Assessing composition in modeling approaches
Modeling approaches are based on various paradigms, e.g., aspect-oriented, feature-oriented, object-oriented, and logic-based. Modeling approaches may cover requirements models to low-level design models, are developed for various purposes, use various means of composition, and thus are difficult to compare. However, such comparisons are critical to help practitioners know under which conditions approaches are most applicable, and how they might be successfully generalized and combined to achieve end-to-end methods. This paper reports on work done at the 2nd International Comparing Modeling Approaches (CMA) workshop towards the goal of identifying potential comprehensive modeling methodologies with a particular emphasis on composition: (i) an improved set of comparison criteria; (ii) 19 assessments of modeling approaches based on the comparison criteria and a common, focused case study.
|Keywords||case study, comparison criteria, composition, modeling|
|Conference||2nd International Workshop on Comparing Modeling Approaches, CMA 2012 - ACM/IEEE 15th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, MODELS 2012|
Mussbacher, G. (Gunter), Alam, O. (Omar), Alhaj, M. (Mohammad), Ali, S. (Shaukat), Amálio, N. (Nuno), Barn, B. (Balbir), … Werneck, V.M.B. (Vera M. B.). (2012). Assessing composition in modeling approaches. Presented at the 2nd International Workshop on Comparing Modeling Approaches, CMA 2012 - ACM/IEEE 15th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, MODELS 2012. doi:10.1145/2459031.2459032