Spécification d'un Métamodèle pour l'adaptation des outils UML

Abstract : Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) encourages the use of graphical modeling tools, which facilitate the development process from modeling to coding. Such tools can be designed using the MDE approach into meta-modeling environments called metaCASE tools. It turned out that current metaCASE tools still require, in most cases, manual programming to build full tool support for the modeling language. First of all, we want to specify, using models, diagrams editors with a high graphical expressiveness without any need for manual intervention to perform this task. The second axis is dedicated to this specification reuse in other contexts of use. The design of Papyrus revealed an important need in terms of reusability of diagrams specification. The redundancy of diagrams editors specification raises the problem of inconsistency during the evolution or the update of this specification. The objective is to describe a library of graphical concrete syntax, reuse this description in different diagrams and create derivative elements (graphical variations) based on the common definitions. In this context, we propose MID, a set of meta-models supporting the easy specification of modeling editors by means of reusable components.
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Amine El Kouhen. Spécification d'un Métamodèle pour l'adaptation des outils UML. Génie logiciel [cs.SE]. Université des Sciences et Technologie de Lille - Lille I, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-00997773⟩



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