Graphic summary
  • Show / hide key
  • Information


Scientific and technological production
  •  

1 to 50 of 63 results
  • Non-Functional Requirements as drivers of Software Architecture Design

     Ameller, David
    Defense's date: 2014-01-23
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    En las últimas décadas, la ingeniería de software se ha convertido en un área importante de investigación. Como investigadores, debemos identificar un problema, una necesidad o un hueco en algún tema de investigación, una vez identificado hacemos un esfuerzo para producir nuevas técnicas, métodos y herramientas que esperamos contribuyan a mejorar el problema detectado. En la esta tesis el problema identificado fue la necesidad de dar soporte a los requerimientos no funcionales en el diseño de la arquitectura de software donde estos requisitos actúan como los impulsores en la toma de decisiones arquitectonicas .Esta tesis se inició con la idea de usar una disciplina relativamente nueva en la ingeniería de software, el desarrollo dirigido por modelos, ya que era un buen lugar para proponer una solución para el problema detectado. Planteamos nuestra visión de cómo los requisitos no funcionales se pueden integrar en el desarrollo dirigido por modelos y cómo esta integración tendría un impacto en las actividades de diseño arquitectónico.Cuando empezamos a producir nuestras técnicas, métodos y herramientas para el desarrollo dirigido por modelos nos dimos cuenta de que había un hueco importante en relación con el conocimiento arquitectónico y que debía resolverse previamente al problema inicial. Gran parte del conocimiento de cómo los requisitos no funcionales afectan al diseño de la arquitectura de software está oculta. Esta situación provocó un giro en esta tesis: ¿que necesitábamos para entender arquitectos?, ¿cómo piensan y cómo se toman las decisiones arquitectónicas?, ¿cuál es el papel de los requisitos no funcionales en el proceso de toma de decisiones de arquitectura?, y ¿en qué medida son los requisitos no funcionales importantes en este proceso? Todas estas preguntas necesitaban una respuesta, una respuesta que sólo los arquitectos podían proporcionar. En consecuencia, decidimos conducir varios estudios empíricos para responder a estas preguntas.Al mismo tiempo, nos pusimos a trabajar en una forma de representar este conocimiento, una ontología de arquitectura de software que integra los requisitos no funcionales. Usando como base esta ontología, se diseñó un método para ayudar a los arquitectos en el proceso de toma de decisiones de arquitectura y una herramienta que actúa como una prueba de concepto de ambos, la ontología y el método.En resumen, esta tesis explora cómo los requisitos no funcionales están integrados en las prácticas de diseño de arquitectura de software y propone formas para mejorar su integración y facilitar el trabajo de los arquitectos proporcionando los medios para ayudarles en el proceso de toma de decisiones de arquitectura.

  • Enforcement of conceptual schema quality issues in current integrated development environments

     Aguilera Moncusi, David; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-21
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    We believe that one of the most effective ways of increasing the quality of conceptual schemas in practice is by using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that enforces all relevant quality criteria. With this view, in this paper we analyze the support provided by current IDEs in the enforcement of quality criteria and we compare it with the one that could be provided given the current state of the art. We show that there is a large room for improvement. We introduce the idea of a unified catalog that would include all known quality criteria. We present an initial version of this catalog. We then evaluate the effectiveness of the additional support that could be provided by the current IDEs if they enforced all the quality criteria defined in the catalog. We focus on conceptual schemas written in UML/OCL, although our approach could be applied to other languages.

  • A complete set of guidelines for naming UML conceptual schema elements

     Aguilera Moncusi, David; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    Data and knowledge engineering
    Date of publication: 2013-11-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    We focus on the problem of naming conceptual schema elements in UML, which is faced by conceptual modelers every time they define a new element that requires a name. The problem is significant because in general there are many elements that require a name, and the names given have a strong influence on the understandability of that schema. We propose a guideline for every kind of element to which a conceptual modeler may give a name in UML. The guideline comprises the grammar form of the name and a pattern sentence. A name complies with our guideline if it has that form and the sentence generated from the pattern sentence is grammatically well-formed and semantically meaningful. The main novelty of our proposal is that it is (as far as we know) the first that provides a naming guideline for each kind of element of conceptual schemas in UML.

