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Title: A framework to operate transformations between distinct models differing in modelling concepts
Author: Vaz, João Vasco da Silva Trigo
Advisor: Garção, Adolfo
Defense Date: 2010
Publisher: Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
Abstract: With the demanding competitiveness of today’s markets, enterprises must collaborate in an efficient manner in order to be profitable. However, today most large-scale information systems solutions in business are becoming strongly heterogeneous in their technical context, which ends up hindering interoperability. In this context, and to answer to some these interoperability issues emerged the Model Driven Interoperability (MDI). A key operation used in MDI is Model Driven Transformation, which aim at enabling systems to interoperate, leading to advantages such as flexibility and adaptability. However, the execution of Transformations in between models evidence difficulties when handling scenarios of heterogeneity among systems. The main reason behind this is the lack of proper tools that can directly and efficiently provide us with the ability to execute transformations between models described in heterogeneous model concepts. Therefore, and since currently there are already several tools offering excellent support to model-to-model (M2M) transformations, this thesis proposes to take advantage of all the features of those transformation tools in order to provide a framework that enables execution of transformations between model described in heterogeneous model concepts.
Description: Dissertação apresentada na Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa para obtenção do grau de Mestre em Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores
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