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Foundational Concepts for Model Driven System Design

[document] Submitted on 24 November, 2009 - 05:23
Keywords Model Driven System Design (MDSD) model-driven development model-driven engineering

Model Driven System Design Working Group:
FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS
FOR MODEL DRIVEN SYSTEM DESIGN

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technical white paper
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Abstract

This paper presents an initial viewpoint
on an emerging technology: Model Driven System
Design (MDSD). In contrast, the current state of
practice has been characterized as document
centered. Practitioners of system design are well
aware of the technical and organizational difficulties
of implementing current approaches. By modeling
multiple aspects of a system throughout its life cycle,
this new view of system design offers dramatic gains
in productivity and product quality.

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Loyd Baker, Paul Clemente, Bob Cohen, Larry Permenter, Byron Purves, and Pete Salmon
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