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Model-driven Development of Microservice Architecture: An Experiment on the Quality in Use of a UML- and a DSL-based Approach
Microservice Architecture denotes a software architectural style for service-based software systems whereby business capabilities are encapsulated in autonomously developable and deployable services. To foster a more efficient development it is considered feasible to apply the means of Model-driven Development in order to handle the complexity of such a distributed system and avoid the manual creation of boilerplate code using code generation. In this paper, we present and evaluate two modeling approaches for ...
Software Stories Guide
Software Stories are a simple graphical notation for requirements analysis and design in agile software projects. Software Stories are based on example scenarios. Example scenarios facilitate the communication between lay people or domain experts and software experts.
A Framework for TEI-Based Scholarly Text Editions
In this paper, we describe an interdisciplinary project in which visualization techniques were developed for and applied to scholarly work from literary studies. The aim was to bring Christof Schöch's electronic edition of Bérardier de Bataut's Essai sur le récit (1776) to the web. This edition is based on the Text Encoding Initiative's XML-based encoding scheme (TEI P5, subset TEI-Lite). This now de facto standard applies to machine-readable texts used chiefly in the humanities and social sciences. The intention of ...