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  • 1.
    Börstler, Jürgen
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Computing.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Computing.
    Alphonse, Carl
    Sanders, Bill
    Smialek, Michal
    Teaching Software Modeling in Computing Curricula2012Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Modeling is a key skill in software development. The ability to develop, manipulate and understand models for software is therefore an important learning objective in many CS/SE courses. In this working group, we investigated how and when (software) modeling is taught to help us better understand the key issues in teaching (software) modeling. Several shortcomings were found in common curricula, both in their understanding of the term "modeling" and in how they address its teaching. This WG report summarizes the fi ndings and formulates recommendations on the inclusion of software modeling courses in future CS/SE curricula.

  • 2. Dobrzanski, Lukasz
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    An Approach to Refactoring of Executable UML Models2006Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 3. Hnatkowska, Bogumila
    et al.
    Huzar, Zbigniew
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Tuzinkiewicz, Lech
    Refinement Relationship between Collaborations2003Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 4. Huzar, Zbigniew
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Reggio, Gianna
    Sourrouille, JL
    Consistency problems in UML-based software development2005Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This survey of the workshop series Consistency Problems in UML-based Software Development aims to help readers to find the guidelines of the papers. First, general considerations about consistency and related problems are discussed. Next, the approaches proposed in the workshop papers to handle the problems are categorized and summarized. The last section includes extended abstracts of the papers from the current workshop.

  • 5. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Proceedings of the 2nd Educators' Symposium2007Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Preface Putting the model-driven development (MDD) approaches and technologies for software-based systems vision, in which development is centered round the manipulation of models, into practice requires not only sophisticated modeling approaches and tools, but also considerable training and education efforts. To make people ready for MDD, its principles and applications need to be taught to practitioners in industry, incorporated in university curricula, and probably even introduced in schools. Industry is striving to improve their practice of software development by adopting MDD. The adoption, however, is determined by the availability of skilled software engineers who are educated and trained in modeling and model-driven development. On the other hand, teaching model-driven development skills slowly influences the practices in industry with an increasing number of graduates capable for realizing the vision of MDD The educator's symposium at the MoDELS conference, the premier conference devoted to the topic of model-driven engineering of software-based systems, is intended as a forum in which educators and trainers can meet to discuss pedagogy, use of technology in the classroom, and share their experience relevant to teaching modeling techniques and model-driven development. The first educators symposium was organized at MoDELS 2005. The leading topic of this symposium is the synergy between industrial needs, influences on education and vice versa. A special emphasis will be put on the synergy between industrial needs and university education. The papers accepted for presentation address the issues of industrial relevance of the education, which was one of the main topics of the symposium, such as: • experiences with teaching modeling throughout the software engineering curriculum • using project-based learning as a vehicle for teaching modeling • teaching modeling through student projects where parts of tools are implemented • teaching modeling in the context of J2EE applications • using an artificially created software development laboratory as a means of enhancing the motivation for learning modeling All papers determine model-driven software development as the necessary skills for the future software developers. The diversity of authors from various countries from 2 continents provides an opportunity to compare the industrial views on modeling – from modeling being a desired skill in industry to modeling being only a surplus (while the foreseen competence was in the tools and technologies). Ludwik Kuzniarz Symposium Chair

  • 6. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Angelis, Lefteris
    Empirical extension of a classification framework for addressing consistency in model based development2011In: Information and Software Technology, ISSN 0950-5849, E-ISSN 1873-6025, Vol. 53, no 3, p. 214-229Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Context: Consistency constitutes an important aspect in practical realization of modeling ideas in the process of software development and in the related research which is diverse. A classification framework has been developed, in order to aid the model based software construction by categorizing research problems related to consistency. However, the framework does not include information on the importance of classification elements. Objective: The aim was to extend the classification framework with information about the relative importance of the elements constituting the classification. The research question was how to express and obtain this information. Method: A survey was conducted on a sample of 24 stakeholders from academia and industry, with different roles, who answered a quantitative questionnaire. Specifically, the respondents prioritized perspectives and issues using an extended hierarchical voting scheme based on the hundred dollar test. The numerical data obtained were first weighted and normalized and then they were analyzed by descriptive statistics and bar charts. Results: The detailed analysis of the data revealed the relative importance of consistency perspectives and issues under different views, allowing for the desired extension of the classification framework with empirical information. The most highly valued issues come from the pragmatics perspective. These issues are the most important for tool builders and practitioners from industry, while for the responders from academia theory group some issues from the concepts perspective are equally important. Conclusion: The method of using empirical data from a hierarchical cumulative voting scheme for extending existing research classification framework is useful for including information regarding the importance of the classification elements.

