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Blu Age traceability and incremental consistency

Hi,someone using Blu Age? What are your impressions? And in MDA context, has it traceability tools and incremental consistency (user code sections, etc )?Thanks!Continue

Started Sep 6, 2010

SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
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Hi!,in order to describe a software system in an MDA approach, I would like ask your opinion about SysUML. Do you think is formally correct use requirements diagrams  in a only software system?. The…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lee Riemenschneider Sep 10, 2010.

MDA/MDD tools: Eclipse (Acceleo/oAW) or comercial BluAge

I'm evaluating MDD/MDA tools and I would like know your opinion about this tools:Eclipse Acceleo/oAW and BluAge.I'm trying to create a simple full application (a simple Marketplace running in Tomcat…Continue

Started Dec 23, 2009

 

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Lee Riemenschneider replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Dan, It's good to hear this point of view. The mind tends to get aligned to the familiar, so you start to wonder how someone else gets to a conclusion. It never occurred to me that anyone would consider the action language to be at a 3GL level…"
Sep 10, 2010
Dan George replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Lee, I have been uncomfortable with the Executable UML action language concept. It seemed like a big loophole in the process where we just get back to a low level of abstraction after all. I worry about falling back into "nice picture, now show…"
Sep 10, 2010
Lee Riemenschneider replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"This "pareto principle for MDD" doesn't look to be valid for Executable UML. The majority of the modeling effort in Executable UML is spent modeling the class diagram for the domain. If the class diagram is correct, then the dynamic…"
Sep 10, 2010
Javier Nieto Esteban posted a discussion

Blu Age traceability and incremental consistency

Hi,someone using Blu Age? What are your impressions? And in MDA context, has it traceability tools and incremental consistency (user code sections, etc )?Thanks!See More
Sep 6, 2010
Dan George replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"There was some debate about whether this topic was relevant to MDD. If you use requirements to guide and constrain your solution model you will benefit from using a code gen tool that supports traceability. If you are not using requirements then you…"
Sep 2, 2010
Rafael Chaves replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Yes, traceability is a good thing. My point was that requirements is something outside of the domain of model-driven development (even if we use models for that)."
Jul 12, 2010
Javier Nieto Esteban replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Hi, After reading the thread I'm writing my requirement model using de SysML Requirement diagram. I have a transformation M2T (to html) for the documentation. I'm using Acceleo for it. One of the advantages of MDA is solve the maintenance…"
Jul 11, 2010
Jordi Cabot replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Exactly. I call this the pareto principle for MDD (http://modeling-languages.com/blog/content/pareto-principle-applied-mdd): "20% of the modeling effort suffices to generate 80% of the application code " i.e. with a small effort on the…"
Jul 11, 2010
Rui Curado replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
""You cannot get from requirements to solution via automated transformations." Yes, I agree. Modeling requirements requires human intervention for its transformation. However, If we could just have requirements in the model, and a way to…"
Jul 11, 2010
Rafael Chaves replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Peter, it is true that for very trivial things can can have a 1:1 correspondence between problem statement and solution specification. But for anything more interesting, the gap is just too wide to be bridged via automatic transformations."
Jul 9, 2010
Rafael Chaves replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"It sure can be modeled, Rui (and so can many other things), but that still does not make it really useful in the context of building a solution using MDD. You cannot get from requirements to solution via automated transformations. That is where we…"
Jul 9, 2010
Pedro J. Molina replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Hi: If you plan just to generate documentation for your requirements it's ok. Probably a textual representation with or without list or hierarquical grouping will be more than enough to accomplish the given task. Natural language can be quite…"
Jul 9, 2010
Rui Curado replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
""Requirements are really about the *problem* statement, and as such don't really belong to the scope of model-driven development." Why not? A "requirement" is a concept that can certainly be modeled."
Jul 9, 2010
Rafael Chaves replied to Javier Nieto Esteban's discussion SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling
"Javier, I think it is a valid approach to use transformations for what you want. I just don't see this as relevant in the context of MDD/MDA. Model-driven development is all about automating as much as possible the construction of an…"
Jul 9, 2010
Javier Nieto Esteban posted a discussion

SysML requirements diagrams for MDA software modeling

Hi!,in order to describe a software system in an MDA approach, I would like ask your opinion about SysUML. Do you think is formally correct use requirements diagrams  in a only software system?. The point is describe your system requirements using and standard model and write an MDA transformation for automatic documentation in html, docbook or others. Javier NietoSee More
Jul 4, 2010
Javier Nieto Esteban posted a discussion

MDA/MDD tools: Eclipse (Acceleo/oAW) or comercial BluAge

I'm evaluating MDD/MDA tools and I would like know your opinion about this tools:Eclipse Acceleo/oAW and BluAge.I'm trying to create a simple full application (a simple Marketplace running in Tomcat and MySql) with BluAge. I would like create this simple application with Acceleo/oAW but I suppose, both are focused in create your own transformations.What about Acceleo modules?. What's your impressions using this in personal or professional projects?.See More
Dec 23, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
In my actual job, we not use MDD for solve problems but I think, is a good option and I like know about enterprise tendencies. I would like talk with people using this technologies in an enterprise environment.
On the other hand, my personals interest: I'm now working in my university end project (Carlos III university, Madrid. Spain). This project is about MDA... I'm evaluating same gnu and proprietary tools in order to determinate if MDA/MDD is a good option now for the enterprise world. I'm trying to evaluate MDA itself as a good development alternative.
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