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Supporting fine-grained generative model-driven evolution
In the standard generative Model-driven Architecture (MDA), adapting the models of an existing system requires re-generation and restarting of that system. This is due to a strong separation betweenExpand
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Automatic Generation of Modelling Tools
Higher-level modelling is considered to be the answer to many of the problems computer science is faced with. In order to do modelling, it is necessary to use proper tools. This article is aboutExpand
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A Conceptual Schema Language for the Management of Multiple Representations of Geographic Entities
Multiple representation of geographic information occurs when a real-world entity is represented more than once in the same or different databases. This occurs frequently in practice, and itExpand
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MOF-VM: Instantiation revisited
The Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) is based on an understanding of a hierarchy of levels that are placed on top of each other and that are connected with instantiation. For practical MDA use, it isExpand
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Modeling and Testing Legacy Data Consistency Requirements
An increasing number of data sources are available on the Internet, many of which offer semantically overlapping data, but based on different schemas, or models. While it is often of interest toExpand
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Reference Design for Smart Collaborative Telehealth and Telecare Services Based on IoT Technologies
The demographic development shows aging societies through-out the globe, leading to higher demands on the health and care systems due to age-related disabilities, chronic diseases, etc. TelehealthExpand
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Representation of Levels and Instantiation in a Metamodelling Environment
In the scope of meta-modelling it is important to consider descriptions sometimes as a model and sometimes as a metamodel, e.g. the UML metamodel which is a metamodel for UML and at the same time aExpand
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Towards a Data Consistency Modeling and Testing Framework for MOF Defined Languages
The number of online data sources is continuously increasing, and related data are often available from several sources. However accessing data from multiple sources is hindered by the use ofExpand
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Information Model for Learning Nursing Terminology
Standardized terminologies are introduced in healthcare with the intention of improving information quality, which is important for enhancing the quality of healthcare itself. The InternationalExpand
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Future Telehealth and Telecare Reference Design based on IoT Technologies: From Remote Monitoring to Smart Collaborative Services with Decision Support
The demographic changes are producing aging societies across the world, resulting in greater demands on the health and care systems due to age-related disabilities and chronic diseases. EfficientExpand
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