  • 7.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Computing.
    Börstler, Jürgen
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Computing.
    Teaching Modeling—An Initial Classification of Related Issues2012In: Electronic Communications of the EASST, The European Association for the Study of Science and Technology EASST , 2012, Vol. 52, p. 65-69Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Modeling is an important skill needed in both science and engineering domains. In software engineering, in particular, models are ubiquitous artefacts. The development, manipulation and understanding of models is therefore an important learning objective. The paper presents the initial results of an attempt that has been carried out in order to classify issues related to the teaching and learning of modeling.

  • 8. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Huzar, Zbigniew
    Reggio, Gianna
    Sourrouille, Jean Louis
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Workshop on Consistency Problems in UML-based Software Development II2003Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Workshop materials of the Second Workshop on Consistency Problems in UML-based Software Development. The workshop is part of the Sixth International Conference on The Unified Modeling Language <<UML>> 2003

  • 9.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, Faculty of Computing, Department of Software Engineering.
    Martins, Luiz Eduardo Galvão
    Federal University of São Paulo, BRA.
    Teaching model-driven software development: A pilot study2016In: Proceedings of the 2016 ITiCSE Working Group Reports, ITiCSE 2016, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2016, p. 45-56Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Software development is a process starting with specification of requirements, then providing design of the required software and implementing the design. Introducing understanding of the process and teaching the skills required for conducting the process is an important learning objective in any CS/SE curriculum. Recently a new paradigm - model-driven software development - has been introduced and extensively used in order to manage increasing complexity in the development of software. We want to investigate and discuss the state-of-The-practice of teaching MDSD and further to provide suggestions on what to include in the teaching curricula and how to teach MDSD in a proper way. The paper presents the results of the work performed by the ITiCSE 2016 "Teaching Model-Driven Software Development" working group. The objective for the work performed at ITiCSE was to elaborate on a foreseen survey based framework for the research by performing a pilot study using the framework. The pilot study was supposed to validate the framework by performing the initial survey, presenting the results, drawing conclusions from the results but also to find out necessary changes and modifications for the research framework so that it could be used for further more extensive research. CCS Concepts • Computing methodologies→Modeling and Siumlation →Model development and analysis→Modeling methodologies • Social and professional topics → Professional topics→Computing education→Computing education programs?Software engineering education.

  • 10. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Pareto, Lars
    Sourrouille, Jean Louis
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Third International Workshop on Quality in Modeling2007Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 11. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Ratajski, J
    Code generation from UML based on specialized stereotype.2002Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 12. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Sourrouille, Jean LouisStaron, Miroslaw
    Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Quality in Modeling2007Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Preface Quality constitutes an important topic in software engineering and becomes an essential issue in studies on using models in software engineering. Software quality management is already widely researched and approached from multiple perspectives and viewpoints. However, the introduction of a new paradigm in software development – namely Model Driven Development (MDD) – raises new challenges in software quality management, and as such should be given a special attention. The goal of this workshop was to gather researchers and practitioners interested in the emerging issues of quality in the context of MDD. The workshop is intended to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of emerging issues related to software quality in MDD. The workshop is built upon the experience and discussions during the previous workshop on Quality in Modeling and a series of workshops on model consistency held annually at the UML and at EC-MDA conferences. The intention of this year’s workshop was to extend the scope of the previous activities and to contribute with possible post workshop joint activities. During the last year workshop at MoDELS 2006 there was a consensus that the issues of quality of models need to be researched from various perspectives – both industry practices and academic research hence industry perspective is intended to get a particular attention in this edition. Workshop is divided into two parts: Presentation part – when the accepted paper contributions were presented and discussed, Working part – when a guided discussion was conducted aimed at elaboration of a common quality model. The presentation part consists of two sessions, dedicated mainly for the presentation of accepted paper contributions with ample time allocated for questions and discussion and is structured into two sessions: Quality frameworks and models, Quality in practice. The rationale behind the working part was to carry out a prearranged discussion on a structured approach to quality in modeling, aimed at acquiring a common quality model. A short introduction is to be presented, followed by concise position statements of all participants based on addressing three questions related to model quality: What qualities of models and modeling matter? How do they relate to each other? How can they be measured? The statements are to be based on an existing quality framework, sent to the participants, aimed at unifying and structuring the answer to the questions. An ample time for discussion based on the statements was allocated. The contributions will be combined into a common quality model which will be published in the workshop results report.

