Pour une perspective comportementale dans les méta-modèles de processus

Abstract : Designing executable models is one of the major concerns of model-driven engineering (MDE). To reach this aim, it is necessary to formally specify dynamic properties of a model according to a meta-model, in order to be directly executed by a meta-CASE tool (Computer Aided Software Engineering). Moreover, for some kind of models, it is so important to define a causal relationship in the meta-model specification that offers the possibility to manage the interaction between the execution tool and its environment. For this reason, we propose a meta-modeling approach based on an event model that covers the three-level description: "data", "process" and "behavior". We applied our proposition in the cases of Workflow and Map meta- models to demonstrate its relevance.
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Sana Mallouli, Said Assar, Carine Souveyet. Pour une perspective comportementale dans les méta-modèles de processus. INFORSID, May 2011, Lille, France. pp.351-366. ⟨hal-00673623⟩

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