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Xavier Seignard
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  • Nantes
  • France
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Guessing models from unstructured data
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Hello,I would like if someone knows some papers, good reads, tools or anything else about practices about guessing models from unstructured data? Even if it's tightly related to your metamodel, I…Continue

Tags: IA, mde

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xavier Seignard Oct 28, 2011.

Models repositories : What about the exisitng tools?
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Hello,I think models repositories are really important for teamwork purposes in big companies, with large models split in lots of modules.So I'm wondering what's the existing tools for managing…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xavier Seignard Mar 2, 2010.

 

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Profile Information

My interest in Model Driven Software Development:
- Industrialization of MDE
- Model weaving
- models@runtime
- Languages workbenches
- Everything about MDE
My experience of Model Driven Software Development:
Involved for 5 years in MDE and 3 years working for big companies to set up MDE process :
- UML profiles
- DSL languages
- M2M transformations
- M2T transformations
- Automation of MDE tasks
- Ease of use for end users
- Change management
- Model weaving
- ...
My website
http://mdwhatever.free.fr
My blog (or equivalent)
http://twitter.com/xavier_seignard

Latest Activity

Xavier Seignard replied to Jens Geyer's discussion How do you keep yourself up-to-date in the dynamic field of MDD / MDA?
"Hello, You can find an quite funrished of people tweeting about MDE here : https://twitter.com/#!/xavier_seignard/modeldriven And here is a unifed list of bloggers speaking about MDE (around 50 blogs)…"
Jun 4, 2012
Xavier Seignard replied to Xavier Seignard's discussion Guessing models from unstructured data
"Thanks for your answer, it seems that retromodeling can be applied too. Another initiative is the Eclipse MoDisco project (http://eclipse.org/MoDisco/).   But I think it's quite hard to apply it to unstructured data since you don't…"
Oct 28, 2011
Andreas Leue replied to Xavier Seignard's discussion Guessing models from unstructured data
"Recently I discussed with the author of idocit that his tool would be a cool starting point for deducing models from code, and he agreed that this would be interesting. It works with "thematic grids and thematic roles" (quoted from link)."
Oct 27, 2011
Andriy Levytskyy replied to Xavier Seignard's discussion Guessing models from unstructured data
"Yes, it is clear now. However, I have little experience with the topic. If the data is more like knowledge, you may found some help in the AOP (aspect oriented programming) community. A part of AOP is to create a model of a source code (data). This…"
Oct 27, 2011

Xavier Seignard's Blog

A list of bloggers speaking about MDE

Original blog post here : A list of bloggers speaking about MDE


If like me, you love reading bloggers who are speaking about MDE, here is all the…
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Posted on July 3, 2010 at 6:28

How to debug your MagicDraw plugin with Eclipse



After reading post, you are now MagicDraw open API experts! But you still need to debug your plugins! Here is a short presentation on how to debug your MagicDraw plugin with Eclipse.


Create your MagicDraw user library
First of all you need to create a…
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Posted on July 3, 2010 at 6:21

How to develop your MagicDraw plugin

MagicDraw is a great modeling tool for lot of reasons. First of all :

  • this is a mature tool,
  • enterprise ready,
  • and easy to use.
Then there's a lot of great side functionalities like :

  • reporting templates,
  • dependency matrix,
  • active validation
  • and even more!


But in a model driven environment, MagicDraw is great because of its… Continue

Posted on June 30, 2010 at 22:30

Model driven tools : the big list!

Original blog post here: Model driven tools : the big list!



I'll try to list all the MDE tools I know, I'll also try to reference them by their scope. Feel free to comment this list of MDE tools!



M2M/M2T tools:

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Posted on June 19, 2010 at 21:13 — 10 Comments

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At 16:09 on April 28, 2010, Andrew Waterman said…
Thanks Xavier.

Basically we are doing participatory modeling (for rural development/natural resource management) via the customary process of RPG development, and with the innovation of building our communal RPGs into Rules based games. My hope had been that rules were easy enough to work with that others could easily add restrictions/actions to our games, but I'm finding that much more context is required. So, we are starting to work UML2 and other modeling languages with the hope of using them as a generator for the logic and constraints of our rules in addition to the Object hierarchies. Do you have much experience around model to code generation? I'm definitely looking for advice, warnings, ideas and places to go with these kinds of technologies.

Saludos,

Andrew
At 19:35 on April 6, 2010, Ricardo Rafael Quintero Meza said…
Hola Xavier,

Lamentablemente yo estoy en Culiacán, Sinaloa, no en Mérida. Muy lejos. Pero igual por este medio podemos compartir sobre "MDSD".

Ricardo.
At 9:07 on March 5, 2010, Frédéric Madiot said…
Bonjour Xavier,
Je n'ai jamais eu l'occasion de te rencontrer, mais j'ai entendu parler de toi (SNCF, Pacifica, ...).
Cdlt,

Fred
 
 
 

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