Interpretation of Behaviour Models at Runtime: Performance Benchmark and Case Studies

@inproceedings{Hfig2011InterpretationOB,
  title={Interpretation of Behaviour Models at Runtime: Performance Benchmark and Case Studies},
  author={Edzard H{\"o}fig},
  year={2011}
}
Modelling system behaviour by means of statechart-based formalisms, such as the state machine formalism defined in the Unified Modeling Language, is an established practice in software engineering. As part of a model-driven workflow, engineers usually employ a code generation approach to create software components that implement an intended runtime behaviour. Although this approach yields software components with a good runtime performance, the resulting system behaviour is static. Changes to… CONTINUE READING

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