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A UML based methodology to ease the modeling of a set of related systems

Abstract : Despite progress in model engineering, modeling large distributed systems is still a long and complex task. This paper outlines a methodology based on UML to make the modeling of a set of related systems simpler. A generic component-based framework specifies the commonality and variability of these systems at high-level of abstraction both from structural and behavioral viewpoint. Then, models of specific systems are derived from the coarse-grained generic framework. A case study in the field of QoS management systems illustrates this approach.
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Firas Alhalabi, Mathieu Maranzana, Jean-Louis Sourrouille. A UML based methodology to ease the modeling of a set of related systems. The Third International Conference on Software Engineering Advances (ICSEA) 2008, Oct 2008, Malta. pp.51-57. ⟨hal-00333483⟩

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