Category Archives: software engineering

The GEMOC Initiative – On the Globalization of Modeling Languages

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(guest post by Benoit Combemale and the rest of the advisory board introducing the GEMOC initiative).   The New Grand Challenge of the Globalization of Modeling Languages   The development of modern complex software-intensive systems often involves the use of multiple DSMLs that capture different system aspects. In addition, models of the system aspects are seldom

Put some muscle into your UML: ArnoldC code generator

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ArnoldC is a programming language using quotes from Arnold Schwarzenegger. This code generator provides creates ArnoldC programs from UML activity diagram.

Composing JSON-based Web APIs

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We keep on working on our research work about the discovery of implicit schemas from JSON documents. Some months ago we presented the release of the webpage allowig you to play with the tool. We would like to give you an update about our advances. This time we have focused on how our tool can help

Modeling mobile applications with Mobile IFML

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Eric Umuhoza explains his work on mobile IFML, an extension of IFML focusing on mobile devices (to be presented at the MobiWIS conference).  Enter Eric. Front-end design is a more complex task in mobile applications due mainly to: (1) the smallness of the screens of mobile devices. This constraint requires an extra effort in interaction

Modeling in the Agile Age: What to Keep Next to Code to Scale Agile Teams

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The CEO of Change Vision gives his views on Agile development, focusing on where “modeling” will fit, and how it can bring the best value in it as a whole.

Histogram of the number of commits in GitHub projects

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Did you know that more than one milion GitHub projects have less than 10 commits? And that over 2M have basically zero external contributions?

What Software Engineering researchers are working on

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Yesterday I attended the ASE PC Workshop on the State of the Art in Automated Software Engineering Research (preliminary to the ASE Program Board meeting) where many software engineering researchers took the opportunity to talk about the research topics they are working on. So, if you want to know what are the current research trends

RR: The State of Practice in Model-Driven Engineering

During the last few years, Jon Whittle, John Hutchinson, and Mark Rouncefield have been trying to understand whether developers use some kind of model-driven approach in practice (and if so, how and why). In their recent paper: The State of Practice in Model-Driven Engineering (IEEE Software, May-June 2014) they summarize the main conclusions from their

Alf – The Standard Programming Language for UML (slideshare)

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Slideshare presentation giving a complete overview of the Alf (Executable UML standard) language syntax

World Wide Modeling: The agility of the web applied to model repositories

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A new initiative that distributes models in the form of model fragments linked together just as web pages can reference each other

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