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Model Driven Development for Internet of Things Application Development 1.0


We present an architectural view for the Internet of Things prototype development that emphasizes the separation of domain modeling from technological implementations. Using the provided model driven tool, domain experts are able to construct domain models by composing virtual objects and link them to the specific technologies. Having them linked, a Java prototype code can be generated by the tool. The developers may extend it into full applications simply by interfacing with the virtual objects without dealing with the communication to specific sensors and actuators. Subsequently, participants involved in the European research projects evaluated the architecture and the model driven tool using a software walk-through technique. The result shows that, for rapid prototyping, the participants are in favor of a simple domain specific language than a complex modeling language such as UML.
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02. December 2013
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