Model-driven architecture in practice : a software production environment based on conceptual modeling / Oscar Pastor, Juan Carlos Molina
Contributor(s): Molina, Juan Carlos.Material type: Book; Format: print Publisher: Berlin : Springer, 2007Description: XIV, 302 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 978-3-540-71867-3.Subject(s): Programas y sistemas de programación -- Desarrollo | Ingeniería de programas y sistemas de programación | Programación orientada a objetos (Informática)
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Formal specification languages, object-oriented methods, CASE tools, component-based software production, agent-oriented, aspect-oriented ... During the last two decades many techniques have been proposed from both research and industry in order to generate a correct software product from a higher-level system specification. Nevertheless, the many failures in achieving this goal have resulted in scepticism when facing any new proposal that offers a ѵpress the button, get all the code ̕strategy. And now the hype around OMGs̕ MDA has given a new push to these strategies. Oscar Pastor and Juan Carlos Molina combine a sound theoretical approach based on more than 10 years ̕research with industrial strength and practical software development experience. They present a software process based on model transformation technology, thus making the statement ѵthe model is the code ̕ئ instead of the common ѵthe code is the model ̕ئ finally come true. Benefit from the exploitation of sound research through industrial tools. Learn how to build a conceptual model integrating data, behavior, and interaction. Adopt the industry leader's approach to using MDA in real-world projects. Find additional related product information and tool support under http://www.care-t.com/index.asp
Índice: The OO-Method and Software Production from Models.- Conceptual Modeling: About the Problem Space.- Conceptual Model Compilation: From the Problem Space to the Solution Space.- Conclusions, References.