Abilio G. ParadaEliane SiegertLisane B. de Brisolara

The development of embedded software differs from the development of traditional software, mainly due to hard constrains related to the embedded platform and the tiny time-to-market. Allied to the high complexity found on emergent embedded systems, these difficulties motivate for the use of Model-driven Engineering (MDE) approaches to provide abstraction and automation for embedded software design process. To enable the effective use of the MDE paradigm, tools are required to capture models, transform models, and to generate code. This paper presents the development of a tool to support the use of MDE in the embedded software development, which reads a UML model, capturing its elements and generating code from them. The developed tool prototype is able to generate skeleton of Java code from UML class diagrams.

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Abilio G. ParadaEliane SiegertLisane B. de Brisolara

The development of embedded software differs from the development of traditional software, mainly due to hard constrains related to the embedded platform and the tiny time-to-market. Allied to the high complexity found on emergent embedded systems, these difficulties motivate for the use of Model-driven Engineering (MDE) approaches to provide abstraction and automation for embedded software design process. To enable the effective use of the MDE paradigm, tools are required to capture models, transform models, and to generate code. This paper presents the development of a tool to support the use of MDE in the embedded software development, which reads a UML model, capturing its elements and generating code from them. The developed tool prototype is able to generate skeleton of Java code from UML class diagrams.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/sim/2011/0037.pdf

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