A paper describing our work in multi-modelling has been accepted for the ASWEC 2013 conference to be held in Melbourne in June. This paper describes our work in the multi-modeling project, led by Dr Claudia Szabo, providing initial experimental results and an overview of our multi-modelling architecture.
Multi-modelling supports the integration of different modelling languages so that changes made in one modelling framework can be reflected automatically, or semi-automatically, in others. This is important in our work on system execution modelling, as it is a key requirement in being able to trace requirements and performance issues between models in our system.
Claudia Szabo and Yufei Chen, A Model-driven Approach for Ensuring Change Traceability and Multi-Model Consistency. Accepted for the 22nd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2013), June 2013.