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Developing Domain-Specific Modeling Languages by Metamodel Semantic Enrichment and Composition: a Case Study

Published inProceedings of the 10th workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM'10), Editors Matti Rossi, Juha-Pekka Tolvanen, Jonathan Sprinkle and Steven Kelly, p. 97-102
Presented at Reno, NV (USA), 17-18 October 2010
PublisherHelsinki : Aalto University School of Economics
Publication date2010
Abstract

Designing a DSML implies binding the syntactical concepts of the problem domain with the semantics of a solution domain. Previous work presented a formal framework for language composition where language syntactical patterns (expressed by metamodels) along with their semantics (expressed by transformation models) are combined as small reusable building blocks in a constructive manner, in order to achieve the desired expressiveness for DSMLs. This article refines the framework, as well as showing its application through a case study led in collaboration with CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research).

Keywords
  • DSML
  • Transformation
  • Composition
  • Metamodel
  • Semantics
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PEDRO, Luis et al. Developing Domain-Specific Modeling Languages by Metamodel Semantic Enrichment and Composition: a Case Study. In: Proceedings of the 10th workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM′10). Reno, NV (USA). Helsinki : Aalto University School of Economics, 2010. p. 97–102.
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