Data and Query Adaptation Using DaemonX

Authors

  • Marek Polák Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Martin Chytil Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Karel Jakubec Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Vladimír Kudelas Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Peter Piják Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Martin Nečaský Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague
  • Irena Holubová Department of Software Engineering, Charles University in Prague

Keywords:

Evolution management, data adaptation, query adaptation

Abstract

The most common applications of the today's IT world are information systems. The problems related to their design and implementation have sufficiently been solved. However, the true problems occur when an IS is already deployed and user requirements change. In this paper we introduce DaemonX - an evolution management framework which enables to manage evolution of complex applications efficiently and correctly. Using the idea of plug-ins, it enables to model almost any kind of a data format (currently XML, UML, ER, and BPMN). Since it preserves also mapping among modeled constructs of modeled formats via a common platform-independent model, it naturally supports propagation of changes to all related and affected parts.

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Published

2015-06-19

How to Cite

Polák, M., Chytil, M., Jakubec, K., Kudelas, V., Piják, P., Nečaský, M., & Holubová, I. (2015). Data and Query Adaptation Using DaemonX. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 34(1), 99–137. Retrieved from http://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/2040

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