An Iterative process for adaptive meta- and instance modeling

M. Himsl, D. Jabornig, W. Leithner, P. Regner, T. Wiesinger, J. Küng, D. Draheim. An Iterative process for adaptive meta- and instance modeling. volume 4653, pages 519-528, 9, 2007.

Autoren
  • Melanie Himsl
  • Daniel Jabornig
  • Werner Leithner
  • Peter Regner
  • Thomas Wiesinger
  • Josef Küng
  • Dirk Draheim
Editoren
  • R. Wagner
  • N. Revell
  • G. Pernul
BuchProc. 18th Int. Conf. on Database and Expert Systems Applications - DEXA 2007
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagSpringer
SerieLecture Notes in Computer Science
Band4653
ISBN978-3-540-74467-2
Monat9
Jahr2007
Seiten519-528
Abstract In this paper we propose a practice for organizing modeling activity. We see substantial, successful modeling efforts in enterprises, e.g., in our logistics, manufacturing, banking and insurance projects, even without model-driven engineering metaphor. The focus of our discussion is the working domain expert. The working domain expert desires tool support, service support, and adaptivity of the modeling approach. We discuss these topics in the proven framework of the IT Infrastructure Library.