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Heterogeneous models matching for consistency management

Abstract : This work is situated in the context of the application of Model Driven Engineering to complex systems view-based modelling. In fact, view-based models - called also partial models - are manipulated by different actors (designers), and are thus generally heterogeneous, that is, described with different DSLs (Domain Specific Languages). Instead of building a single global model, which is not realistic, we propose to organize the different partial models as a network of related models, which provides a global view of the system through a correspondence model. As models are modelled separately by different designers, they also evolve separately that induces a problem of consistency. To solve it, we propose a semi-automatic process based on the correspondence model allowing detecting changes, calculating their impacts, and proposing modifications to maintain the consistency among them. The approach is supported by a tool chain and illustrated by the example of a Bug Tracking System.
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Mahmoud El Hamlaoui, Sophie Ebersold, Bernard Coulette, Mahmoud Nassar, Adil Anwar. Heterogeneous models matching for consistency management. IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science - RCIS 2014, May 2014, Marrakech, Morocco. pp. 1-12. ⟨hal-01147267⟩

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