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Generation Rules in POMA Architecture

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Another component in Pattern-Oriented and Model-Driven Architecture (POMA) is the concept of model generation. The generation code of models is the process of creating a source code from a model using generation rules. In this paper, we present the generation rules that are used to support the automated code generator of POMA architecture to generate the source code of the entire interactive system. These Platform-Specific Model (PSM) models are based on patterns which illustrate how several individual models of patterns can be generated at different levels of abstraction such as PSM models to source code in the development of interactive systems.

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M. Taleb, A. Seffah and A. Abran, "Generation Rules in POMA Architecture," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 3 No. 11, 2010, pp. 1040-1046. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2010.311122.

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