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Foundations of Model-Driven Engineering

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The FMDE group headed by Professor Pierre Kelsen studies the fundamental concepts underlying model-driven engineering. Current research focuses on approaching model-driven engineering from a software language engineering perspective. In this context the main objective is to put the engineering of domain-specific languages on a sound theoretical basis. Limitations of the current crop of formal methods are tackled so that the methods grounded in theory become indeed applicable to industrial case studies.

Besides research in model-driven engineering (MDE) other research interest include applications of MDE in enterprise architecture as well as the design of efficient algorithms.

In Press

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2014

    Book Chapter

  • Advances in Model-Driven Security, Lucio Levi, Zhang Qin, Nguyen Phu Hong, Amrani Moussa, Klein Jacques, Vangheluwe Hans, Le Traon Yves, Memon Atif (Editor). In: Advances in Computers, Elsevier.

2013

    Conference Paper

  • Algorithms for Basic Compliance Problems, Colombo Tosatto Silvano, El Kharbili Marwane, Governatori Guido, Kelsen Pierre, Ma Qin, van der Torre Leon. In: 2nd International Workshop on Engineering Safety and Security Systems, ESSS 2013..
  • Relaxing Behavioural Inheritance, Amalio Nuno. In: Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science [=EPTCS], Open Publishing Association.
  • Towards an Abstract Framework for Compliance, Colombo Tosatto Silvano, Governatori Guido, Kelsen Pierre, Bagheri Ebrahim (Editor), Gasevic Dragan (Editor), Halle Sylvain (Editor), Hatala Marek (Editor), Motahari Nezhad Hamid R. (Editor), Reichert Manfred (Editor). In: Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International EDOC 2013 Conference Workshops, Vancouver, Canada, 9 September 2013..