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Building DSLs with AMMA/ATL, a Case Study on SPL and CPL Telephony Languages

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Abstract

Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) enable more concise and readable specifications than General Purpose Languages (GPLs). They are for this reason increasingly used. This DSL approach presents, however, many challenges. One of them is the prototyping and implementation of the numerous DSLs that are required to replace a single GPL. This work presents a case study of implementing two telephony languages: SPL and CPL. It shows how a DSL building framework like AMMA can be used to this purpose.
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inria-00353580 , version 1 (15-01-2009)

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Frédéric Jouault, Jean Bézivin, Charles Consel, Ivan Kurtev, Fabien Latry. Building DSLs with AMMA/ATL, a Case Study on SPL and CPL Telephony Languages. ECOOP Workshop on Domain-Specific Program Development, Jul 2006, Nantes, France. ⟨inria-00353580⟩
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