agents, modeling software with BPM, DSL and MDA.

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