SEGRAVIS: Syntactic and SEmantic InteGRAtion of VIsual modelling techniques

Funding:

Research Training Network HPRN-CT-2002-00275, EUR ? (Leicester: EUR 50,000)

Duration:

October 2002 - September 2006

Summary:

Model-driven approaches to software development require precise definitions for modelling languages, their syntax and semantics, notions of consistency and refinement, as well as their mappings into implementations. To advance the state of the art and disseminate the knowledge, the SegraVis network offers research training grants to young researchers, allowing them to cooperate with the leading experts in the field. Solutions identified and developed in the network are employed to existing visual techniques, like the UML family of languages as well as graph and net-based languages, and they are evaluated with respect to their support for specific domains like software architecture and evolution, mobility and natural computing.

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University of Leicester
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