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Neil Loughran
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Form based DSL frameworks
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Xavier Seignard Apr 27, 2010.

Textual v Graphical models
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Lewis Dec 6, 2011.

 

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Bill Lewis replied to Neil Loughran's discussion Textual v Graphical models
"Regardless of how it's expressed, it seems to me that the more important question is whether or not the model in question is sufficiently precise to serve its purpose. Text can be transformed into graphics and vice versa."
Dec 6, 2011
Xavier Seignard replied to Neil Loughran's discussion Form based DSL frameworks
"You should take a look at the Methodology Wizard of MagicDraw, it consists of customizable model based steps that allow you to generate your model from the information that you filled in theses steps. You should have a look there :…"
Apr 27, 2010
Bernhard Merkle replied to Neil Loughran's discussion Form based DSL frameworks
"Yes there is the pde-incubator project which is what you want to look at. It is still in incubation phase but there is already code in the CVS repository. Benjamin Cabe from sierra wireless is the project lead…"
Apr 27, 2010
Neil Loughran posted a discussion

Form based DSL frameworks

Hello, I'm wondering if anyone here has had experiences with creating form-based DSLs in Eclipse which populate Ecore models? I was just wondering what the process would be Are there any form-based frameworks available which generate most of the presentation content from the ecore model (i.e. based on hints)? CheersNeilSee More
Apr 27, 2010
Neil Loughran posted an event

First International Workshop on Feature Oriented Software Development (FOSD2009) at GPCE 2009

October 6, 2009 all day
First Workshop on Feature-Oriented Software Development (FOSD)in conjunction with MODELS’09, GPCE’09, and SLE’09Denver, Colorado, October 6th, 2009with a Keynote by Don Batoryhttp://www.fosd.de/2009Feature orientation is an emerging paradigm of software development. It supports the largely automatic generation of large software systems from a set of units of functionality, so called features. The key idea of feature-oriented software development(FOSD) is to emphasize the similarities of a…See More
Jul 20, 2009
Neil Loughran replied to Tom Miller's discussion Beginners Tutorials for Model Driven Software
"Its funny, I've been involved in MDSD for several years now and even I still feel like a beginner at times! My advice would be to start off with something like an Xtext project in OAW and generate some code from it (pretty elegant and…"
Jun 1, 2009
Neil Loughran replied to Rui Curado's discussion Can CRUD generators be considered a Software Product Line?
"I'd probably consider them a 'core asset' within a product line architecture."
Feb 18, 2009
Neil Loughran replied to Jorge Ubeda's discussion How MDA/MDD maps to Software Product Lines?
"I've seen a few works on managing variability invasively using UML profiles geared towards variability (e.g. <<alternative>>, <<optional>>, etc).. but not really come across anything substantial. The main problem with…"
Feb 16, 2009

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My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
I am a research scientist involved in MDSD related projects.
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
I have been involved with product line engineering since 2001 and MDSD in that context since 2006.

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At 4:09 on February 12, 2009, Michael Osmond said…
Hello Neil,

I saw your post in "How MDA maps to Product Lines".

I have a specific interest (or role) in the Configuration Management and Build Management aspects of this. I work in a small software firm where we have introduced MDD, and are using it to do SPL (or trying to). Would be happy to discuss this further if your interested.

Michael Osmond
At 10:59 on January 27, 2009, Mark Dalgarno said…
Hi Neil, how's life in Oslo?
 
 
 

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