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Using the SPEM 2.0 kind-based extension mechanism to define the SPEM4MDE metamodel

Abstract

The objective 1 of the OMG's standard SPEM is to propose shared concepts for describing software and even systems processes. The SPEM 2.0 metamodel proposes concepts that are quite generic to describe model-driven development processes. Indeed, the artifacts of those processes are essentially models and relationships between them are numerous (e.g. impact, matching, overlap and so on). We notice that is difficult to have a process modeling language that is suitable to define any kind of process including MDE ones. To overcome this lack, we propose in this paper an extension of SPEM4MDE based on the SPEM 2.0 kind-based extension mechanism. It allows process designer to refine SPEM concepts in order to define the model-driven processes. To illustrate our approach, the MDE-based VUML process for models composition has been used.
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hal-03622696 , version 1 (29-03-2022)

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  • OATAO : 25026

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Samba Diaw, Mamadou Lakhassane Cisse, Alassane Bah. Using the SPEM 2.0 kind-based extension mechanism to define the SPEM4MDE metamodel. International Conference on Computing for Engineering and Sciences (ICCES 2017), Jul 2017, Istanbul, Turkey. pp.63-69. ⟨hal-03622696⟩
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