MDA y el papel de los modelos en el proceso de desarrollo de software
Quintero, J. B. (Juan Bernardo) | 2014-05-09
The role of models is critical in software development to enable the reuse of different software elements and to aid the work of several roles involved in the process. Model Driven Architecture (MDA) suggests a development process based on models realization and transformation. The principles in which MDA is based are abstraction, automation, and standardization. The central process of MDA is the transformation of models from the problem space (CIM) to platform specific models (PSM), passing across models describing a platform independent solution (PIM). In order to explain the model role in the software process development, this paper explores the main concept presented in the MDA proposal.