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An ATL transformation from natural language requirements models to business models of a MDA project

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7 Author(s)
Debnath, N. ; Winona State Univ., Winona, MN, USA ; Leonardi, M.C. ; Ridao, M. ; Mauco, M.V.
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MDA is a software development framework where the core is a set of automatic transformations of models. One of these models, the CIM (Computer Independent Model), is used to define the business process model. Though a complete automatic construction of the CIM is not possible, we have proposed the integration of some natural language requirements models and we have defined a strategy to derive a CIM from these models. In this paper, we present an ATL transformation that implements this strategy to obtain a UML class diagram representing a preliminary CIM from requirements models. This transformation fits with MDA approach.

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ITS Telecommunications (ITST), 2011 11th International Conference on

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23-25 Aug. 2011

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