Slavica Aleksic

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IIS*Case is an integrated CASE tool that supports the automation and intelligent support of complex and highly formalized design and programming tasks in the development of an information system. IIS*Case, as a tool from the class of domain oriented design environments, generates relational database sche-mas in 3 rd normal form with all relevant data(More)
In this paper, we present a platform independent model (PIM) of IIS*Case tool for information system (IS) design. IIS*Case is a model driven software tool that provides generation of executable application prototypes. The concepts are described by Meta Object Facility (MOF) specification, one of the commonly used approaches for describing meta-models. One(More)
The inverse referential integrity constraints (IRICs) are specialization of non-key-based inclusion dependencies (INDs). Key-based INDs (referential integrity constraints) may be fully enforced by most current relational database management systems (RDBMSs). On the contrary, non-key-based INDs are completely disregarded by actual RDBMSs, obliging the users(More)
In this paper we present a segment of our research efforts focused on meta-models relating to databases. We developed a meta-model of relational database schema and here we deal with one of its segments. Namely, some kinds of relational database constraints are well-known and can be implemented by the declarative Database Management System (DBMS)(More)
—In this paper we present a Multi-Paradigm Information System Modeling Tool (MIST) that supports Extended Entity-Relationship (EER) approach to database design. MIST components currently provide a formal specification of EER database schema specification and its transformation into the relational data model, or the class model. Also, MIST allows generation(More)
In this paper we present a domain specific language (DSL) for Extended Entity-Relationship (EER) data model approach, named EERDSL. EERDSL is a part of our Multi-Paradigm Information System Modeling Tool (MIST) that provides EER database schema specification at the conceptual level and its transformation into a relational data model, or a class model.(More)