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By Hongji Yang

Advances in UML and XML-Based software program Evolution experiences contemporary advances in purposes of 2 popularly used languages, UML and XML, within the box of software program evolution. This publication covers themes resembling: visualizing legacy platforms with UML, augmenting UML to help the layout and evolution of consumer interfaces, migration of chronic item types utilizing XML and lots more and plenty extra. Advances in UML and XML-Based software program Evolution brings many experts’ perspectives into one complete textual content for all educational researchers and business practitioners to benefit extra approximately those languages.

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Hierarchical graph transformation. Journal of Computer and System Sciences, 64(2), 249-283. Ehrig, H. (1979). Introduction to the algebraic theory of graph grammars. In V. Claus, H. Ehrig, & G. ), The First Graph Grammar Workshop (pp. 1-69). Springer LNCS 73. , & Löwe, M. (1988). Distributed parallelism of graph transformation. In LNCS 314, 13th Int. Workshop on Graph Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science (pp. 1-19). Berlin: Springer. C. (2000). Using graph rewriting to specify software architectural transformations.

Besides the simple transformations in Wermelinger et al. (2001), a possibility is presented to design complex transformations. These complex transformations use syntax constructs that are similar to simple programming languages. Summary of the Current Approaches The current approaches as presented in Table 1 provide a good theoretical background for the graph-based evolution of software specifications. Nevertheless, the current approaches lack aspects that are necessary for the application of graph-based architecture evolution in the process model presented in the introduction.

Hierarchical graph transformation. Journal of Computer and System Sciences, 64(2), 249-283. Ehrig, H. (1979). Introduction to the algebraic theory of graph grammars. In V. Claus, H. Ehrig, & G. ), The First Graph Grammar Workshop (pp. 1-69). Springer LNCS 73. , & Löwe, M. (1988). Distributed parallelism of graph transformation. In LNCS 314, 13th Int. Workshop on Graph Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science (pp. 1-19). Berlin: Springer. C. (2000). Using graph rewriting to specify software architectural transformations.

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