Simplified Lisp Code Generation from the Two-hemisphere Model

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Model Driven Software Development (MDSD) is one of the trends for software development that has been widely advertised in the last years proposing automation in the code generation from the system requirements represented in a model form. Several methods involving code generation to some degree of completeness have been proposed, however these methods usually focus on a static aspect of the system being built leaving the dynamics out of the transformation scope. In this paper authors propose an approach to generate simplified LISP code from the two-hemisphere model with the main attention to a dynamic aspect of the system.




Gusarovs, K., Nikiforova, O., & Giurca, A. (2016). Simplified Lisp Code Generation from the Two-hemisphere Model. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 104, pp. 329–337). Elsevier B.V.

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