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Towards a Unifying Approach for Performance-Driven Software Model Refactoring

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Towards a Unifying Approach for Performance-Driven Software Model Refactoring
Abstract. Performance is a pervasive quality attribute of software systems. Since it plays a key role in the success of many projects, it is important to introduce approaches aimed at satisfying performance requirements from the early phases of software life-cycle. However, this is a complex problem, because a large gap exists between performance analysis results and the feedback expected by software designers. Some approaches proposed in the last few years aim at reducing such gap, based on automated Model-Driven Engineering techniques, but they are fragmented across different paradigms, languages and metamodels. The goal of this paper is to work towards an approach that enables performance problems detection and solution within an unique supporting environment. We rely on the Epsilon platform, which provides an ecosystem of task-specific languages, interpreters, and tools for MDE. We describe the approach that we are implementing, and we show how some of these languages nicely fit...
Davide Arcelli, Vittorio Cortellessa, Daniele Di P
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where MODELS
Authors Davide Arcelli, Vittorio Cortellessa, Daniele Di Pompeo
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