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2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA )
ETFA focus is on the latest developments and new technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation. The conference aims to exchange ideas with both industry leaders and a variety of experienced researchers, developers, and practitioners from several industries, research institutes, and academia
The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.
ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations,trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the field of software engineering. The scopeis broad and includes all original and unpublished results of empirical, conceptual, experimental,and theoretical software engineering research.
ICST 2019 is intended to provide a common forum for researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, developments and applications in the area of Software Testing, Verification and Validation. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:Testing theory and practice, Testing in globally-distributed organizations, Model-based testing, Model-driven engineering and testing, Domain specific testing, Quality assurance, Model checking, Formal verification, Fuzzing, Inspections, Testing and analysis tools, Design for testability, Testing education, Technology transfer in testing, Testing of open source, etc. Besides research track papers, the conference also include doctoral forum, software testing contest and various workshops.
IEEE System, Man, and Cybernetics Society and IEEE Reliability Society announce the 14th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE) with its vast ramifications in numerous engineering fields such as control, computing, communication, information technology and in applications such manufacturing, defense, national security, aerospace, aeronautics, energy, environment, healthcare, and transportation. The conference theme is “Internet of Things as System of Systems”. Papers on theories, methodologies, and applications of System of Systems Engineering in science, technology, industry, and education are welcome.
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2016 IEEE/ACM 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion (ICSE-C), 2016
Developing software extensions for Web Content Management Systems (WCMSs) like Joomla, WordPress, or Drupal can be a difficult and time consuming process. In this demo we present JooMDD, an environment for model-driven development of software extensions for the WCMS Joomla. JooMDD allows the rapid development of standardised software extensions requiring reduced technological knowledge of Joomla. This implies that even inexperienced ...
2016 IEEE/ACIS 15th International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS), 2016
AngularJS is one of the widely used frameworks for modern single-page web application development which is designed to support dynamic views in the applications. To further assist AngularJS developers, this research proposes how the concept of model-driven development can be applied to AngularJS-based development. We propose a UML profile for AngularJS for building a model of an AngularJS web application, ...
2017 ACM/IEEE 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), 2017
We describe the use of model-driven development for safety assurance of a pioneering NASA flight operation involving a fleet of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) flying beyond visual line of sight. The central idea is to develop a safety architecture that provides the basis for risk assessment and visualization within a safety case, the formal justification of acceptable safety required ...
2018 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as one of the prominent concepts in academic discourse in recent times reflecting a wider trend by industry to connect physical objects to the Internet and to each other. The IoT is already generating an unprecedented volume of data in greater varieties and higher velocities. Making sense of such data is an emerging ...
2018 IEEE 9th Annual Information Technology, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference (IEMCON), 2018
Mobile application development for cross platform has been struggling with the increase in numbers of mobile devices and their specifications (i.e. screen sizes, resolutions etc.). Model-Driven Development (MDD) is a significant method to cope with this problem and allow the ultimate solution to change management as well. MDD is the next level in harnessing UML and development environments to manage ...
