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Case study: Modeling a crisis management system using the AMoDE-RT approach and DERAF

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1 Author(s)
Marco A. Wehrmeister ; Fed. Univ. of Technol.-Parana (UTFPR), Curitiba, Brazil

This paper describes the modeling phase of the Aspect-oriented Model-Driven Engineering for Real-Time systems (AMoDE-RT) design approach for embedded real-time system. A Crisis Management System (bCMS) has been modeled with the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and AMoDE-RT modeling guidelines, including the non-functional requirements specification using aspect-oriented concepts by means of using Distributed Embedded Real-time Aspects Framework (DERAF), Aspects Crosscutting Overview Diagram (ACOD), and join Point Designation Diagram (JPDD). bCMS static structure is depicted using the class diagram, and its overall behavior is shown using the UML state machine diagram. The individual runtime scenarios are specified using sequence diagrams. This case study demonstrates how AMoDE-RT might be used outside the context of the embedded systems domain, since the bCMS covers an information system and more resourceful computing systems.

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Comparing Requirements Modeling Approaches Workshop (CMA@RE), 2013 International

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16-16 July 2013