  • Lightweight and Static Verification of UML Executable Models  Open access

     Planas Hortal, Elena
    Defense's date: 2013-03-21
    Department of Software, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    Executable models play a key role in many development methods (such as MDD and MDA) by facilitating the immediate simulation/implementation of the software system under development. This is possible because executable models include a fine-grained specification of the system behaviour using an action language. Executable models are not a new concept but are now experiencing a comeback. As a relevant example, the OMG has recently published the first version of the “Foundational Subset for Executable UML Models” (fUML) standard, an executable subset of the UML that can be used to define, in an operational style, the structural and behavioural semantics of systems. The OMG has also published a beta version of the “Action Language for fUML” (Alf) standard, a concrete syntax conforming to the fUML abstract syntax, that provides the constructs and textual notation to specify the fine-grained behaviour of systems. The OMG support to executable models is substantially raising the interest of software companies for this topic. Given the increasing importance of executable models and the impact of their correctness on the final quality of software systems derived from them, the existence of methods to verify the correctness of executable models is becoming crucial. Otherwise, the quality of the executable models (and in turn the quality of the final system generated from them) will be compromised. Despite the number of research works targetting the verification of software models, their computational cost and poor feedback makes them difficult to integrate in current software development processes. Therefore, there is the need for efficient and useful methods to check the correctness of executable models and tools integrated to the modelling tools used by designers. In this thesis we propose a verification framework to help the designers to improve the quality of their executable models. Our framework is composed of a set of lightweight static methods, i.e. methods that do not require to execute the model in order to check the desired property. These methods are able to check several properties over the behavioural part of an executable model (for instance, over the set of operations that compose a behavioural executable model) such as syntactic correctness (i.e. all the operations in the behavioural model conform to the syntax of the language in which it is described), non-redundancy (i.e. there is no another operation with exactly the same behaviour), executability (i.e. after the execution of an operation, the reached system state is -in case of strong executability- or may be -in case of weak executability- consistent with the structural model and its integrity constraints) and completeness (i.e. all possible changes on the system state can be performed through the execution of the operations defined in the executable model). For incorrect models, the methods that compose our verification framework return a meaningful feedback that helps repairing the detected inconsistencies.

  • A Filtering Engine for Large Conceptual Schemas  Open access

     Villegas Niño, Antonio
    Defense's date: 2013-01-29
    Department of Software, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

    Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • A method for the definition and treatment of conceptual schema quality issues

     Aguilera Moncusi, David; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-17
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    n the literature, there are many proposals of quality properties of conceptual schemas, but only a few of them (mainly those related to syntax) have been integrated into the development environments used by professionals and students. A possible explanation of this unfortunate fact may be that the proposals have been defined in disparate ways, which makes it difficult to integrate them into those environments. In this paper we define quality properties in terms of quality issues, which essentially are conditions that should not happen, and we propose a unified method for their definition and treatment. We show that our method is able to define most of the existing quality properties in a uniform way and makes it possible to integrate quality issues into development environments. The method can be adapted to several languages. We present a prototype implementation of our method as an Eclipse plugin. We have evaluated the potential usefulness of our method by analyzing the presence of a set of quality issues in a set of conceptual schemas developed by students as part of their projects.

  • Access to the full text
    Alf-verifier: an Eclipse plugin for verifying Alf/UML executable models  Open access

     Planas, Elena; Sànchez Mendoza, David; Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2012
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    In this demonstration we present an Eclipse plugin that implements a lightweight method for verifying fine-grained operations at design time. This tool suffices to check that the execution of the operations (specified in Alf Action Language) is consistent with the integrity constraints defined in the class diagram (specified in UML) and returns a meaningful feedback that helps correcting them otherwise.

    Postprint (author’s final draft)

  • An Eclipse plugin for improving the quality of UML conceptual schemas

     Aguilera Moncusi, David; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-16
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The development of an information system requires its conceptual schema to be of high quality. Classically, this quality comprises properties such as syntactic and semantic correctness, relevance, and completeness, but many other quality properties have been proposed in the literature. In this demonstration we integrate some published quality properties in Eclipse by extending the core functionalities of MDT. These properties include syntactic issues, naming guidelines, and best practices. A quality property is defined using OCL and is specified in an XML file. The set of quality properties included in our tool is available on an online public catalog that can be extended to include new quality properties. We use XSLT to present this catalog in a friendly manner to users that access it using a web browser.

