Modeling ubiquitous web applications - The WUML approach

G. Kappel, B. Pröll, W. Retschitzegger, W. Schwinger. Modeling ubiquitous web applications - The WUML approach. volume 2465, pages 183-197, 2002.

  • Gerti Kappel
  • Birgit Pröll
  • Werner Retschitzegger
  • Wieland Schwinger
  • H. Arisawa
  • Y. Kambayashi
  • V. Kumar
  • H.C. Mayr
  • I. Hunt
BuchConceptual Modeling for New Information Systems Technologies
TypIn Sammelband
SerieLecture Notes in Computer Science
Abstract The web is more and more used as a platform for full-fledged, increasingly complex information systems, where a huge amount of change-intensive data is managed by underlying database systems. From a software engineering point of view, the development of such so called DataWeb applications requires proper modeling methods in order to ensure architectural soundness and maintainability. The goal of this paper is twofold. First, a framework of requirements, covering the design space of DataWeb modeling methods in terms of three orthogonal dimensions is suggested. Second, on the basis of this framework, eight representative modeling methods for DataWeb applications are surveyed and general shortcomings are identified pointing the way to next-generation modeling methods.