The papers of the SoSyM theme issue on Domain-Specific Modeling are now available online. Getting to this point took a bit longer than we originally anticipated - in particular the large number of submissions required bit more work and we were only able to accept about 10% of the submissions (6 papers).
The articles in the DSM theme issue mix nicely the work on both the theory and application sides - they cover language demonstrations, description of the cases of DSM use, and also empirical data on using the DSM in practice. Guest editorial to the theme issue can be downloaded, and the other articles of the issue are available at SprinkerLink. The articles of the theme issue cover:
- Message choreography modeling
- Effective development of automation systems through domain-specific modeling in a small enterprise context
- Composing domain-specific physical models with general-purpose software modules in embedded control software
- An ontology-based framework for domain-specific modeling
- A framework for families of domain-specific modelling languages
- The Dresden Open Software Toolbox