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Classification of model transformation techniques used in UML-based Web engineering

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Classification of model transformation techniques used in UML-based Web engineering
Software development techniques are continuously evolving with the goal of solving the main problems that still affect the building and maintenance of software systems: time, costs and error-proneness. Model-driven software development (MDD) approaches aim to reduce at least some of these problems providing techniques for the construction of models and the specification of transformation rules, tool support, and automatic generation of code and documentation. The method of resolution of MDD is to first build models, which are independent of the platform, transforming them in later stages to technological dependent models, and to achieve automatic model and code generation based on transformation rules. Web Engineering is a domain where MDD can be used to address evolution and adaptation of Web software to continuously emerging new platforms and changes in technologies. We present an overview of the development process of the UML-based Web Engineering (UWE) defined as an MDD approach. ...
N. Koch
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Updated 14 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IEE
Authors N. Koch
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