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Clark, Tony (2015)
Publisher: CETEVA
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: Computer Science - Software Engineering
Domain Specific Languages are\ud used to provide a tailored modelling notation\ud for a specific application domain. There are\ud currently two main approaches to DSLs: standard notations that are tailored by adding\ud simple properties; new notations that are\ud designed from scratch. There are problems\ud with both of these approaches which can\ud be addressed by providing access to a small\ud meta-language based on packages and classes.\ud A meta-modelling approach based on meta-packages allows a wide range of DSLs to be defined in a standard way. The DSLs can be processed using standard object-based extension at the meta-level and existing tooling can easily be defined to adapt to the new languages. This paper introduces the concept of meta-packages\ud and provides a simple example.
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