According to Wikipedia, Model-driven engineering (MDE) is a software development methodology which focuses on creating and exploiting domain models (that is, abstract representations of the knowledge and activities that govern a particular application domain), rather than on the computing (f.e. ...

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Model Driven Design with Bean Validation

If I have a rich domain library that gets included into a Java web application, but I want to achieve a level of dependency isolation with that domain library such that it is possible to build and ...
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UML modelling semantics

In today's lecture about Modelling techniques with respect to MDD using UML the lecturer stated that it's absolutely necessary to give a (possibly) textual description about the semantics of each ...
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Extending Composite Structure model generally/in Enterprise Architect

I'm currently on a project, which integrates domain specific techniques in the modelling tool Enterprise Architect through UML Profiles. The domain specfic model almost matches the structure of the ...
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What are the main differences between FUML and the Executable UML profile?

I'd like to know what are the main difference between the Foundational Subset for Executable UML models and the Executable UML profile (which followed the Schlaer-Mellor methodology). Thank you
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“UML is the worst thing to ever happen to MDD.” Why?

William Cook in a tweet wrote that: "UML is the worst thing to ever happen to MDD. Fortunately many people now realize this ..." I would like to know the reasoning behind that claim (apparently, ...
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Open source projects and MDD?

Model-driven development seems to have a lot of buzz in certain software engineering circles, but I've never encountered an open source MDD projects "in the wild". Are any open source projects using ...
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What's the real benefit of meta-modeling?

After reading several texts about meta-modeling I still do not really get the practical benefit. Sometimes I think it is only an interesting mind game but no useful tool. Sure it is wise to clarify ...
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Is defining every method/state per object in a series of UML diagrams representative of MDA in general?

I am currently working on a project where we use a framework that combines code generation and ORM together with UML to develop software. Methods are added to UML classes and are generated into ...
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Why aren't we all doing model driven development yet? [closed]

I am a true believer in Model Driven Development, I think it has the possibility to increase productivity, quality and predictability. When looking at MetaEdit the results are amazing. Mendix in the ...
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Is a Model Driven Architecture in Language Oriented Programming (MPS) feasible at this time

As a side project I am developing some sort of DSL where I describe a data model, and generate desired code files from it. I believe this is called Model Driven Architecture. My partial existing ...
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Are today's general purpose languages at the right level of abstraction?

Today Uncle Bob Martin, a genuine hero, showed this video In this video Bob Martin claims that our programming languages are at the right level for our problems at this time. One of the reasons I get ...