Scenario-based Round-Trip Engineering
Convention Ctr – 209B
Tarja Systa, Tampere University of Technology,
Rudolf Keller, Universite de Montreal
Kai Koskimies, Tampere University of Technology
Bruno Lague, Bell Canada
Brian Selic, Rational Software

Scenario-based approaches are commonly used for behavioral modeling, both in forward and reverse engineering. In UML, scenarios can be described using sequence and collaboration diagrams. Variations of Message Sequence Charts are often used for modeling and analyzing object interactions also in dynamic reverse engineering. Scenarios can be used for analyzing interactions in concurrent and real-time systems and for synthesizing behavioral specifications. This workshop provides a forum for discussing the similarities and differences in scenario-based techniques used in forward and reverse engineering, identifying the limitations and shortcomings of current approaches, and outlining the future research in the domain.


Track: Software Engineering

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