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Constraint-driven development

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)406 - 423
Number of pages18
JournalINFORMATION AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY
Volume50
Issue number5
DOIs
PublishedApr 2008

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Abstract

To obtain the full benefits of model-driven development (MDD) approaches such as MDA, a suitable level of abstraction needs to be chosen which enables the core functionality and properties of a system to be expressed, independent of programming language or implementation platform, so that this specification can be reused for a wide variety of different environments. This paper describes how constraints, together with UML class diagrams and state machines, can be used as a precise and platform-independent specification language. We describe the use of constraints in UML-RSDS and tool support for the synthesis of executable systems from constraints.

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