Specifying and Maintaining the Correspondence between Architecture Models and Runtime Observations

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Vortragende(r) Alessandro Giusa
Vortragstyp Bachelorarbeit
Betreuer(in) Robert Heinrich
Termin Fr 15. September 2017
Kurzfassung The goal of this thesis is to provide a generic concept of a correspondence model (CM) to map high-level model elements to corresponding low-level model elements and to generate this mapping during implementation of the high-level model using a correspondence model generator (CGM). In order to evaluate our approach, we implement and integrate the CM for the iObserve project. Further we implement the proposed CMG and integrate it into ProtoCom, the source code generator used by the iObserve project. We first evaluate the feasibility of this approach by checking whether such a correspondence model can be specified as desired and generated by the CGM. Secondly, we evaluate the accuracy of the approach by checking the generated correspondences against a reference model.