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Title
De Modelos de Proceso a Modelos Navegacionales
Authors
Carlos Solís Pineda
José H. Canós-Cerdá
Manuel Llavador Campos
María Carmen Penadés Gramaje
Published in
De modelos de procesos a modelos navegacionales. Latin America Transactions, IEEE. Vol.5(4), pp. 238-244. ISSN: 1548-0992. - 2007
Abstract
The navigational model, in many methods for hypermedia development, is built based on the structural elements. The dynamic aspects that affect the navigation are not taken in account, although some recent approaches include these dynamic aspects after the generation of a navigational model based on the data structures. In this work we show how to obtain navigational models from process models, as a result the navigational model are more realistic. The method follows a model driven and object oriented approach, for the definition of model transformations. The transformations between the elements in the process model and the navigational model are given. Finally, the applications of that rules are shown through an example.


BibTeX
@misc{issi_web:id:221,
        title =  "De Modelos de Proceso a Modelos Navegacionales",
        author = "Carlos Solís Pineda and José H. Canós-Cerdá and Manuel Llavador Campos and María Carmen Penadés Gramaje",
        booktitle = "De modelos de procesos a modelos navegacionales. Latin America Transactions, IEEE. Vol.5(4), pp. 238-244. ISSN: 1548-0992.",
        year = "2007",
        eprint = "http://issi.dsic.upv.es/publications/archives/",
        url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TLA.2007.4378512",
        abstract = "The navigational model, in many methods for hypermedia development, is built based on the structural elements. The dynamic aspects that affect the navigation are not taken in account, although some recent approaches include these dynamic aspects after the generation of a navigational model based on the data structures. In this work we show how to obtain navigational models from process models, as a result the navigational model are more realistic. The method follows a model driven and object oriented approach, for the definition of model transformations. The transformations between the elements in the process model and the navigational model are given. Finally, the applications of that rules are shown through an example."
}