  • 13. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Sourrouille, Jean LouisStaron, MiroslawChaudron, MichelStraeten, Ragnhild van der
    Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Quality in Modeling2007Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Preface Quality assessment and assurance constitute an important part of software engineering. The issues of software quality management are widely researched and approached from multiple perspectives and viewpoints. The introduction of a new paradigm in software development – namely Model Driven Development (MDD) and its variations (e.g., MDA [Model Driven Architecture], MDE [Model Driven Engineering], MBD [Model Based Development], MIC [Model Integrated Computing]) – raises new challenges in software quality management, and as such should be given a special attention. In particular, the issues of early quality assessment, based on models at a high abstraction level, and building (or customizing the existing) prediction models for software quality based on model metrics are of central importance for the software engineering community. The workshop is continuation of a series of workshops on consistency that have taken place during the subsequent annual UML conferences and recently MDA-FA. The idea behind this workshop is to extend the scope of interests and address a wide spectrum of problems related to MDD. It is also in line with the overall initiative of the shift from UML to MoDELS. The goal of this workshop is to gather researchers and practitioners interested in the emerging issues of quality in the context of MDD. The workshop is intended to provide a premier forum for discussions related to software quality and MDD. And the aims of the workshop are: - Presenting ongoing research related to quality in modeling in the context of MDD, - Defining and organizing issues related to quality in the MDD. The format of the workshop consists of two parts: presentation and discussion. The presentation part is aimed at reporting research results related to quality aspects in modeling. Seven papers were selected for the presentation out of 16 submissions; the selected papers are included in these proceedings. The discussion part is intended to be a forum for exchange of ideas related to understanding of quality and approaching it in a systematic way. Ludwik Kuzniarz Workshop chair

  • 14. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Best practices for teaching UML based software development2006Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Software development is the core activity performed within software engineering. The Unified Modelling Language (UML) has become a de facto standard language for expressing artefacts used and produced within software development process. As a result of that there is an expanding activity related to teaching the process of software development and the language at both higher education institutions and in software industry. The aim of the education in UML is to prepare software developers to effectively use UML and modelling at their work. Therefore guidelines on a proper way of teaching and learning processes and notations are foreseen. The paper elaborates on experiences and lessons learned from the course on UML based software development delivered as part of software engineering curriculum. In the paper we identify a set of best practices for teaching modelling and UML. The best practices are based on the experiences gathered from multiple course deliveries over a period of five years.

  • 15. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Extracting Initial UML Domain Models from Daml Plus OIL Encoded Ontologies2002Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The paper presents and elaborates on an automatic method for creating initial domain model using part of the knowledge contained in ontologies. It describes the method of how the initial domain model expressed in Unified Modeling Language (UML) can be obtained in an automated way from ontologies encoded in DAML+OIL. The solution is presented in the context of Unified Software Development Process, which uses UML as a modelling language. The elements necessary for construction of domain models are identified; a procedure for finding them in DAML+OIL encoded ontologies is described followed by suggestions for incorporation of the automatic domain model construction into software development process

  • 16. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Generating Domain Models from Ontologies.2002Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The paper presents and elaborates on the idea of automatic acquisition of knowledge about domain structure from ontologies into an object-oriented software development process. The information required to be included in the domain model produced during the development process is identified. The existence of the knowledge in ontologies is investigated. Requirements for ontology description languages are formulated followed by brief evaluation of existing languages against these requirements. A schema for domain knowledge acquisition is outlined. A realization of the schema is sketched in the paper while the implementation details can be found in the technical report.

