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Record number 497889
Title Parallel Application Development Using Architecture View Driven Model Transformations
Author(s) Arkin, E.; Tekinerdogan, B.
Source In: Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development : 3rd International conference, Angers, France, 9 February 2015 / Desfray, P., Filipe, J., Hammoudi, S., Pires, L.F., Springer (Communications in computer and information science ) - ISBN 9783319278698 - p. 82 - 97.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-27869-8_5
Department(s) Information Technology
WASS
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2015
Abstract o realize the increased need for computing performance the current trend is towards applying parallel computing in which the tasks are run in parallel on multiple nodes. On its turn we can observe the rapid increase of the scale of parallel computing platforms. This situation has led to a complexity of parallel application development that is not scalable and tractable anymore for manual processing, and therefore automated support is required to design and implement parallel applications. To this end, we present a model-driven transformation chain for supporting the automation of the lifecycle of parallel computing applications. The model-driven transformation chain adopts metamodels that are derived from architecture viewpoints. The transformation chain is defined as a logical sequence consisting of model-to-model transformations. We present the tool support that implements the metamodels and transformations.
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