Stefano Butti

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A data–intensive Web application is a Web-enabled software system for the publication and management of large data collections, typically stored in one or more database management systems. Data-intensive Web applications constitute the most diffused class of applications found on the Web today, and their industrial relevance is an established fact. As a(More)
The goal of this work is to present the software WebRatio 5, which is a good representative of a new generation of CASE tools for model-driven design of Web applications. WebRatio 5 supports the WebML language and methodology, and exploits the implementation experience of previous versions of the software for providing user-friendly application design(More)
We describe a software tool called WebRatio BPM that helps close the gap between the modeling of business processes and the design and implementation of the software applications that support their enactment. The main idea is to enhance the degree of automation in the conversion of business process models into application models, defined as abstract,(More)
Model-driven development can concur to address the widespread need of companies for quick development of mobile applications, combined with the chronic shortage of IT personnel with the appropriate skills. In this context, we propose a comprehensive tool suite called WebRatio Mobile Platform for model-driven development of mobile applications. The tool(More)
This paper discusses the history behind the standard IFML, recently adopted by the Object Management Group. We show how our initial proposal called WebML has been an incubator for research and industrial exploitation on conceptual modeling, exploiting existing experiences in the field and continuously addressing new challenges concerning abstractions,(More)
This paper presents WebRatio BPM, an Eclipse-based tool that supports the design and deployment of business processes. The tool applies Model Driven Engineering techniques to complex, multi-actor business processes, mixing tasks executed by humans and by machines. Business processes are described through the standard BPMN 1.2 notation, extended with(More)
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