Domain-Specific Intelligence Frameworks for Assisting Modelers in Combinatorically Challenging Domains

@inproceedings{White2006DomainSpecificIF,
  title={Domain-Specific Intelligence Frameworks for Assisting Modelers in Combinatorically Challenging Domains},
  author={Jules White and Douglas C. Schmidt and Andrey Nechypurenko},
  year={2006}
}
Domain-Specific Modeling Languages (DSMLs) are a promising means of simplifying the development of a large class of systems. There are many domains, however, where the domain constraints are so restrictive and the solution spaces so large that it is extremely difficult for a modeler to manually produce a correct solution using a DSML. For example, modeling the deployment of software components to nodes and observing configuration and resource constraints, even when only a few tens of model… CONTINUE READING
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