  • 17. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Improving UML-based software development by using stereotypes for modeling persistency2003Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Persistency constitutes an important issue in software development and is of particular importance within object oriented design. However it seems that identification of persistent objects and their later design have not been given enough attention. The paper investigates one of UML-based software development process from the perspective of modeling persistency. Drawbacks of currently used typical approaches to modeling persistent data are identified and compared with mature techniques for database modeling. An improvement of the development process by providing means for modeling of persistency at early stages and introduction of data modeling technique into UML-based development process is proposed. The proposal is supported by a definition of UML persistent data modeling profile based on the usage of database technology for implementation persistency. Integration of the improvement with existing solutions for realization of persistency is also discussed.

  • 18. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    On model transformations in UML-Based Software Development Process2003Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Unified Modeling Language (UML) is becoming widely accepted standard notation for expressing artifacts within software development process. One of basic activities performed within such development process is producing new or modifying existing artefacts. This activity can be viewed as performing transformations. This work presents problem area of UML model transformations. It starts with clarification of the notion of a transformation and classification of transformations. Further it includes an attempt to introduce a systematic way of defining and implementing UML transformations. Focus is on practical aspects of the definition and the implementation process. An example of the usage of the approach is presented. Advantages of the approach are highlighted and research problems are listed.

  • 19. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    On Practical Usage of Stereotypes in UML-Based Software Development2002Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 20. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Two Techniques for UML Model Transformations2007In: International Journal of Computers and Applications, ISSN 1206-212X, E-ISSN 1925-7074, Vol. 29, no 1, p. 10-17Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    One of the basic activities within the software development process is the performing of model transformations. This work presents two techniques for realizing transformations of models expressed in the unified modeling language (UML). The techniques are in line with established approaches to systematically defining UML model transformations with object constraint language (OCL). Practical aspects of the definition and the implementation process are emphasized, followed by remarks on how the transformations can be used within the model driven architecture (MDA) approach to development of software systems. Advantages of the approach are highlighted.

  • 21. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Hellman, Erik
    Extracting information about domain structure from DAML+OIL encoded ontologies into UML2002Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The report presents and elaborates on the details of knowledge acquisiton process from ontologies into domain models. It identifies the knowledge about the domain structure which already exist in form of ontologies, and it also gives the justification why is this knowledge important from domain models perspective. The general idea along with the detailed description and implementation of the process is presented. As the process is based on various XML based technologies, these are shown and described. A small example is introduced for depiction of the practical usage of the method.

  • 22. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Wohlin, Claes
    An Empirical Study on Using Stereotypes to Improve Understanding of UML Models2004Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Stereotypes were introduced into the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to provide means of customizing this visual, general purpose, object-oriented modeling language, for its usage in specific application domains. The primary purpose of stereotypes is to brand an existing model element with a specific semantics. In addition, stereotypes can also be used as notational shorthand. The paper elaborates on this role of stereotypes from the perspective of UML, clarifies the role and describes a controlled experiment aimed at evaluation of the role – in the context of model understanding. The results of the experiment support the claim that stereotypes with graphical icons for their representation play a significant role in comprehension of models and show the size of the improvement.

