Top 10 readings on software modeling

This page tries to collect the most useful readings for non-modeling experts to get them introduced to the world of modeling, model-driven development,… These are not deep technical papers but articles that present some of the important modeling/MDD/MDE/MDA/… concepts/methods/theories/… and discuss their benefits/drawbacks in a way that (I believe) engage the readers and satisfy his/her curiosity.

The top 10 list starts with three initial proposals. Feel free to recommend new additions to the list!!

You don’t need to be a math expert to realize that I’ve not reached yet my 10 references limit. Feel free to suggest other readings. Some candidates to make the list were also discussed here .

4 Responses to Top 10 readings on software modeling

  1. Anonymous says:

    “MDA will make developers more productive, not redundant”

    “Uptake of the Object Management group’s Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) initiative IS dependent NOT ONLY ON its technical capabilities, but also the acceptance OF the approach IN the developer community. This paper examines the roles IN today’s software development processes and show how those roles change and improve as MDA is applied.
    By Stephen Mellor and Andrew Watson”

    http://www.omg.org/registration/Roles_in_MDA1.pdf

  2. [...] var flattr_lng = ‘en_GB’ AS a complement (intersection NOT necessarily empty!) TO my top 10 readings ON software modeling I´m trying TO find the best 5 texts TO GET a quick feeling OF what MDE IS about (main concepts, [...]

  3. Robert Wloch says:

    No question: Markus Voelter’s brand new DSL book’s got to be on that list: http://dslbook.org/

    Regards

    Robert

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