Model-Driven Theme/UML

  title={Model-Driven Theme/UML},
  author={Andrew Carton and Cormac Driver and Andrew Jackson and Siobh{\'a}n Clarke},
  journal={Trans. Aspect-Oriented Software Development},
Theme/UML is an existing approach to aspect-oriented modelling that supports the modularisation and composition of concerns, including crosscutting ones, in design. To date, its lack of integration with model-driven engineering (MDE) techniques has limited its benefits across the development lifecycle. Here, we describe our work on facilitating the use of Theme/UML as part of an MDE process. We have developed a transformation tool that adopts model-driven architecture (MDA) standards. It… CONTINUE READING
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