A Plug-In for Flexible and Incremental Consistency Management (bibtex)
Reference:
Robert Wagner, Holger Giese and Ulrich Nickel, "A Plug-In for Flexible and Incremental Consistency Management", in Proc. of the Workshop on Consistency Problems in UML-based Software Development II, International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language 2003, San Francisco, USA, vol. 6 of Research Report, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden, October 2003.
Abstract:
The problem of inconsistency detection and management is central to the development of large and complex software systems. Although sufficient support for model consistency is a crucial prerequisite for the successful and effective application of CASE tools, the current tool support is rather limited. In this paper we present a flexible and incremental consistency management realized in the Open Source UML CASE tool Fujaba. The consistency management is highly configurable and can be adapted individually to user, project or domain specific demands. For the specification of syntactical consistency rules we provide a built-in formalism based on graph grammars.
Links:
@InProceedings{WGN03_ag,
AUTHOR = {Wagner, Robert and Giese, Holger and Nickel, Ulrich},
TITLE = {{A Plug-In for Flexible and Incremental Consistency Management}},
YEAR = {2003},
MONTH = {October},
BOOKTITLE = {Proc. of the Workshop on Consistency Problems in UML-based Software Development II, International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language 2003, San Francisco, USA},
VOLUME = {6},
SERIES = {Research Report},
PUBLISHER = {Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden},
URL = {http://www.upb.de/cs/ag-schaefer/Veroeffentlichungen/Quellen/Papers/2003/UML2003_CWS.pdf},
PDF = {uploads/pdf/WGN03_ag_UML2003_CWS.pdf},
ABSTRACT = {The problem of inconsistency detection and management is central to the development of large and complex software systems. Although sufficient support for model consistency is a crucial prerequisite for the successful and effective application of CASE tools, the current tool support is rather limited. In this paper we present a flexible and incremental consistency management realized in the Open Source UML CASE tool Fujaba. The consistency management is highly configurable and can be adapted individually to user, project or domain specific demands. For the specification of syntactical consistency rules we provide a built-in formalism based on graph grammars.}
}
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