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Defining Service-Oriented Software Architecture Models for a MDA-based Development Process at the PIM level

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4 Author(s)
Lopez-Sanz, M. ; Rey Juan Carlos Univ., Madrid ; Acuna, C.J. ; Cuesta, C.E. ; Marcos, E.

Although the development of service-based software has evolved greatly in the last years, there is still a lack of accurate development methodologies applied to service orientation. To solve this, we focus on the model- driven development approach, and more specifically in MDA, the proposal by the OMG, as it is one of the main trends in nowadays software engineering. Accordingly, we propose to define a service-oriented software architecture (SOSA) model within a model-driven methodological framework called MIDAS, for the adaptable and flexible development of modern systems. In the present work we study the concepts and elements that need to be defined at a platform independent and neutral abstraction level. This paper reflects our proposal of PIM-level architecture model for service-oriented software architectures within MIDAS.

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Software Architecture, 2008. WICSA 2008. Seventh Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on

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18-21 Feb. 2008