  • Formal semantics and ontological analysis for understanding subsetting, specialization and redefinition of associations in UML

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Guizzardi, Giancarlo
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2011-11-01
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • An Eclipse plugin for validating names in UML conceptual schemas

     Aguilera Moncusi, David; García Ranea, Raúl; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2011-10-31
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Lightweight verification of executable models

     Planas Hortal, Elena; Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International Conference on Conceptual Modeling
    Presentation's date: 2011-11-03
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Enhancing the semantics of UML association redefinition

     Nieto, Pilar; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Data and knowledge engineering
    Date of publication: 2011-02
    Journal article

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Access to the full text
    On the meanings of subsetting, specialization and redefinition in UML  Open access

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Guizzardi, Giancarlo
    Date: 2011-06-27
    Report

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    UML 2 has improved the expressiveness of the language with respect to associations in several manners. A significant one has been the introduction of the association redefinition concept. Association subsetting and association specialization have been included in UML since its earliest versions and share some relevant features with association redefinition. These similarities among the three constructs make it frequently difficult, especially to novice users, to: decide which one of these concepts is the best suited to model a particular situation; systematically justify their modelling choices. In this report, we present a preliminary empirical investigation on these constructs using as a benchmark a catalogue of model examples produced by different authors which can be considered experts in the conceptual modelling field.

  • Generating operation specifications from UML class diagrams: a model transformation approach

     Albert, Manoli; Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Pelechano, Vicente
    Data and knowledge engineering
    Date of publication: 2011-04
    Journal article

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Lightweight executability analysis of graph transformation rules

     Planas Hortal, Elena; Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Guerra, Esther; Lara, Juan de
    IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-23
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Automatic generation of basic behavior schemas from UML class diagrams

     Albert, Manoli; Cabot Sagrera, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Pelechano, Vicente
    Software and systems modeling
    Date of publication: 2010-01-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The specification of a software system must include all relevant static and dynamic aspects of the domain. Dynamic aspects are usually specified by means of a behavioral schema consisting of a set of system operations that the user may execute to update the system state. To be useful, such a set must be complete (i.e. through these operations, users should be able to modify the population of all elements in the class diagram) and executable (i.e. for each operation, there must exist a system state over which the operation can be successfully applied). A manual specification of these operations is an error-prone and time-consuming activity. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to present a strategy for the automatic generation of a basic behavior schema. Operations in the schema are drawn from the static aspects of the domain as defined in the UML class diagram and take into account possible dependencies among them to ensure the completeness and executability of the operations.We believe our approach is especially useful in a Model-Driven Development setting, where the full implementation of the system is derived from its specification. In this context, our approach facilitates the definition of the behavioral specification and ensures its quality obtaining, as a result, an improved code generation phase.

  • Access to the full text
    On the semantics of redefinition, specialization and subsetting of associations in UML (extended version)  Open access

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Nieto Soler, Pilar
    Date: 2010-10-06
    Report

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The definition of the exact meaning of conceptual modeling concepts is considered a relevant issue since it enhances their effective and appropriate use by designers and facilitates the automatic processing of the models where they are included. Three related concepts that permit to improve the definition of an association in UML and which still lack of a formal semantic definition are: association redefinition, association specialization and association subsetting. This paper formalizes their semantics and points out the similarities and differences that exist among them. The formalization we propose is based on the meta-modelling approach and a semantic domain composed of a set of basic UML concepts and OCL expressions, which have a previous formal definition in the literature and which are well-understood.

  • Evaluating the consistency between navigation and data models for web applications

     Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International journal of information system modeling and design
    Date of publication: 2010-09-02
    Journal article

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCION DE UN ASISTENTE AL MODELADO CONCEPTUAL

     Pastor Collado, Juan Antonio; Tort Pugibet, Albert; Conesa Caralt, Jordi; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Villegas Niño, Antonio; Raventós Pagès, Ruth; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Mayol Sarroca, Enric; Aguilera Moncusi, David; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Verifying action semantics specifications in UML behavioral models

     Planas Hortal, Elena; Cabot Sagrera, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2009-06-06
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    MDD and MDA approaches require capturing the behavior of UML models in sufficient detail so that the models can be automatically implemented/executed in the production environment. With this purpose, Action Semantics (AS) were added to the UML specification as the fundamental unit of behavior specification. Actions are the basis for defining the fine-grained behavior of operations, activity diagrams, interaction diagrams and state machines. Unfortunately, current proposals devoted to the verification of behavioral schemas tend to skip the analysis of the actions they may include. The main goal of this paper is to cover this gap by presenting several techniques aimed at verifying AS specifications. Our techniques are based on the static analysis of the dependencies between the different actions included in the behavioral schema. For incorrect specifications, our method returns a meaningful feedback that helps repairing the inconsistency.

