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May
02

From Models to code with no mysterious gaps – interview with Leon Starr

We’re here today with Leon Starr (also on twitter). Leon is one of the pioneers of executable models. He has written about the topic on this same blog, published severalbooks covering different aspects of executable UML (and executable models in general) and created a site devoted to teaching these same topics. Leon has just published a new book : Models to Code (with no mysterious gaps), […]

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May
02

Automatic Generation of Web-Based Modeling Editors

With the current trend of digitalization within a multitude of different domains, the need raises for effective approaches to capture domain knowledge. Modeling languages, especially, domain-specific modeling languages (DSMLs), are considered as an important method to involve domain experts in the system development. However, current approaches for developing DSMLs and generating modeling editors are mostly focusing on […]

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May
02

Introduction to a new Executable UML Tutorial Series and Case Study

Hi, everyone! I am writing this new series of articles to take you step by step through the construction of a complete set of Executable UML (xUML) models. Presented with an initial set of fuzzy, incomplete and possibly contradictory requirements, we will beat them into submission in the form of an unambiguous, detailed, constrained and executable statement of […]

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May
02

Executable UML Tutorial 2: Domain Analysis (Part 1)

In the previous installment, we introduced the case study requirements. Today our goal is to analyze them a bit and then begin organizing the entire system into special packages called ‘domains’. This is a term that is sometimes defined rather loosely. We crank the definition down a bit tighter in Executable UML to suit our modeling […]

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May
02

Collaborative modelling with chatbots in social networks

Have you ever thought about using social networks and chatbots for collaborative modeling? Well, this is now possible thanks to the work by Sara Pérez-Soler, Esther Guerra, Juan de Lara and Francisco Jurado. Enter the Miso team and their SOCIO modeling bot, one of the best examples of modeling cognification that I’ve ever seen. Social […]

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