Use of models and modelling techniques for service development


Ferreira Pires, L. and Sinderen, M.J. van and Guareis de Farias, C.R. and Andrade Almeida, J.P. (2004) Use of models and modelling techniques for service development. In: Third IFIP Conference on e-Commerce, e-Business and e-Government, I3E 2003, 21-24 September 2003, Guarujá, São Paulo, Brazil (pp. pp. 441-456).

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Abstract:E-applications are increasingly being composed from individual services that can be realized with different technologies, such as, e.g., Web Services and standard component technologies. A current trend in the development of these services is to describe their technology-independent and technology-specific aspects in separate models. A prominent development that leads this trend is the Model-Driven Architecture (MDA). An important feature of the MDA approach is the explicit identification of Platform-Independent Models (PIMs) and the flexibility to implement them on different platforms via Platform-
Specific Models (PSMs), possibly through (automated) model transformations. A platform can be any technology that supports the execution of these models, either directly or after translation to code in a programming language. This paper aims at identifying the benefits of the MDA approach in the development of services for e-applications. The paper presents a short introduction to MDA, in the context of service development, and an overview of the modelling capabilities of the Unified Modelling Language (UML), one of MDA’s main modelling languages.
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