MDE4SA 2021 - 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for Software Architecture (Berardinelli)
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Responsiveness to ever-evolving requirements, heterogeneous market needs, and technology shifts are only a few of the challenges affecting modern software systems and their Software Architectures (SAs). Such challenges require ad-hoc methodologies, technologies, and tools for being dealt with efficiently. Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is a software engineering paradigm that uses the principles of abstraction and separation of concerns for tackling the complexity of modern software systems and their development. Models are not considered mere documentation but as well-defined artefacts that can be automatically manipulated using programs also known as model transformations. In recent years, the interplay between MDE and SA has gained both research and industrial attention. Modelling languages can be used for representing SAs (e.g., AADL, ArchiMate); model transformations can be used for automating almost all tasks of the development process, e.g., design, code generation, simulation and analysis, consistency checking, traceability management, etc.
MDE4SA 2021 aims at promoting and fostering discussion on novel ideas, techniques and possibly controversial approaches on the interplay of MDE and SA. The workshop aims to establish a forum where both researchers and practitioners can share open challenges and discuss innovative solutions.