Movida studio: a modeling environment to create viewpoints and manage variability in views

Abstract : In many domains such as aerospace and automotive industries, engineers rely on Domain Specific Modeling Languages (DSML) to solve the complex issues of engineering safety critical software. The difficulty to embrace the whole complexity of the concerns and the difficulty to manage their inter-relations has raised the interest of the engineering community for "concerns driven" engineering. This is addressed today in the model driven engineering research community through the exploration of "viewpoint modeling" technologies. The goal of this tutorial is to practice existing tools to create viewpoint and their associated DSMLs environment. We illustrate the conceptual simplicity and elegance of this multi-viewpoint approach using the running example of a small component based language in which component implementation are defined using Finite State Machine developed with a set of tools that has been integrated in the context of the French ANR project MOVIDA (MOdeling VIews and Decision support for Architects)
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Marie Gouyette, Olivier Barais, Jérôme Le Noir, Cédric Brun, Marcos Almeida da Silva, et al.. Movida studio: a modeling environment to create viewpoints and manage variability in views. IDM- 7éme journées sur l'Ingénierie Dirigée par les Modèles-2011, Polytech, Université Lille 1, Jun 2011, Lille, France. pp.141-145. ⟨hal-00660864⟩

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