Publication Name Viewpoints and Aspects in Domain-Specific Modeling
Publication Type Conference Proceedings
Publication Date April, 2002
Conference Name 1st International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development
Reference Information Demonstration
City Enschede
State or Country The Netherlands
Bibliography Entry Gray J., Bapty T., Neema S., Ledeczi A.: Viewpoints and Aspects in Domain-Specific Modeling, 1st International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development , Demonstration, Enschede, The Netherlands, April, 2002.

Jeff Gray


Ted Bapty


Sandeep Neema


Akos Ledeczi

first name dot last name at vanderbilt dot edu


Program Composition for Embedded Systems (PCES)

The main goal of this project is to demonstrate the synergy of model-integrated computing with the ideas from Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP).


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.


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
aspect-oriented programming, Constraints, domain-specific modeling, GME


Distributed Object Computing
Model-Integrated Computing
Model-Driven Architecture
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