WMM 2020, Winter Modeling Meeting, January 18-25, 2020, Italy
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In today?s technological environment, models play a major role in understanding business needs, in requirements elicitation, and in software development. To facilitate these activities, in the past decades many modeling languages such as URN (for requirements), BPMN (for business process modeling) and the UML (for software development) were introduced both in the academia and in practice. Although the use of these models and modeling languages is gaining some traction in industry their use is still limited.
In order to better understand the challenges and the opportunities of software and system modelling, the 2nd Winter Modelling Meeting intends to provide researchers and practitioners a forum to discuss approaches to address the issues facing the appropriate use of models and related technologies. Participants will have the opportunity to share their knowledge, discuss their research findings, and explore cutting-edge topics in Modelling. The scope of the meeting is to examine the impediments that prevent modeling from being more prominently considered by students, researchers, and practitioners. Over the last few years, the terms ?modeling?, ?model-driven?, and ?model-based? are getting more and more unattractive. While modeling artifacts are increasingly pervasive in software and systems development, the general perception is that i) students seem to be reluctant in joining modeling courses; ii) modeling is no longer among the most trending research topics, and iii) although industry is actually making use of most model-driven concepts and techniques, they are hesitant to adopt many of the existing languages and tools, or to openly talk about model-driven developments.
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Hauptvortrag / Eingeladener Vortrag auf einer Tagung