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Publication Name Composing Domain-Specific Design Environments
Publication Type Journal Articles
Publication Date November, 2001
Journal Name Computer
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Page Number Start 44
Page Number End 51
Bibliography Entry Ledeczi A., Bakay A., Maroti M., Volgyesi P., Nordstrom G., Sprinkle J., Karsai G.: Composing Domain-Specific Design Environments, Computer, pp. 44-51, November, 2001.
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Akos Ledeczi

first name dot last name at vanderbilt dot edu

 

Arpad Bakay

arpad.bakay@vanderbilt.edu

 

Miklos Maroti

miklos.maroti@vanderbilt.edu

 

Peter Volgyesi

peter.volgyesi@vanderbilt.edu

 

Greg G Nordstrom

greg.nordstrom@vanderbilt.edu

 

Gabor Karsai

gabor.karsai@vanderbilt.edu

 
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Model-based Integrated Simulation Framework (MILAN)

Model-based Integrated Simulation Framework

 

GME: The Generic Modeling Environment

GME is a configurable graphical modeling environment that supports building multi-aspect, hierarchical models. It also has flexible constraint management and automatic program synthesis capabilities.

 

DuPont Activity Modeling Tool (AMT)

The Activity Modeling Tool abstracts creation of a remote GUI and system integration for a high level chemical engineering plant organizer. This framework can be readily extended to other system integration domains.

 

MetaGME Metamodeling Environment

GME-based toolsuite for specifying and synthesizing domain-specific modeling environments from UML/OCL-based metamodels.

 
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Model Integrated Computing

Providing rich, domain-specific modeling environments including model analysis and model-based program synthesis tools.

 

Generic support for visual modeling

ISIS has developed a generic modeling environment (GME) that supports the editing of domain-specific models. This tool is a "meta-tool" as it can be tailored for the needs of specific domains with various semantics. The further development of this tool and the supporting infrastructure for meta-modeling is a very active area of research.

 

Modeling languages

ISIS has developed a large number of visual languages for modeling complex systems. Designing and implementing modeling languages for domain-specific applications is one of the key characteristics of our research.

 
Associated Keywords
Software Engineering, Software Synthesis, domain-specific environment, domain-specific program synthesis, GME2000, MIC, model interpreters, Model-based systems, Model-Integrated Computing Environment, OCL, program synthesis, software generators, UML, chemical manufacturing, Constraints, domain-specific modeling, GME, Metamodeling, MIC Applications, Model-based, model-integrated system development, Modeling Paradigms, models, process control, system integration, visual modeling, Modeling, Model-Integrated Computing

 

Distributed Object Computing
Model-Integrated Computing
Model-Driven Architecture
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