Learn more about the past, present and future of Papyrus and the industry of software /systems modeling in general.
I believe as a community we need to have mature UML and OCL benchmarks to help us evaluate, test and compare modeling tools. Do you agree?
Contribute to our glossary of software modeling / model-driven terms . You can do it through the github repostory created to support this effort.
Are we publishing too many standards? Do you think they are actually useful? Can you guess how many specifications have been adopted the the OMG so far?
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Ed Willink , the driving force behind the standard AND implementation tasks for the OCL language
(Note that I’m strictly referring to the MDA standard, not to model-driven engineering in general). In
A few days ago Jonas Elfström tweeted the page count of several language specifications (based on
Fabian Büttner talks about his work on “Model-driven Standardization of Public Authority Data Interchange” (to appear
UML is good to model many things but clearly misses the point when it comes to design complex
Antonio Vallecillo (one of the best information sources for this portal as you may have already
Two years after the previous version (OCL 2.2), the OMG has now released the new OCL
This is big news! Now OCL has a closure operation (thanks to Martin for alerting me ).
The OMG never sleeps and is preparing two more Request For Proposals: A new “metamodel extension
(the consortium behind most of the modeling standards in use nowadays) is currently working on several new/evolved specifications. Here is my summary:
- Systems Modeling Language . SysML is a general-purpose
graphical modeling language for systems engineering, covering the specification, analysis, design and verification of complex systems (including the hardware, software, information, personnel,