Traceability support in MDE

Gøran K. Olsen (SINTEF ICT, Norway)

Modeling · Short Talk
Presentation
Thursday, 10:40, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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Gøran K. Olsen

This short talk will give a brief introduction to traceability in MDE. Several Eclipse based tools e.g. MOFScript (Model to Text Transformation) and TraceMDE (Traceability Metamodel and analysis functionality) that supports traceability will be introduced. One of the main challenges in MDE is the management of relations between different artifacts produced in the development process. As systems become more complex, the number of artifacts is increasing. Furthermore, the artifacts are often generated. Therefore, trace links are often needed to fully understand the many dependencies that exist between the different artifacts. The goal of the talk will be to generate interest and participation in developing traceability support in the Eclipse environment.

Gøran K. Olsen works as a Reasearch Scientist at SINTEF ICT in Oslo Norway. He holds a Master's degree in Informatics from the University of Oslo where he specialised in model driven development. He has been involved in several european reasearch projects e.g. MODELWARE and ELLECTRA-WEB. Currently he is involved as leader of the traceability task in the european project MODELPLEX. He was also a member of the organizing commitee for the 3rd ECMDA-Traceability Workshop held in conjunction with ECMDA-FA 2007.

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