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Proceedings of the third international workshop on Software architecture - ISAW '98
Conceptual model integrity A high-level conceptual model of software and how it should be developed is the necessary starting point in the design of a conceptual editor. ... Programming language independence A conceptual editor is not influenced by language mechanisms or by the hatdware or operating system -things that usually have a big impact on the design of programming ...doi:10.1145/288408.288411 fatcat:kxrfiedocra7fgpwr7l5ikj25m
We report on the design and development of a web-based modeling tool aimed at studying the learning of conceptual modeling by observing learner interactions with graphical model editors. ... How do we learn conceptual modeling? What are common learning difficulties? Which tool support assists learners in what respect? ... Fig. 1 : 1 Fig. 1: The software architecture on conceptual design level. Fig. 2 : 2 Fig. 2: Overview of the web-based modeling tool. ...dblp:conf/modellierung/TernesS18 fatcat:sveiyo6lj5dn7l2faxl7y62lxu
The paper at hand reports on the design and development of a browser-based modeling tool integrated with a learning observatory in support of learning conceptual modeling and of studying the learning of ... How do we learn conceptual modeling? What are common learning difficulties? Which tool support assists learners in what respect? ... Therefore, it bases on mixed method research designs involving multi-modal data collection. ...dblp:conf/wirtschaftsinformatik/TernesSRB19 fatcat:cn3fxjebync5zovou7ciwhdvt4
In this paper, we introduce conceptual human resource modeling (CHRM) as a new methodical paradigm in HRM. To this end, we employ a design research approach. ... By using the prototypical CHRM tool, we show how one can solve practical HR tasks based on CHRM. Finally, we discuss the lessons learned and implications for future research in CHRM. ... Moreover, even based on appropriate designs, the resulting model's inherent complexity can be an issue. ...doi:10.17705/1thci.00088 fatcat:hxzskhpazrevrkn5jeux6bvqly
(U Queensland, Key Ctr for Software Technology, Brisbane, Australia) is- sues in editor design. Special Issue: Structure- based editors and environments. ... It is suggested that the success of a language-based editor may be determined by issues at the con- ceptual rather than physical interface level. ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Hence, the construction of a visual language processor requires a wide range of conceptual and technical knowledge: from issues of visual design and graphical implementation to aspects of analysis and ... Visual editors are generated by identifying certain patterns in the language structure and selecting a visual representation from a set of precoined solutions. ... Hence, the construction of a visual language processor requires a wide range of conceptual and technical knowledge: from issues of visual design and graphical implementation to aspects of analysis and ...doi:10.1007/3-540-45306-7_25 fatcat:owyfvlcgcbfyjiqfgbjadcgpeu
In Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on AI Applications, Santa Barbara, CA, March. Goldman, N. 1975. Conceptual generation. In Roger Schank, editor, Conceptual Information Processing. ... Palmer, editors, Current Issues in Computational Linguistics: In Honour of Don Walker. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston. Lester, J. C. 1994. ...
, and How well is the defined method supported in a customisable CASE environment? The environments chosen for evaluation are Maestro II IDecamerone, and MetaEdit+. ... We adapt a functional framework -originally built for CASE technology -to examine the following two research questions: How well can a method be defined in a CAME environment? ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank the other members of the projects MetaPHOR (University of Jyviiskylii) and Method Engineering Group (University of Twente), and in particular Sjaak Brinkkemper for ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35080-6_5 fatcat:lsbrcd532rbyvi4crpocnswvzu
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
This paper presents a Model-Based graphical editor for supporting the creation of conceptual models and domain ontologies in a philosophically and cognitively well-founded modeling language named OntoUML ... The Editor is designed in a way that, on one hand, it shields the user from the complexity of the ontological principles underlying this language. ... An example of a general conceptual modeling and ontology representation language that has been designed following these principles is the version of UML proposed in  . ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01347-8_44 fatcat:m5sjtkigcnei3fp5dxuh4jbojq
This special issue presents six papers indicated as best papers of the XVI Brazilian Symposium on Databases and the XV Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering. ... Marta Mattoso and Cláudia Werner Guest Editors, Special Issue in Databases and Software Engineering Programa de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computação COPPE -Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro ... It uses aspect-based design and programming for integrating software agents into the object model. ...doi:10.1590/s0104-65002002000100001 fatcat:f3vgtaqw3zguvfglj7mr2sowye
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Software Language Engineering - SLE 2016
Second, there is a lack of tool support for the design, validation, and generation of role-based software systems. ... In particular, there exists no graphical role modeling editor supporting the three natures as well as the various proposed constraints. ... Acknowledgments This work is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) within the Research Training Group "Role-based Software Infrastructures for continuous-context-sensitive Systems" (GRK 1907). ...doi:10.1145/2997364.2997371 fatcat:raxo5pzrsncynhf7sfilhykxuq
Two very interesting conceptual papers appear in this issue. ... The use of Skinner's theoretical framework to design language-based interventions has been recently termed ''the verbal behavior approach'' (Barbera, 2007) . ...doi:10.1007/bf03393065 pmid:22477424 pmcid:PMC2779079 fatcat:wso5fnld2jfttfxcf7wn4pnw5e
The proposed UIMS consists of a graphical specification language based on augmented transition networks and data flow graphs, a code translation system which supports dynamic constraint binding, modular ... design and code reuse, and a run time engine designed to optimize the use of processing resources within a time sensitive environment while preserving a layer of platform independence for the application ... This language is highly declarative in nature, supports loosely coupled, modular design and relies upon a run time engine to resolve constraints and to manage conceptually parallel tasks within uniprocessing ...doi:10.1145/286498.286826 dblp:conf/chi/MorrisonJ98 fatcat:xva43xhppfegtbzll2z5tf6sm4
This paper gives the author's views on the kind of computer-based modeling environment needed to properly support management science/operations research work, and on the design challenges that need to ... be met in order to bring such modeling environments into being. ... . <1986>, and Henderson and Notkin <1987> (the guest editors' introduction to a special issue devoted to integrated design and programming environments). ...doi:10.1016/0377-2217(89)90036-2 fatcat:e4nantquzfhahc4aeawllaluiy
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We also present the general methodology for the development of the modeling language which consists in extending existing conceptual modeling languages with domain-specific language profiles. ... In this research project, we survey existing solutions that have emerged to cope with models specification issues. ... We will also implement an editor in Eclipse that will enable the design of conceptual schemas in conformity with the UML profile. Fig. 2. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14139-8_28 fatcat:z4oqnaznmfdv7liffhc3bcfmum
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