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Model Transformation of Domain-Specific Models

Application of the theory of DSMLs and MDA

Duncan G. Doyle

This Master Thesis describes the transformation of models defined in a proprietary Domain- Specific Modelling Language, used in the Fortis ASR Papillon Software Factory, into models defined in an industry standard non-proprietary modelling language. This transformation process is necessary in order to assure the continuity of application development and maintenance when the Papillon Software Factory reaches the end of its life cycle.

The transformation process described in this thesis involves the creation of meta-models using an industry standard meta-modelling languages, the recreation of object oriented model structures from model data stored in relational databases and the transformation of model instances from one modelling language into another.

The transformation process focuses on the Model Driven Architecture (MDA) approach. Various techniques and technologies are used, including the Extensible Markup Language (XML), Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT), the Meta Object Facility (MOF), the Unified Modelling Language (UML), MOF Query / View / Transformation (MOF QVT) and the Model Transformation Framework (MTF).


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