  • Improving the Definition of General Constraints in UML

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Raventós Pagès, Ruth; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Software and systems modeling
    Date of publication: 2008-01
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Drawing Preconditions of Operation Contracts from Conceptual Schemas

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2008-06
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Reverse Egineering of OO constructs in Object-Relational Database Schemas

     Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Planas Hortal, Elena; Rodriguez Gonzalez, M. Elena
    XIII Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Evolving Temporal Conceptual Schemas: The Reification Case

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni; López, J R
    Date of publication: 2008-10
    Book chapter

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Verificación de la ejecutabilidad de operaciones definidas con Action Semantics

     Planas Hortal, Elena; Cabot, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    XIII Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos. V Taller sobre Desarrollo de Software Dirigido por Modelos, MDA y Aplicaciones
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • A Catalogue of Refactorings for Navigation Models

     Jordi, Cabot; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International Conference on Web Engineering
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Deriving Operation Contracts from UML Class Diagrams

     Cabot, J; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2007-09
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • On the Quality of Navigation Models with Content-Modification Operations

     Cabot, J; Ceballos, J; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2007-08
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Desarrollo de software dirigido por modelos de aplicaciones web a partir de procesos de negocio

     Teniente Lopez, Ernest; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Use and evaluation of Electre TRI 2.0a

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Ladevesa, Jesús; Muniganti, Purushotham; Gibert Oliveras, Karina; Valls Mateu, Aïda
    Date: 2007-07
    Report

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Generating Operation Contracts from UML Class Diagrams: A template-based Approach

     Cabot Sagrera, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    XII Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos (JISBD 2007)
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • On the Use of Association Redefinition in UML Class Diagrams

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2006-11
    Journal article

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Facilitating the Definition of General Constraints in UML

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Raventós Pagès, Ruth; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2006-10
    Journal article

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Declarative Specification of Taxonomic Constraint Enforcement in Conceptual Schemas

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    The 18th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Especificación declarativa del reforzamiento de restricciones de asociaciones en esquemas conceptuales

     Nieto Soler, Pilar; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Santiago, A
    Date of publication: 2006-09
    Book chapter

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Especificación Declarativa del Reforzamiento de Restricciones de Asociaciones en Esquemas Conceptuales

     Pilar, Nieto; Santiago, Antonio; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    XI Jornadas de Ingeniería del Software y Bases de Datos (JISBD 2006)
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Facilitating the Definition of General Constraints in UML (extended version)

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Queralt Calafat, Anna; Raventós Pagès, Ruth; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Date: 2006-04
    Report

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Facilitating the Definition of General Constraints in UML

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
    Presentation's date: 2006-10-04
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Construcción de un entorno integrado para el desarrollo centrado en el esquema conceptual de sistemas de información

     Olive Ramon, Antoni; Mayol Sarroca, Enric; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Raventós Pagès, Ruth
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Declarative Taxonomic Constraint Enforcement in Conceptual Schemas

     Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Date: 2005-04
    Report

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Evolving Derived Entity Types in Conceptual Schemas in the UML

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2003-06
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • EVOLUCIÓ DE LES TAXONOMIES DE TIPUS D'ENTITAT EN ESQUEMES CONCEPTUALS EN UML

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Defense's date: 2003-07-09
    Department of Software, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • A simple yet useful approach to implementing UML Profiles in current CASE tools

     Cabot Sagrera, Jordi; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Workshop in Software Model Engineering
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Diseño de sistemas software en UML

     Teniente Lopez, Ernest; Olive Ramon, Antoni; Mayol Sarroca, Enric; Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Date of publication: 2003-07
    Book

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Enginyeria del software: Disseny I. Disseny de sistemes orientats a objectes amb notació UML" (5ª Edició)

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Mayol Sarroca, Enric; Olive Ramon, Antoni; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Date of publication: 2003-10
    Book

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Evolving Partitions in Conceptual Schemas in the UML

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Olive Ramon, Antoni
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2002-05
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Enginyeria del software: Disseny I. Disseny de sistemes orientats a objectes amb notació UML" (4ª Edició)

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Mayol Sarroca, Enric; Olive Ramon, Antoni; Teniente Lopez, Ernest
    Date of publication: 2002-01
    Book

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Evolving Partitions in Conceptual Schemas in the UML

     Gómez Seoane, Cristina
    Advanced Information Systems Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2002-05-30
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Desarrollo de un entorno avanzado de ayuda a la modelización conceptual de sistemas de información

     Olive Ramon, Antoni; Gómez Seoane, Cristina; Teniente Lopez, Ernest; Costal Costa, Maria Dolors; Raventós Pagès, Ruth
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share