Opportunities in Physical Computing driven by Analog Realization - Jennifer Hasler: 2016 International Conference on Rebooting Computing
Piero P Bonissone - Lazy Meta-Learning - Creating Customized Model Ensembles on Demand
ICRA 2020-Live Project Demo: RobMoSys
Interview with IBM 701 development team, segment 2 of 5
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Requirements, Models, and Properties: Their Relationship and Validation
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2011 IEEE Awards Ernst Weber Engineering Leadership Recognition - Tze-Chiang Chen
KeyTalk with Vatche Vorperian: A Historical Perspective of the Development of the PWM Switch Model - APEC 2017
2011 IEEE Awards Corporate Innovation Recognition - imec
Shantanu Chakrabartty - SSCS Chip Chat Podcast, Episode 5
Collection, Modeling & Interpretation of Mobile Sensor Big Data - Santosh Kumar - IEEE EMBS at NIH, 2019
Micro-Apps 2013: EM Simulation Tools in Evolution within Circuit Design
IROS TV 2019- Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)- Human Centered Science and Technologies
Power Electronics for the Space Exploration Hype: APEC 2019
John S. Baras accepts the IEEE Simon Ramo Medal - Honors Ceremony 2017
From Edge To Core: Memory-Driven Hardware and Software Co-Design - IEEE Rebooting Computing Industry Summit 2017
Developing software extensions for Web Content Management Systems (WCMSs) like Joomla, WordPress, or Drupal can be a difficult and time consuming process. In this demo we present JooMDD, an environment for model-driven development of software extensions for the WCMS Joomla. JooMDD allows the rapid development of standardised software extensions requiring reduced technological knowledge of Joomla. This implies that even inexperienced developers are able to create their own functional WCMS extensions. This demonstrates that a model-driven approach is suitable for the domain of WCMSs. A supporting video illustrating the main features and a demonstration of JooMDD can be found at: https://youtu.be/Uy_WBIjPldI.
AngularJS is one of the widely used frameworks for modern single-page web application development which is designed to support dynamic views in the applications. To further assist AngularJS developers, this research proposes how the concept of model-driven development can be applied to AngularJS-based development. We propose a UML profile for AngularJS for building a model of an AngularJS web application, and a set of transformations that transform the model into a code template. The developer can then fill in the template to make a complete workable web application. Also, a transformation tool is developed to assist in constructing the code template. Using a case study application, the evaluation in terms of transformation rate shows that the automatically generated code covers 87% of the complete code of the case study, which means it could greatly help reduce development time.
We describe the use of model-driven development for safety assurance of a pioneering NASA flight operation involving a fleet of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) flying beyond visual line of sight. The central idea is to develop a safety architecture that provides the basis for risk assessment and visualization within a safety case, the formal justification of acceptable safety required by the aviation regulatory authority. A safety architecture is composed from a collection of bow tie diagrams (BTDs), a practical approach to manage safety risk by linking the identified hazards to the appropriate mitigation measures. The safety justification for a given unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operation can have many related BTDs. In practice, however, each BTD is independently developed, which poses challenges with respect to incremental development, maintaining consistency across different safety artifacts when changes occur, and in extracting and presenting stakeholder specific information relevant for decision making. We show how a safety architecture reconciles the various BTDs of a system, and, collectively, provide an overarching picture of system safety, by considering them as views of a unified model. We also show how it enables model-driven development of BTDs, replete with validations, transformations, and a range of views. Our approach, which we have implemented in our toolset, AdvoCATE, is illustrated with a running example drawn from a real UAS safety case. The models and some of the innovations described here were instrumental in successfully obtaining regulatory flight approval.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as one of the prominent concepts in academic discourse in recent times reflecting a wider trend by industry to connect physical objects to the Internet and to each other. The IoT is already generating an unprecedented volume of data in greater varieties and higher velocities. Making sense of such data is an emerging and significant challenge. Infographics are visual representations that provide a visual space for end users to compare and analyze data, information, and knowledge in a more efficient form than traditional forms. The nature of loT requires a continuum modification in how end users see information to achieve such efficiency gains. Conceptualizing and implementing Infographics in an loT system can thus require significant planning and development for both data scientists, graphic designers and developers resulting in both costs in terms of time and effort. To address this problem, this paper presents SiMoNa, a domain-specific modeling language (DSML) to create, connect, interact, and build interactive infographic presentations for loT systems efficiently based on the model-driven develonment (MDD) naradiam.