  • 23. Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    et al.
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Wohlin, Claes
    Students as Study Subjects in Software Engineering experimentation2003Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 24.
    Petersen, Kai
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, Faculty of Computing, Department of Software Engineering.
    Vakkalanka, Sairam
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, Faculty of Computing, Department of Software Engineering.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, Faculty of Computing, Department of Software Engineering.
    Guidelines for conducting systematic mapping studies in software engineering: An update2015In: Information and Software Technology, ISSN 0950-5849, E-ISSN 1873-6025, Vol. 64, p. 1-18Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Context Systematic mapping studies are used to structure a research area, while systematic reviews are focused on gathering and synthesizing evidence. The most recent guidelines for systematic mapping are from 2008. Since that time, many suggestions have been made of how to improve systematic literature reviews (SLRs). There is a need to evaluate how researchers conduct the process of systematic mapping and identify how the guidelines should be updated based on the lessons learned from the existing systematic maps and SLR guidelines. Objective To identify how the systematic mapping process is conducted (including search, study selection, analysis and presentation of data, etc.); to identify improvement potentials in conducting the systematic mapping process and updating the guidelines accordingly. Method We conducted a systematic mapping study of systematic maps, considering some practices of systematic review guidelines as well (in particular in relation to defining the search and to conduct a quality assessment). Results In a large number of studies multiple guidelines are used and combined, which leads to different ways in conducting mapping studies. The reason for combining guidelines was that they differed in the recommendations given. Conclusion The most frequently followed guidelines are not sufficient alone. Hence, there was a need to provide an update of how to conduct systematic mapping studies. New guidelines have been proposed consolidating existing findings. © 2015 Elsevier B.V.

  • 25. Sourrouille, Jean Louis
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Pareto, Lars
    Mohagheghi, Parastoo
    Staron, Miroslaw
    Third International Workshop on Quality in Modeling2009Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Software quality management is widely researched within Model Driven Software Development (MDD), from both industry practices and academic research viewpoints. The goal of this workshop was to gather researchers and practitioners interested in the emerging issues of quality in the context of MDD. During the first part of the workshop, selected papers were presented and discussed. The second part was divided into two working sessions. The first session was devoted to the introduction of model quality into the software development process by drawing a parallel with quality of code. An invited practitioner introduced issues related to quality of code, followed by a guided discussion based on a list of predefined questions. The second session was dealing with future work and research interests of the participants.

  • 26. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Implementing Model Transformations for MDA2004Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 27. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Engineering2007Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Modeling is an integral part of software engineering. Models are built to both specify details for construction of software systems and to document software designs. The models are constructed using various methods and tools, such as the popular Unified Modeling Language, or emerging Domain Specific Modeling Languages. Modeling is intended to shrink the gap between the problem domain and the solution space by raising the levels of abstraction in software development and increasing the degree of automation. These, consequently, require new ways of developing the software, influencing such activities as requirements engineering, designing, testing, or running projects. Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Engineering – NWMODE – aims to continue the traditions of the past series of Nordic workshops on UML (NWUML) held throughout the Nordic region. The intention of the workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners working with modeling. The workshop topics include the emerging trends in modeling as well as empirical experiences of the existing methods. This year’s edition of the workshop contains a series of papers on the topics related to Software Product Lines, Domain Specific Modeling, model comparison techniques, or modeling of Service Oriented Architectures. It also contains two dedicated discussion sessions on the topics of quality in modeling and model comparison.

  • 28. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Properties of stereotypes from the perspective of their role in designs2005Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Stereotypes in object-oriented software development can be perceived in various ways and they can be used for various purposes. As a consequence of these variations, assessing quality of stereotypes needs to be purpose-specific. In this paper we identify eight types of stereotypes and provide a set of criteria for assessing quality of stereotypes. The criteria for each type are formed by a set of properties that characterizes its stereotypes. The identified types are based on the purpose of each stereotype (its role in designs) and its expressiveness. We identified the types of stereotypes and their properties in an empirical way by investigating stereotypes from UML profiles used in industrial software development. The properties are intended to be used in our further research for developing guidelines for creating and using stereotypes in a more efficient way.

  • 29. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Transformational Stereotypes: A Support for Transforming UML models2006Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 30. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Wallin, L.
    A Case Study on Transformation Focused Industrial MDA Realization2004Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 31. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Wallin, L.
    Factors Determining Effective Realization of MDA in Industry2004Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 32. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Wohlin, Claes
    An Industrial Replication of Empirical Evaluation of Using Stereotypes to Improve Comprehension of UML Models2004Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 33. Staron, Miroslaw
    et al.
    Kuzniarz, Ludwik
    Wohlin, Claes
    Empirical Assessment of Using Stereotypes to Improve Comprehension of UML Models: A Set of Experiments2006In: Journal of Systems and Software, ISSN 0164-1212 , Vol. 79, no 5, p. 727-742Article in journal (Refereed)
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