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Modeling variability in template-based code generators for product line engineering
Generating software from abstract models is a prime activity in model-driven engineering. Adaptable and extendable code generators are important to address changing technologies as well as user needs. However, they are less established, as variability is often designed as configuration options of monolithic systems. Thus, ...
An extended symbol table infrastructure to manage the composition of output-specific generator information
Code generation is regarded as an essential part of model-driven development (MDD) to systematically transform the abstract models to concrete code. One current challenges of templatebased code generation is that output-specific information, i.e., information about the generated source code, is not explicitly modeled ...
NESTML: a modeling language for spiking neurons
Biological nervous systems exhibit astonishing complexity. Neuroscientists aim to capture this complexity by modeling and simulation of biological processes. Often very complex models are necessary to depict the processes, which makes it difficult to create these models. Powerful tools are thus necessary, which enable ...
Tunit - unit testing for template-based code generators
Template-based code generator development as part of model-driven development (MDD) demands for strong mechanisms and tools that support developers to improve robustness, i.e., the desired code is generated for the specified inputs. Although different testing methods have been proposed, a method for testing only parts ...
Infrastructure to use OCL for runtime structural compatibility checks of simulink models
Functional development of embedded software systems in the automotive industry is mostly done using models consisting of highly adjustable and potentially reusable components. A basic pre-requisite for reuse is structural compatibility of available component versions and variants. Since each vendor in the automotive ...