Repository for Model Driven Development (ReMoDD)

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The Repository for MDD (ReMoDD) project is concerned with developing a repository that will contain artifacts that support research and education in model-driven development (MDD). The ReMoDD platform will also provide interfaces and interchange mechanisms that will enable a variety of tools to retrieve artifacts from the repository and submit candidate artifacts to the repository. ReMoDD artifacts will include documented MDD case studies, examples of models reflecting good and bad modeling practices, reference models (including metamodels) that can be used as the basis for comparing and evaluating MDD techniques, generic models and transformation reflecting reusable modeling experience, descriptions of modeling techniques, practices and experiences, and modeling exercises and problems that can be used to develop classroom assignments and projects. In this paper we outline plans for developing ReMoDD. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007.




France, R., Bieman, J., & Cheng, B. H. C. (2007). Repository for Model Driven Development (ReMoDD). In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (Vol. 4364 LNCS, pp. 311–317). Springer Verlag.

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