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Model-driven Construction of Workflow-based Web Applications with Domain-specific Languages

Patrick Freudenstein, Jan Buck, Martin Nussbaumer, Maritn Gaedke
2007
To this end, we present an approach for the model-driven construction and evolution of such Web applications on the basis of workflow models which is founded on Domain-specific Languages (DSLs) and a supporting  ...  In conclusion, rich workflow-based Web applications can be built by modeling workflows and activities and passing them to the associated technical framework.  ...  Gaedke: Model-driven Construction of Workflow-based Web Applications with Domain-specific Languages.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000008105 fatcat:whlv7larenaszazolz3ktlf63a

Towards a model-driven transformation framework for scientific workflows

G. Scherp, W. Hasselbring
2010 Procedia Computer Science  
To do so, we propose an architecture for a transformation framework based on model-driven technologies that transforms a scientific workflow description at the domain-specific level to an executable workflow  ...  Many workflow languages and corresponding workflow engines and tools were developed to model and execute scientific workflows, without using established workflow technologies from the business domain.  ...  Computational science creates a new field of science beside constructing theories and executing lab experiments, and deals with the construction, examination and optimization of mathematical models based  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.04.169 fatcat:oo7jmmcgzvadhjmei2e5zdgaxq

Applied Metamodelling to Collaborative Document Authoring

Anna Kocúrová, Samia Oussena, Tony Clark
2012 Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
It allows dynamic rendering of user interfaces based on a collaboration model specified by end users. The construction of the language is supported by a metamodel.  ...  This document describes a domain specific language tailored for collaborative document authoring processes.  ...  The Model-Driven Approach, with a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) as its key enabling technology, is a way to abstract away from implementation-specific details.  ... 
dblp:conf/fedcsis/KocurovaOC12 fatcat:36pn4kzosbbttfhkelz2ncw2xi

A New Framework for Classifying Information Systems Modelling Languages

Ahmad F. Subahi, Youseef Alotaibi
2018 Journal of Software  
The comparative survey shows that there are many Domain Specific Languages (DSMLs) adopted in various Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) approaches for information systems engineering.  ...  , (2) DSMLs for cloud-based applications development, (3) DSMLs for mobile-based applications development and (4) DSMLs for tier-specific enterprise applications development.  ...  WebDSL WebDSL is a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) for implementing dynamic web applications with a rich data model.  ... 
doi:10.17706/jsw.13.1.18-42 fatcat:znlt6xlwfzbt5l4oj3x36klhny

Towards a Knowledge-Based Approach to Semantic Service Composition [chapter]

Liming Chen, Nigel R. Shadbolt, Carole Goble, Feng Tao, Simon J. Cox, Colin Puleston, P. R. Smart
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Workflows produced by this system can be executed through a domain-specific direct mapping mechanism or via a more fluid approach such as WSDL-based service grounding.  ...  The successful application of Grid and Web Service technologies to real-world problems, such as e-Science [1], requires not only the development of a common vocabulary and meta-data framework as the basis  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions from and discussion with EPSRC projects MyGrid (GR/R67743/01) [33] and AKT (GR/N15764/01(P)).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39718-2_21 fatcat:zhnc7uplbzaqrhm3r5r2x37swm

Delivering web service coordination capability to users

Tom Oinn, Matthew Addis, Justin Ferris, Darren Marvin, Mark Greenwood, Carole Goble, Anil Wipat, Peter Li, Tim Carver
2004 Alternate track papers & posters of the 13th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW Alt. '04  
They can be exploited by other communities who require user-driven composition and execution of workflows coordinating web resources.  ...  Problems satisfying these requirements with current techniques led to the development of the Simple conceptual unified flow language (Scufl).  ...  INTRODUCTION Web services use existing Internet communications and data exchange standards to provide applications with a web-based application-programming interface.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1010432.1010579 fatcat:jhlpe7amhjgqpjtc6j2o2rihrq

Delivering web service coordination capability to users

Tom Oinn, Matthew Addis, Justin Ferris, Darren Marvin, Mark Greenwood, Carole Goble, Anil Wipat, Peter Li, Tim Carver
2004 Proceedings of the 13th international World Wide Web conference on Alternate track papers & posters - WWW Alt. '04  
They can be exploited by other communities who require user-driven composition and execution of workflows coordinating web resources.  ...  Problems satisfying these requirements with current techniques led to the development of the Simple conceptual unified flow language (Scufl).  ...  INTRODUCTION Web services use existing Internet communications and data exchange standards to provide applications with a web-based application-programming interface.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1013367.1013514 dblp:conf/www/OinnAFMGGWLC04 fatcat:zma3cojjujgx5daq6hxag22bcq

Web service composition languages: old wine in New bottles?

