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Eclipse Summit 2009 - Aspect Oriented Modeling

by Open Source Architect & R&D Leader at Open Wide on Oct 27, 2009

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In this 20 minutes talk presented at the Eclipse Summit Europe 2009, Florian Lautenbacher of the University of Augsburg and Marc Dutoo of Open Wide discuss current shortcomings of technologies like ...

In this 20 minutes talk presented at the Eclipse Summit Europe 2009, Florian Lautenbacher of the University of Augsburg and Marc Dutoo of Open Wide discuss current shortcomings of technologies like EMF and standards like UML, and show how these can be dealt with using research approaches in the area of aspect-oriented modeling (AOM), allowing e.g. to enrich models with orthogonal sets of information pertaining to different concerns. Several techniques and implementations based on Eclipse products and projects (such as EMF extensibility, secondary models such as EMF GenModel's, the aspect-oriented configuration profiles of the Eclipse technology project Java Workflow Tooling) will be presented. An outlook about current standardization approaches in this area by the OMG completes this session.

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