MoDELS / UML 2005



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Technical Papers

The following papers were accepted for the technical program:

  1. UML for Document Modeling: Designing Document Structures for Massive and Systematic Production of XML-Based Web Contents
    Alejandro Bia, Jaime Gómez

  2. Activity Diagram Patterns for Modeling Quality Constraints in Business Processes
    Alexander Foerster, Gregor Engels, Tim Schattkowsky

  3. Modeling the User Interface of Multimedia Applications
    Andreas Pleuss

  4. Lessons Learned from Metrics-Based Automated Analysis of Industrial UML Models
    Ryan Stephenson, Betty H.C. Cheng, Brian Berenbach

  5. UML vs. Classical vs. Rhapsody Statecharts: Not All Models are Created Equal
    Michelle Crane, Juergen Dingel

  6. Extending profiles with stereotypes for composite concepts using model transformation
    Dick Quartel, Remco Dijkman, Marten van Sinderen

  7. Explicit Platform Models for MDA
    Dennis Wagelaar

  8. Integrated Model-Based Software Development, Data Access and Data Migration
    Behzad Bordbar, Dirk Draheim, Matthias Horn, Ina Schulz, Gerald Weber

  9. SelfSync: A Dynamic Round-Trip Engineering Environment
    Ellen Van Paesschen, Maja D'Hondt

  10. A Domain Model for System Dynamic Reconfiguration
    D'Arcy Walsh, Francis Bordeleau, Branislav Selic

  11. Code generation from UML Models with semantic variation points
    Franck Chauvel, Jean-Marc Jézéquel

  12. Reliability Prediction in Model Driven Development
    Genaína Rodrigues, David Rosenblum, Sebastian Uchitel

  13. Replicators: Transformations to Address Model Scalability
    Jeff Gray, Yuehua Lin, Jing Zhang, Steve Nordstrom, Aniruddha Gokhale, Sandeep Neema

  14. An ontology-based approach for evaluating the domain appropriateness and comprehensibility appropriateness of modeling languages
    Giancarlo Guizzardi, Marten van Sinderen, Luis Ferreira Pires

  15. Representing and applying design patterns: what is the problem?
    Hafedh Mili, Ghizlaine El Boussaidi

  16. Modeling Turnpike Frontend System: a Model-Driven Development Framework Leveraging UML Metamodeling and Attribute-Oriented Programming
    Hiroshi Wada, Junichi Suzuki

  17. Composing Domain Specific Languages for Wide-Scope Software Engineering Applications
    Jacky Estublier, German Vega, Anca Daniela Ionita

  18. A Formal Enforcement Framework for Role-Based Access Control using Aspect-Oriented Programming
    Jaime Pavlich-Mariscal, Laurent Michel, Steven Demurjian

  19. Exceptional Use Cases
    Aaron Shui, Sadaf Mustafiz, Jörg Kienzle, Christophe Dony

  20. Evaluating the Effect of Composite States on the Understandability of UML Statechart Diagrams
    José A. Cruz-Lemus, Marcela Genero, M. Esperanza Manso, Mario Piattini

  21. Model Typing for Improving Reuse in Model-Driven Engineering
    Jim Steel, Jean-Marc Jezequel

  22. Dynamic Aspect Modeling with UML
    Jan Juerjens

  23. Simplifying the Development of Autonomic Enterprise Java Bean Applications via Model Driven Development
    Jules White, Douglas C. Schmidt, Aniruddha Gokhale

  24. The Impact of UML 2.0 on Existing UML 1.4 Models
    Julie A. Street, Robert G. Pettit IV

  25. Concepts for Comparing Modeling Tool Architectures
    Colin Atkinson, Thomas Kuehne

  26. Realizing Model Driven Security for Inter-Organizational Workflows with WS-CDL and UML 2.0
    Michael Hafner, Ruth Breu

  27. Using a Domain-Specific Language and custom tools to model a multi-tier service-oriented application - experiences and challenges
    Marek Vokac, Jens M. Glattetre

  28. Simplifying Transformations of OCL Constraints
    Martin Giese, Daniel Larsson

  29. Modeling Crosscutting Services with UML Sequence Diagrams
    Martin Deubler, Michael Meisinger, Sabine Rittmann, Ingolf Krueger

  30. Properties of Stereotypes from the Perspective of Their Role in Designs
    Miroslaw Staron, Ludwik Kuzniarz

  31. A Modelling and Simulation Based Approach for Dependable System Design
    Miriam Zia, Sadaf Mustafiz, Hans Vangheluwe, Jörg Kienzle

  32. Weaving Executability into Object-Oriented Meta-Languages
    Pierre-Alain Muller, Franck Fleurey, Jean-Marc Jézéquel

  33. Model-Driven Engineering in a Large Industrial Context - Motorola Case Study
    Paul Baker, Frank Weil, Shiou Loh

  34. Performance Analysis of UML Models using Aspect Oriented Modeling Techniques
    Hui Shen, Dorina C. Petriu

  35. Towards UML2 Extensions for Compact Modeling of Regular Complex Topologies --- A partial answer to MARTE RFP
    Arnaud Cuccuru, Jean-Luc Dekeyser, Philippe Marquet, Pierre Boulet

  36. Computing Refactorings of Behavior Models
    Alexander Pretschner, Wolfgang Prenninger

  37. UML4SPM: A UML2.0-Based metamodel for Software Process Modelling
    Bendraou Reda, Marie-Pierre Gervais, Xavier Blanc

  38. Using UML 2.0 Collaborations for Compositional Service Specification
    Richard T. Sanders, Rolv Braek

  39. Metamodel Reuse with MOF
    Xavier Blanc, Franklin Ramalho, Jacques Robin

  40. Refactoring OCL Annotated Class Diagrams
    Slavisa Markovic, Thomas Baar

  41. Scenario Construction Tool based on Extended UML Metamodel
    Michal Smialek, Jacek Bojarski, Wiktor Nowakowski, Tomasz Straszak

  42. Automated Invariant Maintenance via OCL Compilation
    Spencer Rugaber, Kurt Stirewalt

  43. Domain Models are Aspect Free
    Friedrich Steimann

  44. Model-Based Scalability Estimation in Inception-Phase Software Architecture
    Steve Masticola, Andre Bondi, Mark Hettish

  45. Uniform Support for Modeling Crosscutting Structure
    Maria Tkatchenko, Gregor Kiczales

  46. Transformation from CIM to PIM: A Feature-Oriented Component-Based Approach
    Wei Zhang, Hong Mei, Haiyan Zhao

Last updated: June 4, 2005