Model-driven Software Engineering

Model-driven engineering (MDE) is the primary use of, often visual, models for software engineering.

We are investigating how models are used in the automotive industry and what affects the adoption of this technology. This work is part of the NECSIS research network.

For more information, see:

Adrian Kuhn, Gail C. Murphy and C. Albert Thompson. An exploratory study of forces and frictions affecting large-scal model-driven development. MODELS 2012. 

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