A pattern based approach to defining translations between languages.

Maskeri, Girish and Willans, James and Clark, Tony and Evans, Andy and Kent, Stuart and Sammut, Paul (2002) A pattern based approach to defining translations between languages. In: Fourth Workshop on Rigorous Object-Oriented Methods, ROOM 4, March 2002, King's College, London.



The 2U Consortium have recently submitted a proposal for the definition of the UML 2.0 infrastructure. This uses a innovative technique of rapidly “stamping out” the definition using a small number of patterns commonly found in software architecture. The contribution of this paper is to introduce the idea of reusability of mappings between languages and defining some of the reusable mapping templates. This paper also illustrates how these templates can be used to stamp out mapping between languages by stamping out a mapping between UML and Java.

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Research Areas:School of Science and Technology > Science & Technology
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