PapyGame is an initiative to gamify the process of learning modeling. It’s a gamified version of Papyrus that instructors can use to easily create new modeling games to help students learning any specific modeling aspect.
See some conclusions on the usability of UML tools after analyzing over 10h of video recordings of students trying to draw a UML class diagram. Hint: there is plenty of things to improve.
Current ECAD tools are expensive, complex to use and rely on proprietary exchange formats. We propose to leverage an existing modeling standard like SysML to build a better (and cheaper) ECAD solution with a focus on the design of electrical cables.
Our approach for modeling gamification process and its application to the learning of modeling itself with examples for UML and SQL. Implemented on top of Papyrus.
Revisiting all aspects of model-driven engineering (application, teaching, verification , tooling, research,…) promoting a lightweight perspective to maximize MDE success and adoption