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Datum 2021/07/14 12:00 – 2021/07/14 13:00
Ort Teams
Vortragende(r) Dirk Neumann
Forschungsgruppe Student
Titel A systematic literature review of cross-domain model consistency checking by model management tools
Autoren Weslley Torres, Mark G. J. van den Brand & Alexander Serebrenik
PDF https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s10270-020-00834-1.pdf
URL https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10270-020-00834-1
BibTeX https://dblp.org/rec/journals/sosym/TorresBS21.html?view=bibtex
Abstract Objective: The goal of this study is to identify gaps and challenges related to cross-domain model management focusing on consistency checking. Method We conducted a systematic literature review. We used the keyword-based search on Google Scholar, and we identified 618 potentially relevant studies; after applying inclusion and exclusion criteria, 96 papers were selected for further analysis. Results The main findings/contributions are: (i) a list of available tools used to support model management; (ii) 40% of the tools can provide consistency checking on models of different domains and 25% on models of the same domain, and 35% do not provide any consistency checking; (iii) available strategies to keep the consistency between models of different domains are not mature enough; (iv) most of the tools that provide consistency checking on models of different domains can only capture up to two inconsistency types; (v) the main challenges associated with tools that manage models on different domains are related to interoperability between tools and the consistency maintenance. Conclusion: The results presented in this study can be used to guide new research on maintaining the consistency between models of different domains. Example of further research is to investigate how to capture the Behavioral and Refinement inconsistency types. This study also indicates that the tools should be improved in order to address, for example, more kinds of consistency check.