Model-Driven Development for End-Users, too!?

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Model-Driven Development for End-Users, too!?
iary models in order to bridge the semantic gap between high-level, abstract user requirements and low-level, concrete programs and to support a stepwise refinement process. This development is supported by agreeing on a standardized unified modelling language (UML). In order to cope with different application domains, the UML provides also standardized means (termed stereotypes) to customize the language, ending up with domain-specific (modelling) languages (DSL). The UML is strong in modelling the internal functionality of a software system, but weak in modelling user interface aspects of a system. Thus, with respect to the well-known MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern, the UML supports the Model aspect, while neglecting the View and Controller aspect. While the model and functionality aspect is of high interest for a software developer, the view and model aspects are of particular interest for end users. Thus, any support for end users in customizing or even changing a software sys...
Gregor Engels
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Authors Gregor Engels
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