A case study on the transformation of context-aware domain data onto XML schemas


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Guareis de Farias, C.R. and Ferreira Pires, L. and Sinderen, M.J. van (2007) A case study on the transformation of context-aware domain data onto XML schemas. In: 3rd International Workshop on Model-Driven Enterprise Information Systems, MDEIS 2007, 12 June 2007, Funchal, Portugal (pp. pp. 63-72).

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Abstract:In order to accelerate the development of context-aware applications, it would be convenient to have a smooth path between the context models and the automated services that support these models. This paper discusses how MDA technology (metamodelling and the QVT standard) can support the transformation of high-level models of context-aware services onto the implementation of these services using web services. The total transformation process from context-aware services onto web services involves the following aspects: 1. service signatures, which should be translated onto WSDL definitions; 2. context-aware domain data used as input and output data in service operations, which should be translated onto XML schemas; and 3. service behaviours, which should be used to generate the service implementation. This paper concentrates on the modelling and transformation of the context-aware domain data. The results of this paper are generally applicable to the transformation of elements of any domain-specific language expressed in terms of a metamodel onto XML Schema data.
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