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Lecture Notes in Informatics

Software Engineering 2012 P-198, 169-180 (2012).

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Model-based analysis of design artefacts applying an annotation concept

Daniel Merschen , Yves Duhr , Thomas Ringler , Bernd Hedenetz and Stefankowalewski


In automotive software development, dependencies among process artefacts, i. e. requirements, implementation and test cases, are often not obvious. This causes time-intensive manual analysis efforts to incorporate changes during software evolution. Therefore, automated tool support is essential to establish an efficient change management during the software life cycle. This paper presents a model-based concept which integrates the artefacts themselves as well as development-related meta information about them to establish both functional and process-related artefact analyses. To this end, we represent them as models in the Eclipse Modeling Framework and apply model transformations to support different kinds of automated analyses.

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