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A formal framework to prove the correctness of model driven engineering composition operators

Abstract : Current trends in system engineering combine modeling, composition and verification technologies in order to harness their ever growing complexity. Each composition operator dedicated to a different modeling concern should be proven to be property preserving at assembly time. These proofs are usually burdensome with repetitive aspects. Our work targets the factorisation of these aspects relying on primitive generic composition operators used to express more sophisticated language specific ones. These operators are defined for languages expressed with OMG MOF metamodeling technologies. The proof are done with the Coq proof assistant relying on the Coq4MDE framework defined previously. These basic operators, Union and Substitution, are illustrated using the MOF Package Merge as composition operator and the preservation of model conformance as verified property.
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Mounira Kezadri, Marc Pantel, Benoit Combemale, Xavier Thirioux. A formal framework to prove the correctness of model driven engineering composition operators. ICFEM'14 - 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORMAL ENGINEERING METHODS, Nov 2014, Luxembourg, Luxembourg. ⟨hal-01024067⟩



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