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Bottom-up Domain Specific Modeling

Hello all,

I want to announce my own approach to domain-specific model driven development. I call it 'bottom-up DSM (BU-DSM)' (because of modeling "motivation direction"). In reality it based on ideas that are very similar to Domain Specific Multimodeling Paradigm described by Anders Hessellund.

It's main ideas:

- using IoC-container XML configuration as 'final' model (so, model interpretation… Continue

Added by Vitaliy Fedorchenko on March 25, 2009 at 7:00 — 4 Comments

Textual DSL and the Semantic Model

Hi all

I've been doing a proof of concept of Martin Fowler's Semantic Model idea.

He has a nice picture on his DSL-WIP website whichs shows a textual dsl that is used to populate a semantic model through it's population interface. Generating code from the Semantic Model is then marked as optional.

Now, I've been plugging Irony ( and StringTemplate together to make a little language that populates a SM and then the SM is used to generate code… Continue

Added by Jóhann Haukur Gunnarsson on March 24, 2009 at 3:12 — 11 Comments

PhD on domain-specific multimodeling

Hi everyone,

I'll be defending my Ph.D. on domain-specific multimodeling on the 6th of February 2009. The defence will take place at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Here is the abstract:

Enterprise systems are complex artifacts. They are hard to build, manage, understand, and evolve. Existing software development paradigms fail to properly address challenges such as system size, domain complexity, and software… Continue

Added by Anders Hessellund on January 12, 2009 at 17:53 — 6 Comments

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