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A Domain Specific Language for the Development of Collaborative Systems

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A Domain Specific Language for the Development of Collaborative Systems
Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) are high level languages defined for combining expressivity and simplicity by means of constructs which are close to the problem domain and distant from the intricacies of underlying software implementation constraints. This paper presents a language to graphically document the analysis and design decisions embodied in Collaborative System development. The language was designed as a conservative extension of the UML and it enables the application of the MDD approach to the development of such systems.
Luis Mariano Bibbo, Diego García, Claudia P
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Year 2008
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Authors Luis Mariano Bibbo, Diego García, Claudia Pons
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