Inlämning av Examensarbete / Submission of Thesis

Muhammad Nadeem Khan; Syed Shahid Mujtaba MSE-2007:13, pp. 61. TEK/avd. för interaktion och systemdesign, 2007.

The work

Författare / Author: Muhammad Nadeem Khan, Syed Shahid Mujtaba,
Titel / Title: Minimizing the Impact of Changes to UML Class Diagrams on Existing Java Implementations
Abstrakt Abstract:

Model Driven Development (MDD) is considered as a powerful emerging paradigm for developing system software and services. MDD relies heavily on the models to generate part of the code for implementation. It is virtually inevitable that changes at the model level result in breaking the compatibility with the existing code base. The study presented in this thesis is performed in an industrial setting. Our industrial partner is involved in MDD and has experienced compatibility problems described above. The aim of this thesis is to identify the changes that can be made to UML class diagram and investigate what kind of negative impact they pose on the compatibility with already existing Java implementations. Apart from identifying possible model changes and assessing their negative impact the thesis provides suggestions and guidelines of how to perform such modifications so that their negative impact will be minimized.

Ämnesord / Subject: Datavetenskap - Computer Science\Software Engineering

Nyckelord / Keywords: Model Driven Development, Model-To-Code Transformations, Change Impact, Incompatibility

Publication info

Dokument id / Document id:
Program:/ Programme Software Engineering
Registreringsdatum / Date of registration: 06/22/2007
Uppsatstyp / Type of thesis: D-Uppsats/Magister/Master


Handledare / Supervisor: Mikael Svahnberg
Examinator / Examiner: Dr Robert Feldt
Organisation / Organisation: Blekinge Institute of Technology
Institution / School: TEK/avd. för interaktion och systemdesign
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I samarbete med / In co-operation with: Ericsson AB, Karlskrona
Anmärkningar / Comments:

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Files & Access

Bifogad uppsats fil(er) / Files attached: ms thesis.pdf (641 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster)