Using Role-Based Modeling Language (RBML) to characterize model families

  title={Using Role-Based Modeling Language (RBML) to characterize model families},
  author={Dae-Kyoo Kim and Robert B. France and Sudipto Ghosh and Eunjee Song},
  journal={Eighth IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems, 2002. Proceedings.},
Cost-effective development of large, integrated computer-based systems can be realized through systematic reuse of development experiences throughout the development process. We describe a technique for representing reusable modeling experiences. The technique allows developers to express domain-specific design patterns as a sub-language of the modeling language, the UML. Use of the sub-language to build application-specific UML models results in the reuse of the embedded design experiences. We… CONTINUE READING
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