van der Aalst, Dumas, ter Hofstede
2003 Proceedings of the 20th IEEE Instrumentation Technology Conference (Cat No 03CH37412) EURMIC-03  
Recently, several languages for web service composition have emerged (e.g., BPEL4WS and WSCI). The goal of these languages is to glue web services together in a process-oriented way.  ...  For this purpose, these languages typically borrow concepts from workflow management systems and embed these concepts in the so-called "web services stack".  ...  Proceedings of the 29th EUROMICRO Conference "New Waves in System Architecture" (EUROMICRO'03) 1089-6503/03 $17.00 © 2003 IEEE  ... 
doi:10.1109/eurmic.2003.1231605 dblp:conf/euromicro/AalstDH03 fatcat:4ccwvoafbrb75nhc64v4txykw4

Collaborative Scientific Workflows

Shiyong Lu, Jia Zhang
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Web Services  
In recent years, a number of scientific workflow management systems (SWFMSs) have been developed to help domain scientists synergistically integrate distributed computations, datasets, and analysis tools  ...  This paper reviews the state of the art of the field of scientific workflows towards the support of collaborative scientific workflows, identifies critical research challenges, and presents our ongoing  ...  On top of a repository of Web services supporting various bioinformatics data analysis and transformation, Taverna uses an XML-based workflow language called SCUFL for workflow representation with each  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2009.150 dblp:conf/icws/LuZ09 fatcat:uixs7xfwond7ncnairul5yheje

Automatic Synthesis of Bioconductor Pipelines: A Domain Modeling Challenge

Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Tiziana Margaria
2015 Workshop on Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences  
Hence, for making new application domains accessible to workflow designers, adequate domain modeling is crucial. For the prototype application we set up the domain model manually.  ...  Reference manuals and additional manuscripts provided with the packages at the Bioconductor web site describe a variety of data analysis procedures based on the available functionality.  ... 
dblp:conf/swat4ls/LamprechtM15 fatcat:g3kxikfm2zb4tdqoi3fyjgtpca

UBioLab: a web-LABoratory for Ubiquitous in-silico experiments

E. Bartocci, M. R. Di Berardini, E. Merelli, L. Vito
2012 Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics  
Several architectural features -as those ones of being fully Web-based and of combining domain ontologies, Semantic Web and workflow techniques- give evidence of an effort in such a direction.The integration  ...  of a semantic knowledge management system for distributed (bioinformatic) resources, a semantic-driven graphic environment for defining and monitoring ubiquitous workflows and an intelligent agent-based  ...  A special thank to the students Victor Karmansky, Nicola Paoletti and Fabio Alessandrelli that gave an important contribution in the development of UBioLab.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jib-2012-192 fatcat:5ve4n2zxt5fwdf45v7kbpcfzse

Model-Driven Security Engineering for Trust Management in SECTET

Muhammad Alam, Ruth Breu, Michael Hafner
2007 Journal of Software  
First we present a high-level domain specific language -called SECTET-PL.  ...  Finally, using Model Driven Architecture paradigm, we describe the transformation of high-level security models to low-level web services standard artefacts with the help of Eclipse Modelling Framework  ...  The approach of MDE has two pillar aspects. The aspect Domain Specific Language (DSL) helps to model concepts in specific application domains such as online egovernment, health-care services etc.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.2.1.47-59 fatcat:mgwnfsh4onhjldoex4juykxshu

UBioLab: a web-laboratory for ubiquitous in-silico experiments

Ezio Bartocci, Diletta Cacciagrano, Maria Rita Di Berardini, Emanuela Merelli, Leonardo Vito
2012 Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics  
Several architectural features –as those ones of being fully Web-based and of combining domain ontologies, Semantic Web and workflow techniques– give evidence of an effort in such a direction.  ...  The integration of a semantic knowledge management system for distributed (bioinformatic) resources, a semantic-driven graphic environment for defining and monitoring ubiquitous workflows and an intelligent  ...  A special thank to the students Victor Karmansky, Nicola Paoletti and Fabio Alessandrelli that gave an important contribution in the development of UBioLab.  ... 
doi:10.2390/biecoll-jib-2012-192 pmid:22773116 fatcat:lipwrizxwnfclj4byghjlmjdta

MDWE2007 Foreword

Nora Koch, Antonio Vallecillo, Geert-Jan Houben
2007 International Conference on Web Engineering  
Web Engineering is a specific domain in which Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD) can be successfully applied.  ...  Existing model-based Web engineering approaches already provide well-known methods and tools for the design and development of most kinds of Web applications.  ...  , and with the production of the workshops proceedings.  ... 
dblp:conf/icwe/KochVH07 fatcat:kpth5ukplze3xmj2vaan3qz3y4

Achieving the Promise of Reuse with Agent Components [chapter]

Martin L. Griss, Robert R. Kessler
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using software agents as next generation flexible components and applying reuse technologies to rapidly construct agents and agent systems have great promise to improve application and system construction  ...  Whether built on conventional distributed computing and application management platforms, on a specialized agent platform, on web service technology or within a P2P infrastructure, agents are a good match  ...  An agent, or set of compatible agents, will be constructed by combining aspects and components representing key capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-35828-5_9 fatcat:iyvh4c4cbjeopim4oop4knkfle
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