SDL 2005: Model Driven: 12th International SDL Forum, Grimstad, Norway, June 20-23, 2005, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th International SDL Forum, SDL 2005, held in Grimstad, Norway.

The 16 revised full and 8 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on language issues, engineering issues, message sequence charts, applications and tools, model driven architecture, test and validation, and code generation. Thus all ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th International SDL Forum, SDL 2005, held in Grimstad, Norway.

The 16 revised full and 8 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on language issues, engineering issues, message sequence charts, applications and tools, model driven architecture, test and validation, and code generation. Thus all aspects of system design using system design languages are addressed.

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Language Issues.- ULF-Ware – An Open Framework for Integrated Tools for ITU-T Languages.- An Access Control Language for Dynamic Systems – Model-Driven Development and Verification.- Non-deterministic Constructs in OCL – What Does any() Mean.- Engineering Issues.- Integrating RT-CORBA in SDL.- Component Development: MDA Based Transformation from eODL to CIDL.- Service Discovery and Component Reuse with Semantic Interfaces.- ns+SDL – The Network Simulator for SDL Systems.- Message Sequence Charts.- Semantics of Message Sequence Charts.- Compositional Semantics for UML 2.0 Sequence Diagrams Using Petri Nets.- Applications and Tools (Short Papers).- SDL Design of OSPF Prool for the Wireless Private Network.- ASM and SDL Models of Geographic Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Modeling Route Change in Soft-State Signaling Prools Using SDL: A Case of RSVP.- Experiences in Using SDL to Support the Design and Implementation of a Logical Link Layer Prool.- Modeling, Verifying and Testing Mobility Prool from SDL Language.- Cinderella SLIPPER: An SDL to C-Code Generator.- Model Driven Architecture (Short Papers).- Model-Driven Development of Reactive Systems with SDL.- A UML-Compatible Formal Language for System Architecture Description.- Test and Validation.- UCM-Driven Testing of Web Applications.- Network Element Testing Using TTCN-3: Benefits and Comparison.- A Compositional Approach to Service Validation.- Consistency Checking of Concurrent Models for Scenario-Based Specifications.- Code Generation.- SDL Code Generation for Open Systems.- SDL Versus C Equivalence Checking.- Synthesizing State-Machine Behaviour from UML Collaborations and Use Case Maps.

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