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Automatic selection and composition of model transformations alternatives using evolutionary algorithms

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Abstract

The design of software architectures requires to address a number of competing non-functional properties (NFPs): improving one NFP requires to degrade another one. As a consequence, software architects have to come up with several design alternatives, and select architectures answering at best the trade-off between NFPs. In this paper, we propose to (i) formalize design alternatives with model transformations in order to ease the estimation of NFPs (using models analysis techniques); (ii) structure these model transformations to compose and select them (using evolutionary algorithms); and (iii) identify which model transformation alternatives produce the best output models with respect to NFPs. Experiments on a placement problem provide evidence that the approach can successfully explore the design space and find good architectural solutions.
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hal-02292448 , version 1 (19-09-2019)

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Smail Rahmoun, Etienne Borde, Laurent Pautet. Automatic selection and composition of model transformations alternatives using evolutionary algorithms. ECSA Workshops 2015, Sep 2015, Dubrovnik/Cavtat, Croatia. pp.25:1-25:7. ⟨hal-02292448⟩
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