Mobile application development for cross platform has been struggling with the increase in numbers of mobile devices and their specifications (i.e. screen sizes, resolutions etc.). Model-Driven Development (MDD) is a significant method to cope with this problem and allow the ultimate solution to change management as well. MDD is the next level in harnessing UML and development environments to manage software development. Although researchers have devised many MDD techniques, languages and tools in the domain of mobile application development. Our conjecture to the best of our knowledge is, no research study is available yet that analyzes and summarizes the modern trends, tools and techniques in this context. Therefore, in this article, we performed a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) that recognizes 30 studies (2013-2018) where MDD is utilized for MAD. This leads to identification of 11 models, and 21 tools. Subsequently, a comprehensive analysis of MDD tools for mobile application is presented. The researchers and practitioners of mobile application domain shall find these findings amply valuable.
This article presents an implementation, based on model-driven development, that supports mutation testing techniques for the evaluation of test cases. The mutation of the code is carried out through a process of model transformations that starts with a transformation of a JAVA program to a representation of it in XMI, which satisfies the requirements of the JAVA metamodel. Later, mutation rules are applied to the model by means of a transformation, model by model, to generate a mutated version of the original program. Finally, JAVA code mutated again through a transformation, model to text, defined with MOF2Text. This last version is the one used to experiment with the different test cases. The main contribution of this work is the proposal of a mutation mechanism of JAVA programs that makes use of existing standards and tools in the context of model-driven development.
This chapter contains sections titled:Seeking a Better Level of AbstractionCode-Driven and Model-Driven DevelopmentAn Example: Modeling with a General-Purpose Language and a Domain-Specific LanguageWhat is DSM?When to Use DSM?Summary
The widespread dissemination of smart mobile devices enables new ways of collecting longitudinal data sets in a multitude of healthcare scenarios. On the one hand, mobile data collection can be accomplished more effectively and quicker compared with validated paper-based instruments. On the other hand, it can increase the data quality significantly and enable data collection in scenarios not covered by existing approaches so far. Previous attempts to utilize smart mobile devices for collecting data in these scenarios, however, often struggle with high costs for developing and maintaining mobile applications, which need to run on a multitude of mobile operating systems. Therefore, in the QuestionSys project, we are developing a generic (i.e., platform-independent) framework for enabling mobile data collection and sensor data integration in healthcare scenarios. The latter, in turn, is addressed by a model-driven approach, which is shown this paper along with the core components of the QuestionSys framework. In particular, it is shown how healthcare experts are empowered to create mobile data collection and sensing applications on their own and with reasonable efforts.
The development and use of Domain Specific Languages emerged as a way to cope with complex problems using concepts closer to the problem domain. By leveraging the principles proposed by Model-Driven Development (MDD), like the separation of concerns and the use of model transformations, this approach became popular and caused the emergence of a variety of languages, known as Domain Specific Modeling Languages (DSMLs). Moreover, the use of DSMLs with graphical notations abstracts even more the problem domain, either by using extensions of UML or directly using metamodeling languages. The definition and use of DSMLs is only possible through specific tools, known as languages workbenches. This paper discusses the analysis and comparison of three of these tools (namely Papyrus, Enterprise Architect and Sirius) that were used to create the XIS-Mobile language, a non-trivial DSML defined as a UML profile for modeling mobile applications in a platform-independent way. These tools were evaluated considering a set of key criteria (namely learnability, usability, graphical completeness, validation support, transformation support, evolvability and interoperability) which show their suitability to develop non-trivial languages.
Analysis and validation using simulation is a helpful tool in systems engineering, but requires in-depth knowledge of various aspects of the system itself, used model classes, and an appropriate software tool. Usually, this expertise is spread over a number of team members, thus making it a non- trivial task. A domain-specific simulation-based system design tool (termed here simulation-based application, SBA) could fill this gap. It hides the complexity of the model from the system designer and allows to configure parameters and analyze results in one single application. The necessary extra effort in software development compared to a bare modeling tool can be reduced with techniques for model-driven development. This paper presents an approach to use such methods to improve the development of SBA as a case of domain- specific software product lines. The workflow is described as well as the existing meta-model and applied techniques from model-driven development. The paper also shows the necessary elements of a meta model to describe SBAs. An example shows the complete workflow using an example of a wireless sensor networks for avionic applications.
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