Model-Driven Engineering of Distributed Applications

Model-Driven Engineering of Distributed Applications

Karim El Guemhioui (University of Quebec in Outaouais, Canada)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 6
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-993-9.ch043
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Abstract

The information technology (IT) industry has been moving so fast that companies implementing complex distributed software solutions hardly complete a system deployment on a given network middleware before either they are offered a newer version of the middleware technology, or a competing and alleged superior technology appears.

Key Terms in this Chapter

Metamodel: The model of a modeling language.

Meta Object Facility (MOF): A standard for the definition of metamodels in an MDA approach.

Model-Driven Architecture (MDA): A set of standards that enable the specification of models and their transformation into other models and complete systems.

Platform Specific Model (PSM): A PIM adapted to a specific technological platform.

Unified Modeling Language (UML): A standardized visual language for modeling software systems.

Model: A representation, for a specific purpose, of certain aspects of a real system.

Model-Driven Engineering (MDE): An emerging technique in software, system, and data engineering, based on the systematic use of models considered as first class entities. MDA is a special case of MDE.

Modeling Language: A notation for expressing models.

Platform Independent Model (PIM): A model that contains no reference to the underlying technological platform.

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