From model-driven software development processes to problem diagnoses at runtime

Yu, Yijun; Tun, Thein Than; Bandara, Arosha K.; Zhang, Tian and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2014). From model-driven software development processes to problem diagnoses at runtime. In: Models@run.time -- Foundations, Applications, and Roadmaps (Bencome, Nelly; France, Robert; Cheng, Betty H.C. and Aßmann, Uwe eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 188–207.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08915-7_7

Abstract

Following the “convention over configuration” paradigm, model-driven software development (MDSD) generates code to implement the “default” behaviour that has been specified by a template separate from the input model. On the one hand, developers can produce end-products without a full understanding of the templates; on the other hand, the tacit knowledge in the templates is subtle to diagnose when a runtime software failure occurs. Therefore, there is a gap between templates and runtime adapted models. Generalising from the concrete problematic examples in MDSD processes to a model-based problem diagnosis, the chapter presents a procedure to separate the automated fixes from those runtime gaps that require human judgments.

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