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A domain-specific modeling and analysis environment for complex IoT applications

@article{Ihirwe2021ADM,
  title={A domain-specific modeling and analysis environment for complex IoT applications},
  author={Felicien Ihirwe and Davide Di Ruscio and Silvia Mazzini and Alfonso Pierantonio},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.09244}
}
To cope with the complexities found in the Internet of Things domain, designers and developers of IoT applications demand practical tools. Several model-driven engineering methodologies and tools have been developed to address such difficulties, but few of them address the analysis aspects. In this extended abstract, we introduce CHESSIoT, a domain-specific modeling environment for complex IoT applications. In addition, the existing supported real-time analysis mechanism, as well as a proposed… Expand

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