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Title
Model Driven Hypermedia Development Method
Authors
Carlos Solís Pineda
José H. Canós-Cerdá
María Carmen Penadés Gramaje
Manuel Llavador Campos
Published in
Proceedings of the International Conference WWW/Internet (IADIS), October 2006, pp. 321-328, ISBN 972-8924-19-4 - 2006
Abstract
This paper introduces the Model-Driven Hypermedia Development Method (MDHDM). It is a software process model that applies Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) to the generation of hypermedia applications starting from both process models and object oriented conceptual models. The method provides complete guidance for all the phases of the software development lifecycle, from the analysis phase to the implementation phase. MDHDM benefits from the automation of the software development process provided by MDE. Formal transformation rules have been defined to automatically generate navigational elements from process and conceptual models. MDHDM starting point is the process model. It is suitable for modelling Business Process and Safety Oriented Systems. In addition, MDHDM provides template patterns for generating the final hypermedia application from the navigational model, as well as a tool that support the method.


BibTeX
@misc{issi_web:id:223,
        title =  "Model Driven Hypermedia Development Method",
        author = "Carlos Solís Pineda and José H. Canós-Cerdá and María Carmen Penadés Gramaje and Manuel Llavador Campos",
        booktitle = "Proceedings of the International Conference WWW/Internet (IADIS), October 2006, pp. 321-328, ISBN 972-8924-19-4",
        year = "2006",
        eprint = "http://issi.dsic.upv.es/publications/archives/f-1225209212329/icwi2006Final.pdf",
        url = "",
        abstract = "This paper introduces the Model-Driven Hypermedia Development Method (MDHDM). It is a software process model
that applies Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) to the generation of hypermedia applications starting from both process
models and object oriented conceptual models. The method provides complete guidance for all the phases of the software
development lifecycle, from the analysis phase to the implementation phase. MDHDM benefits from the automation of
the software development process provided by MDE. Formal transformation rules have been defined to automatically
generate navigational elements from process and conceptual models. MDHDM starting point is the process model. It is
suitable for modelling Business Process and Safety Oriented Systems. In addition, MDHDM provides template patterns
for generating the final hypermedia application from the navigational model, as well as a tool that support the method."
}