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R eferences [1] Haigh, T., “Crisis, What Crisis? Reconsidering the Software Crisis of the 1960s and the Origins of Software Engineering,” Thomas Haigh, 2011. Available: [2] Jones, C., “Software Quality in 2012: A Survey of the State of the Art,” Software Quality Group of New England, 2012. Available: [3] Stahl, T., Volter, M., Bettin, J., Haase, A., et al. Model-Driven Software Development: Technology, Engineering, Management , 1 ed. USA: John Wiley & Sons

-driven software de- velopment (MDSD) and domain-specific languages (DSLs) for variability management complement each other in ad- dressing the robotics software challenge. We outline how these approaches pave the way towards a software busi- ness ecosystem in robotics.We put a focus onto challenges still being considered as open and worth being addressed next. Keywords: Software systems engineering, system integra- tion, model-driven software development, robotics, busi- ness ecosystem. ACM CCS: Software and its engineering→ Software cre- ation and management DOI 10.1515/itit

computing services like data storage or scalable com- puting power are interesting in many concerns. This paper provides a model-based approach, which allows a configu- rable synthesis of the system architecture. As use cases two different scenarios of camera-based process monitoring are discussed. Schlagwörter Cyber-physisches System, modellgestützte Softwareentwicklung, Cloud Computing Keywords Cyber-Physical System, model-driven software development, cloud computing 1 Einleitung Der Einsatz Cyber-physischer Systeme in der Automa- tisierungstechnik steht erst in den

adaptation at applica- tion run-time. The approach was successfully tested in the de- velopment of two comprehensive pilot applications. Keywords: Modeling, Model-Driven Software Development, Self-Adapta- tion, Parameter Adaptation, Compositional Adaptation, Ubiqui- tous computing. 1 INTRODUCTION AND MOTIVATION With the emergence of Ubiquitous Computing the traditional bounds for human-computer interaction are removed and infor- mation processing is seamlessly integrated into everyday ob- jects and activities. Humans interact with computing devices and systems not only at

und eine ebensolche Vielfalt an Endgeräten wie Desktops, Smartphones etc. vorhanden ist, die unterstützt werden müssen. Be- stehende Vorgehensmodelle zur Soft- wareentwicklung müssen daher flexibili- siert und verbessert werden. Der junge Ansatz der modellgetriebe- nen Softwareentwicklung (engl. Model- Driven Software Development, MDSD) zielt auf diese Verbesserungen ab, indem er die Modellierung eines Softwaresys- tems in den Mittelpunkt rückt (Cernosek, Naiburg 2004). MDSD ist dabei kein neu- es Vorgehensmodell der Softwareent- wicklung an sich. Vielmehr

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examined and as a solution the Persistent Transformation Mapping is proposed . DOI 10 .1524/icom .2011 .0028 1 Model-Based User Interface Development 2 Model-Driven Software Development 3 Domain-Specific Language 4 Model Driven Development of Visualiza- tion Solutions in Industrial Automation 19 3/2011 i-com nutzerzentrierten Entwicklungsprozessen am Beispiel der Transformation von Movi- sa zu DISL5 (eines der Modelle des Usewa- re-Entwicklungsprozesses) dargestellt . Die vorgestellte Transformation ist ein mögli- cher Lösungsansatz für die allgemeinen

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," European Software Institute, Spain, 2003. [Online]. Available: V. Nikulsins and O. Nikiforova, "Transformations of SPEM models using query/view/transformation language to support adoption of model-driven software development lifecycle," in The 13th East-European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems (ADBIS) , September 2009. Riga, Latvia: JUMI Publishing House Ltd., 2009. E. Breton and J. Bezivin, "Process-centered model engineering," in Fifth IEEE International Enterprise Distributed

Architecture and Cloud Computing Environments . 2012, pp. 210. [10] S. Kedar, Database Management System , Technical Publications. 2009. p. 42. [11] S. Sumathi, S. Esakkirajan, Fundamentals of Relational Database Management Systems . Springer, 2007, p. 26. [12] U. Donins, J. Osis, A. Slihte, E. Asnina and B. Gulbis, “Towards the Refinement of Topological Class Diagram as a Platform Independent Model,” in J. Osis, O. Nikiforova (Eds.). Model-Driven Architecture and Modeling-Driven Software Development . ENASE 2011, 3 rd Whs. MDA&MDSD, SciTePress, Portugal, 2011. pp. 79

Domain Modeling. In: J. Osis, O. Nikiforova (Eds.). Model-Driven Architecture and Modeling-Driven Software Development: ENASE 2011, 3rd Whs. MDA&MDSD, SciTePress, Portugal, 2011, pp. 46 - 56. [15] U. Donins, J. Osis, A. Slihte, E. Asnina, B. Gulbis. Towards the Refinement of Topological Class Diagram as a Platform Independent Model. In: J. Osis, O. Nikiforova (Eds.). Model-Driven Architecture and Modeling-Driven Software Development: ENASE 2011, 3rd Whs. MDA&MDSD, SciTePress, Portugal, 2011. pp. 79 - 88. [16] Osis, J.: Software Development with Topological Model in the

References [1] UML Unified Modeling Language Specification, OMG document , [Online]. Available: [Accessed: Sept. 23, 2012] [2] Sejans J., Nikiforova O. Practical Experiments with Code Generation from the UML Class Diagram, Proceedings of MDA&MDSD 2011, 3rd International Workshop on Model Driven Architecture and Modeling Driven Software Development In conjunction with the 6th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering, Osis J., Nikiforova O. (Eds.), Beijing, China, June 8-11, 2011, SciTePress, Portugal