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210 PIK 31 (2008) 4 SERVICE-ORIENTED COMPUTING 10.1515/piko.2008.0037 K.G. Saur Verlag, München, 2008 S. Kätker, and S. Patig Model-Driven Development for Service-Oriented Architectures in Practice Stefan Kätker is with SAP AG since 2001. He is leading the company-wide development and application of SOA and business process modeling me- thodologies. Stefan received a diploma in computer science in 1992 from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Er- langen-Nürnberg, Germany. In 1992 he joined the IBM European Networ- king Center in Heidelberg, Germany, where he

Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), San Francisco, CA, USA , pp. 188-193. Diouf, M., Maabout, S. and Musumbu, K. (2007). Merging model driven architecture and Semantic Web for business rules generation, in M. Marchiori, J. Z. Pan and C. de Sainte Marie (Eds.), Web Reasoning and Rule Systems, First International Conference, RR 2007, Innsbruck, Austria , Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 4524, Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. 118-132. Distante, D., Pedone, P., Rossi, G. and Canfora, G. (2007). Model-driven development of Web applications with UWA

3/2007 i-com 5Modellgetriebene Webanwendungen Alexander Knapp, Nora Koch, Martin Wirsing und Gefei Zhang UWE – Ein Ansatz zur modellgetriebenen Entwicklung von Webanwendungen UWE – An Approach for the Model-Driven Development of Web Applications Webanwendungen_MDD_Modellierung_Modelltransformationen_UML-Profil Zusammenfassung. UWE (UML-based Web Engineering) ist ein Ansatz zur modellgetriebenen Entwicklung von Websyste- men. Die UWE-Notation ist speziell an die intuitive Modellierung von Webanwendungen angepasst; UWE umfasst einen werk- zeugunterstützten

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3/2007 i-com 37Grafische Benutzerschnittstellen Stefan Link, Thomas Schuster, Philip Hoyer und Sebastian Abeck Modellgetriebene Entwicklung grafischer Benutzerschnittstellen Model-Driven Development of Graphical User Interfaces Grafische Benutzerschnittstellen_Modellgetriebene Architektur_Modellgetriebene Softwareentwicklung Zusammenfassung. Der Ansatz der modellgetriebenen Soft- wareentwicklung fokussiert Modelle als Spezifikation von Soft- ware und deren automatische Transformation bis hin zum Quell- code der gewünschten Zielplattform. Da eine durchgehende

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3/2007 i-com 31Multimodale Benutzerschnittstellen Alexander Behring, Matthias Heinrich, Matthias Winkler und Waltenegus Dargie EMODE – Modellgetriebene Entwicklung multimodaler, kontextsensitiver Anwendungen EMODE – Model-driven Development of Multimodal, Context Sensitive Applications MDSE_Interactive Systems_MDA_Multimodal_Context Sensitive_User Interface Zusammenfassung. Die Entwicklung multimodaler, kontext- sensitiver Anwendungen gewinnt zunehmend an Interesse. Je- doch stellen diese höhere Anforderungen an den Softwareent- wicklungsprozess. In

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Understanding of domain phenomena and their interrelations is necessary for successful software development. The knowledge frame system based on principles of Topological Functioning Modelling (TFM) can be used for this purpose at the Computation Independent level within Model Driven Development. Research on knowledge formats showed that inferring in the closed world paradigm and similarity to the object-oriented paradigm made frames an attractive candidate to the knowledge representation format. Frames can hold information necessary for generation of the TFM. The knowledge system based on the principles of the TFM does not allow inferring ambiguous facts and leads to the more complete discovery of knowledge.

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using a game development environment. Keywords: Biosignal processing, model driven development, biomechanical modelling, model parameter visualization, methods from game development. https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2018-0130 1 Introduction Model driven development is well known in the automotive or aerospace industries and is considered state of the art there. In the field of biosignal processing, this development approach has only been used recently, e.g. in modeling approaches in the area of occupancy sensing systems [1] or to model physiological time

modelling of the sensor behavior in the nursing bed is described in detail with regard to their oscillation behavior and the influence on the model. Keywords: Biosignal processing, model driven development, biomechanical modelling, motion pattern database, modelling https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2017-0160 1 Introduction The 13th coordinated population pre-calculation of the Federal Statistical Office of the Federal Republic of Germany [1] has determined for the year 2060 that the share of the under 20-year-olds will fall to 16% and the proportion of the 20

of individual movement sequences of different persons a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based approach is presented. Keywords: Biosignal processing, model driven development, biomechanical modelling, motion pattern database, averaging motion pattern data. https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2018-0093 1 Introduction In the field of MoCap systems, a great deal of progress has been made in terms of precision and reliability in the recent years. The systems were originally intended for use in computer game development, however, there are more and more applications in