Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry
Participants : Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Didier Vojtisek, Benoit Baudry, Benoit Combemale.
OPEES is an ITEA2 project which goal is to build a community able to ensure long-term availability of innovative engineering technologies in the domain of software-intensive embedded systems. Its main benefits should be to perpetuate the methods and tools for software development, minimize ownership costs, ensure independence of development platform, integrate, as soon as possible, methodological changes and advances made in academic world, be able to adapt tools to the process instead of the opposite, take into account qualification constraints. In this purpose, OPEES relies on the Eclipse Modelling Project platform (EMF, GEF, GMF, OCL, UML2, ...) and on many available tools such as Kermeta.
The participation of Triskell into the OPEES project aims at industrializing both Kompose and MDE-test. Kompose is a model composition framework based on Aspect Oriented Software Development research results. Kompose allows a better modularization and separation of concerns when building tools around meta-models. It features powerful model-level pointcut specification and matching mechanisms allowing semantic based weaving of model level aspects. Kompose builds on and is nicely integrated with Kermeta, but it can also be used independently on any kind of EMF model or meta-model. MDE-test is a model transformation testing framework that makes it possible to synthesize input data (ie test models) for model transformations and check that the transformation behaves "correctly" on them.
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AIRBUS, ADACORE, Anyware Technologies, Astrium Satellites, Atos Origin, CEA LIST, CNES, C-S, Dassault, EADS Astrium ST, ENAC, INPT-IRIT, INRIA (AtlanMod/EXPRESSO/TRISKELL), MBDA, OBEO, ONERA, Schneider Electric, Thales, Xipp