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Title: A Case Study on Coloured Petri Nets in object-oriented analysis and design
Authors: Barros, João Paulo
Jørgensen, Jens Bæk
Keywords: Requirements engineering
Executable use cases
Model transformation
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Barros, J.P., & Jorgensen, J.B. (2005). A Case study on coloured Petri Nets in object-oriented analysis and design. Nordic Journal of Computing, 12(3), 229-250.
Abstract: In this paper,we first demonstrate how a coloured Petri nets(CPN) model can be used to capture requirements for a considered example system, an elevator controller. Then, we show how this requirements-level CPN model is transformed into a design-level object-oriented CPN model, which is structurally and conceptually closer to class diagrams and object-oriented programming languages. The CPN models reduce the gap between user-level requirements and the respective implementation, thus simplifying the imple- mentation or code generation. Finally, we discuss the code generation from object-oriented CPN models.
Description: Selected Papers of the Second International Workshop on Model-Based Methodologies for Pervasive and Embedded Software (MOMPES'05), June 6, 2005, Rennes, France.
Peer reviewed: yes
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