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Modeling and transforming have always been the cornerstones of software system development, albeit often investigated by different research communities. Modeling addresses how information is represented and processed, while transformation cares about what the results of processing this information are. To address the growing complexity of software systems,(More)
The high performance Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) currently manufactured by Texas Instruments are heterogeneous multiprocessor architectures. Programming these architectures is a complex task often reserved to specialized engineers because the bottlenecks of both the algorithm and the architecture need to be deeply understood in order to obtain a fairly(More)
A primary goal of Model Driven Engineering (MDE) is to reduce the cost and effort of developing complex software systems using techniques for transforming abstract views of software to concrete implementations. The rich set of tools that have been developed, especially the growing maturity of model transformation technologies, opens the possibility of(More)
Semiotics is the study of human use of signs and symbols, and humanspsila reaction to the interpretation of signs employed in communication and coordination. These elements of semiotics can be further expanded into four basic component modules; perceptual, epistemic (E), deontic (D) and axiological (A), originally based around a set of social norms. In this(More)
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