Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: "Emergency Department" Case Study

M. El Hamlaoui, B. Coulette, S. Ebersold, S. Bennani, M. Nassar, A. Anwar, A. Beugnard, J. C. Bach, Y. Jamoussi, H. N. Tran

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Abstract

Generally, various models can be used to describe a given application domain on different aspects and thus give rise to several views. To have a complete view of the application domain, heterogeneous models need to be unified, which is a hard task to do. To tackle this problem, we have proposed a method to relate partial models without combining them in a single model. In our approach, partial models are organized as a network of models through a virtual global model called M1C (Model of correspondences between models) which conforms to a ubiquitous language based on a Meta-Model of Correspondences (MMC). This paper presents an application of our method to an "Emergency Department" case study. It has been performed as a collaborative process involving model designers and a supervisor. The focus is put on the building of the M1C model from 3 partial models.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18-27
Number of pages10
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume1731
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Keywords

  • Correspondences
  • Heterogeneous meta-models
  • Partial models
  • Refinement mechanism
  • Semantic expression

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  • Computer Science(all)

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El Hamlaoui, M., Coulette, B., Ebersold, S., Bennani, S., Nassar, M., Anwar, A., ... Tran, H. N. (2016). Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: "Emergency Department" Case Study. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 1731, 18-27.

Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models : "Emergency Department" Case Study. / El Hamlaoui, M.; Coulette, B.; Ebersold, S.; Bennani, S.; Nassar, M.; Anwar, A.; Beugnard, A.; Bach, J. C.; Jamoussi, Y.; Tran, H. N.

In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 1731, 2016, p. 18-27.

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El Hamlaoui, M, Coulette, B, Ebersold, S, Bennani, S, Nassar, M, Anwar, A, Beugnard, A, Bach, JC, Jamoussi, Y & Tran, HN 2016, 'Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: "Emergency Department" Case Study', CEUR Workshop Proceedings, vol. 1731, pp. 18-27.
El Hamlaoui M, Coulette B, Ebersold S, Bennani S, Nassar M, Anwar A et al. Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: "Emergency Department" Case Study. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 2016;1731:18-27.
El Hamlaoui, M. ; Coulette, B. ; Ebersold, S. ; Bennani, S. ; Nassar, M. ; Anwar, A. ; Beugnard, A. ; Bach, J. C. ; Jamoussi, Y. ; Tran, H. N. / Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models : "Emergency Department" Case Study. In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 2016 ; Vol. 1731. pp. 18-27.
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