Models in Software Engineering: Workshops and Symposia at by Jörg Kienzle, Jeff Gray, Dominik Stein, Walter Cazzola, Omar

By Jörg Kienzle, Jeff Gray, Dominik Stein, Walter Cazzola, Omar Aldawud, Tzilla Elrad (auth.), Holger Giese (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop court cases of 10 internationl workshops and a pair of symposia held as satellite tv for pc occasions of the tenth foreign convention on version pushed Engineering Languages and platforms, versions 2007, in Nashville, TN, united states, in September/October 2007 (see LNCS 4735).

The 29 revised complete papers have been conscientiously chosen for inclusion within the publication and are provided besides a doctoral and an educators' symposium part. The papers are prepared in topical sections representing many of the workshops: aspect-oriented modeling (AOM 2007), language engineering (ATEM2007), version pushed improvement of complex consumer interfaces (MDDAUI 2007), version measurement metrics (MSM 2007), model-based layout of reliable wellbeing and fitness details structures (MOTHIS 2007), model-driven engineering, verification and validation (MoDeVVa 2007), modelling structures with OCL (Ocl4All 2007), Models@run.time, multi-paradigm modeling: techniques and instruments (MPM 2007), caliber in modeling, doctoral symposium, and educators' symposium.

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This is purely a convenience for the modeler. The definition of immediate neighbor is specific to each model element. For a class, its immediate neighbors are all its associations. For a state, its immediate neighbors are its transitions and its actions. For a combined fragment in a sequence diagram, its immediate neighbors are all model elements contained inside the fragment. Figure 2 also shows an example how sequence pointcuts can be defined in MATA. A sequence pointcut is a match against any number of consecutive model elements— for example, a sequence of messages, or a sequence of transitions.

User input) is done by composing queries using string concatenation from constant parts and dynamic parts provided by variables. The approach suffers from a number of problems. First, strings are not statically guaranteed to be well-formed, which may lead to run-time errors. Second the approach requires escaping of meta-symbols (such as the quotes in the example above), which can lead to tedious and obfuscated code. Worst of all, the approach leads to software that is prone to injection attacks, where ill-formed user input may lead to breakdown or security compromises.

CPA examines rules in a pair wise fashion and declares a dependency if one rule requires a model element introduced by another rule. A conflict is declared if one rule modifies the base in such a way that another rule can no longer be applied. Conflicts and dependencies usually imply that the rules should be applied in a particular order since the result may be different depending on the order. A conflict may also mean that two rules that should both be applied cannot be, and therefore, the rules themselves should be modified.

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