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Extending a Policy Language in a Structured way using Model Driven Techniques

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posted on 2011-03-02, 12:04 authored by Stephan Reiff-Marganiec, Zohra Ahsan Khowaja
Policy languages have been used for a variety of applications in software systems - usually each application has received its own language. An example of a policy language that has been designed with domain specialization in mind is APPEL, however so far no structured way for domain specialization has been designed. In this paper we use model driven design techniques, in particular parameterization, to present a framework for providing said structured way for adopting/extending APPEL to a specific domain. We exemplify the approach with a case study.

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Proceedings of 11th Symposium on Programming Languages and Software Tools and 7th Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Software Engineering (SPLST'09 & NW-MODE'09), 26-28 august 2009, Tampere, Finland, pp.336.341.

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Proceedings of 11th Symposium on Programming Languages and Software Tools and 7th Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Software Engineering (SPLST'09 & NW-MODE'09)

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Tampere University of Technology

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1797-836X

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978-952-15-2212-3

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2011-03-02

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This is the full text of the paper published as Proceedings of 11th Symposium on Programming Languages and Software Tools and 7th Nordic Workshop on Model Driven Software Engineering (SPLST'09 & NW-MODE'09), 26-28 august 2009, Tampere, Finland, pp.336.341. It is reproduced here with the permission of the editor/publisher.

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