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Towards Transparent Combination of Model Management Execution Strategies for Low-Code Development Platforms

Abstract : Low-code development platforms are taking an important place in the model-driven engineering ecosystem, raising new challenges, among which transparent efficiency or scalability. Indeed, the increasing size of models leads to difficulties in interacting with them efficiently. To tackle this scalability issue, some tools are built upon specific computational strategies exploiting reactivity, or parallelism. However, their performances may vary depending on the specific nature of their usage. Choosing the most suitable computational strategy for a given usage is a difficult task which should be automated. Besides, the most efficient solutions may be obtained by the use of several strategies at the same time. This paper motivates the need for a transparent multi-strategy execution mode for model-management operations. We present an overview of the different computational strategies used in the model-driven engineering ecosystem, and use a running example to introduce the benefits of mixing strategies for performing a single computation. This example helps us present our design ideas for a multi-strategy model-management system. Œe code-related and DevOps challenges that emerged from this analysis are also presented.
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Jolan Philippe, Hélène Coullon, Massimo Tisi, Gerson Sunyé. Towards Transparent Combination of Model Management Execution Strategies for Low-Code Development Platforms. 23rd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems: Companion Proceedings, Oct 2020, Montreal (Virtually), Canada. ⟨10.1145/3417990.3420206⟩. ⟨hal-02952952⟩



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