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Evento: 'Palestra: Model Driven Tool Interoperability, an Application in Bug Tracking'

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Data: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 At 10:00
Duração: 2 Horas
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Convidamos para a palestra a seguir dentro do nosso projeto de cooperacao internacional CNPq-Inria.

Data: 12/12/2006 (3a.feira)
Hora: 10:00h
Local: I-248 (NACAD)

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Palestra: Model Driven Tool Interoperability, an Application in Bug Tracking

Marcos Didonet Del Fabro
Work with: Jean Bézivin and Patrick Valduriez
Atlas Team, INRIA and LINA, Nantes, France



Interoperability of heterogeneous data sources has been extensively studied in data integration applications. However, the increasing number of tools that produce data with very different formats, such as bug tracking, version control, etc., produces many different kinds of semantic heterogeneities.

These semantic heterogeneities can be expressed as mappings between the tools metadata which describe the data manipulated by the tools. However, the semantics of complex mappings (n:1, 1:m and n:m relationships) is hard to support. These mappings are usually directly coded in executable transformations using arithmetic expressions. And there is no adapted mechanism to create and reuse complex mappings.

In this talk we present our model-driven approach to capture different kinds of complex mappings using correspondence models. The main advantage is to use high level specifications for the correspondence models that enable representing different kinds of mappings. The correspondence models are partially generated by semi-automatic algorithms that exploit the structure of the models. The correspondence models may be used to automatically produce executable transformations. To validate our approach, we provide an experimentation with a real world scenario using two well known bug tracking tools, Mantis and Bugzilla. The solution is implemented as an open source Eclipse plugin, called AMW (Atlas Model Weaver) at http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/amw. It is part of the AMMA platform (Atlas Model Management Architecture).

Marcos Didonet Del Fabro

AMW - The ATLAS Model Weaver project

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