Csaba Debreceni

Csaba Debreceni
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Measurement and Information Systems

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Scalability in modeling has many facets, including the ability to build larger models and domain-specific languages (DSLs) efficiently. With the aim of tackling some of the most prominent scalability challenges in model-based engineering (MBE), the MONDO EU project developed the theoretical foundations and open-source implementation of a platform f...
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Large-scale cyber-physical systems are co-engineered, especially in safety-critical industries, by various specialists within an organization and, increasingly, across organizations. The collaborative aspect of the process is facilitated by hosting engineering artifacts in model repositories. In order to validate the adherence to design rules, perf...
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Model-based systems engineering necessitates effective collaboration between different collaborators, teams, and stakeholders. Traditional approaches used for managing concurrent code-based development don't naturally extend to collaborative modeling, which implies novel challenges. This article presents a collaborative-modeling framework that prov...
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The article “Enforcing fine-grained access control for secure collaborative modelling using bidirectional transformations”, written by Csaba Debreceni, Gábor Bergmann, István Ráth, Dániel Varró, was originally published electronically on the publisher’s internet portal (https://link.springer.com/journal/10270) on [11/21/2017 6:24:42 AM] without ope...
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Large-scale model-driven system engineering projects are carried out collaboratively. Engineering artefacts stored in model repositories are developed in either offline (checkout–modify–commit) or online (GoogleDoc-style) scenarios. Complex systems frequently integrate models and components developed by different teams, vendors and suppliers. Thus,...
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Model-based systems engineering of critical cyber-physical systems necessitates effective collaboration between different stakeholders while still providing secure protection of intellectual properties of all involved parties. While engineering artifacts are frequently stored in version control repositories, secure access control is limited to file...
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Scalability in modeling has many facets, including the ability to build larger models and domain specific languages (DSLs) efficiently. With the aim of tackling some of the most prominent scalability challenges in Model-based Engineering (MBE), the MONDO EU project developed the theoretical foundations and open-source implementation of a platform f...
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View models are key concepts of domain-specific modeling to provide task-specific focus (e.g., power or communication architecture of a system) to the designers by highlighting only the relevant aspects of the system. View models can be specified by unidirectional forward transformations (frequently captured by graph queries), and automatically mai...
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Large-scale model-driven system engineering projects are carried out collaboratively. Engineering artifacts stored in model repositories are developed in either offline (checkout-modify-commit) or online (GoogleDoc-style) scenarios. Complex systems frequently integrate models and components developed by different teams, vendors and suppliers. Thus...
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View models are key concepts of domain-specific modeling to provide task-specific focus (e.g., power or communication architecture of a system) to the designers by highlighting only the relevant aspects of the system under design. View models can b e specified by unidirectional graph queries, and automatically maintained from the underlying source...
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Industrial applications of model-driven engineering to develop large and complex systems resulted in an increasing demand for collaboration features. However, use cases such as model differencing and merging have turned out to be a difficult challenge, due to (i) the graph-like nature of models, and (ii) the complexity of certain operations (e.g. h...
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Design space exploration (DSE) aims to find optimal design candidates of a domain with respect to different objectives where design candidates are constrained by complex structural and numerical restrictions. Rule-based DSE aims to find such candidates that are reachable from an initial model by applying a sequence of exploration rules. Solving a...
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Design space exploration (DSE) aims to find optimal design candidates of a domain with respect to different objectives where design candidates are constrained by complex structural and numerical restrictions. Rule-based DSE aims to find such candidates that are reachable from an initial model by applying a sequence of exploration rules. Solving a...
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Views are key concepts of domain-specific modeling in order to provide specific focus of the designers by abstracting from unnecessary details of the underlying abstract model. Usually, these views are represented as models themselves (view models), computed from the source model. However, the efficient maintenance of views when the source model ch...
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In software development, the model-driven engineering (MDE) paradigm envisions a process starting from high-level system models and through several well-defined abstraction and refinement steps automatically derive source code, documentation or configuration artifacts. In MDE the concepts of view-models are widely used to provide specific focus for...

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