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Model-Driven Design of Distributed Applications

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Model-Driven Design of Distributed Applications
The objective of the Ph.D. work discussed in this paper is to define a methodology for the design of distributed applications, in line with the ModelDriven Architecture (MDA). An important characteristic of this methodology is that it leads to models of distributed applications that withstand the impact of change in (middleware) platform technologies. These models are organized into different levels of platform-independence that are defined using the notion of platform. An abstract platform is an abstraction of infrastructure characteristics assumed for models of an application at some point of (the platform-independent phase of) the design process. We aim at providing ogical guidelines for the definition of abstract platforms and their representations in modelling languages.
João Paulo A. Almeida
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where OTM
Authors João Paulo A. Almeida
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