Re: Help...Verify UML Design
Re: Help...Verify UML Design
I missed this message, sorry.
I attend to MoDELS 2006 last year and paricpated to Robert&Betty discussion.
As far as I understand, we have sometimes slightly different objectives,
approaches and this is fine (research is about that). However everything
should obviously be connected (research is about that).
I see no fundamentals reason why this should not be the case.
For instance, in the last years we have been in contact with people
managing other kinds of repositories such as grammar repositories and
language repositories. Such there are sometimes huge amount of work
behind that (i.e. a database with 6000 languages). There is no point in
having one-hegemonic-one-country-one-team repository (whatever the
team, country, etc :-) ), but there is no point in having disconnected
ressources. The idea of zoo of zoo is fundamental.
Behind that word, it is important to see what are the objectives.
My proposal is that everybody that are interested in that should attend
the discussion about this topic at MoDELs. Should be nice to have a
alloted slot for that and explicit publicity around this.
>Yes, such a repository is sorely needed.
>There is a project that aims to build such a model repository. Betty Cheng,
>Jim Bieman and I recently received a National Science Foundation planning
>grant to explore the development of a repository of models to support
>MDD-related research and education. There will be a website soon on the
>project and I will keep this listed about its progress. If you're interested
>in helping/contributing to the effort please contact me. We also plan to
>discuss our ideas with attendees at MoDELS 2006.
>>===== Original Message From "Greg O'Keefe" <email@example.com> =====
>>On Sun, 2006-06-25 at 00:40, Islam Essam wrote:
>>>Does any body could help me in finding such a sw UML
>>>design (includes Class Diagram, Sequence Diagram,
>>>State Diagram,...) to test/verify my tool on it???
>>I do not have a model for you Islam, sorry.
>>But I thought I'd grab this opportunity to jump on the soap-box again
>>and say: We need a library of models!
>>This would be point of comparison for different tools and approaches.
>>Some of you might know about TPTP (thousands of problems for theorem
>>provers) which is enormously useful to the automated theorem proving
>>people. Linguists have huge databases ("corpus") of text. The famous
>>model transformation example (classes -> database schema) was really
>>useful in this way.
>>I have considered entering a sample of the toy models found in the UML
>>formalisation literature into EMF/UML2, which might be a useful
>>beginning. It would be much better to obtain some real-life models from
>>Computer Sciences Laboratory
>>Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering
>>RSISE Building 115
>>The Australian National University
>>Canberra ACT 0200
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Received on Wed 28 Jun 2006 - 10:06:57 BST