Exploring Differences in Exchange Formats - Tool Support and Case Studies

@inproceedings{Jiang2003ExploringDI,
  title={Exploring Differences in Exchange Formats - Tool Support and Case Studies},
  author={Juanjuan Jiang and Tarja Syst{\"a}},
  booktitle={CSMR},
  year={2003}
}
XML-based markup languages are widely used, e.g., for information exchange and as file formats in various software development and exploration tools. Still, using a metalanguage, such as XML, does not guarantee tool interoperability. The particular XML-based languages used by different tools often vary. They can, nonetheless, be processed by the same methods and tools. In most UML-based software development tools, support for tool interoperability is provided by using OMG’s XML Metadata… CONTINUE READING