||Toulouse, France. September 30, 2008
|ACM/IEEE 11th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
The series of OCL workshops in general has these general objectives:
- To be an analysis and discussion forum on central topics regarding the evolution of OCL.
- To be a catalyst supporting the selection of those OCL features that by better specification and extension will significantly increase the attractiveness for
- To stimulate the development of appropriate tools needed for realizing new OCL requirements and supporting well-established ones.
This particular workshop has these specific objectives:
- To develop a feature matrix for comparing OCL tools.
- To compare today's OCL tools.
- To detect overlapping functionality.
- To highlight complementary features.
- To define a top-five list of missing features.
This workshop solicits research contributions and experience reports related to the development, application, evaluation and comparison of the OCL language and of all kinds of OCL-related tools.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Innovative OCL tools:
- validation, verification, and testing,
- model transformation and code-generation,
- tool specific solutions to open problems in the OCL standard.
- Useful algorithms, libraries and patterns for OCL.
- Complexity results for the OCL language.
- Quality models for comparing and evaluating OCL tools.
- Benchmarks for OCL tools:
- input/output tests for compilers/interpreters,
- performance tests.
- New requirements for OCL tools.
- Reuse and interoperability of OCL tools.
- Experience reports:
- usage of OCL and OCL tools in complex domains,
- usability of the OCL and of the OCL tools for end-users.
2008-09-28: Workshop room: Diamant (level 1, go left after role staircase (at top of the map)
2008-09-26: Final Program.