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Using weaving models to automate model-driven web engineering proposals

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Using weaving models to automate model-driven web engineering proposals
The impact of Model-Driven Software Development in Web Engineering has given raise to the advent of Model-Driven Web Engineering, a new approach for Web Information Systems development. Its basic assumption is the consideration of models as first class entities that drive the development process from analysis to final deployment. Basically, each step of the process consists of the generation of one or more output models from one or more input models. Thus, model transformations are the key to complete each step of the process. However, the special nature of the behavioral models implied at the early stages of a ModelDriven Web Engineering process complicates the specification of a model transformation that works for any input model. In such situations, it is not feasible to automate the whole development process (one of the premises of Model-Driven Development). Some design decisions has to be considered before executing each model transformation. This work shows how we solve this prob...
Juan M. Vara, Valeria de Castro, Marcos Didonet De
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where IJCAT
Authors Juan M. Vara, Valeria de Castro, Marcos Didonet Del Fabro, Esperanza Marcos
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