A Semantically Rich Approach for Collaborative Model Edition

Abstract : We propose a novel approach and tool for collaborative software engineering and development. In model-based software engineering, the underlying data structure is a complex, directed and labeled graph. Collaborative engineering requires that developers be able to copy the graph, make independent changes, compare them, detect conflicts, and merge non-conflicting graphs. To support different collaboration and development styles requires a very flexible toolset. Worldwide, loosely-coupled development teams require the support of large-scale networks of users, possibly disconnected, in a decentralised fashion. No matter how the graph replicas evolve, they must eventually converge. We describe and evaluate C-Praxis, a tool that satisfies these requirements.
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Jonathan Michaux, Xavier Blanc, Pierre Sutra, Marc Shapiro. A Semantically Rich Approach for Collaborative Model Edition. Symp. on Applied Computing (SAC), Mar 2011, Taichung, Taiwan. pp.1470--1475, ⟨10.1145/1982185.1982500⟩. ⟨hal-01248198⟩

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