A Methodology for Domain-spanning Change Impact Analysis (bibtex)
by Heinrich, Robert, Busch, Kiana and Koch, Sandro
Abstract:
When modifying a cyber-physical system, the consequences of changes need to be understood beforehand to adequately assess risks and costs. Model-based change impact analysis is key for estimating the impact of a change before actually modifying the system. Existing change impact analysis approaches apply very similar algorithms for change propagation to instances of domain-specific metamodels. However, they lack fundamental concepts for domain-spanning change impact analysis. In this paper, we propose a generic methodology for domain-spanning change impact analysis to address limitations of existing approaches. Evaluation results show the relevancy and comprehensives of the methodology for several domains.
Reference:
A Methodology for Domain-spanning Change Impact Analysis (Heinrich, Robert, Busch, Kiana and Koch, Sandro), In Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), IEEE, 2018.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{heinrich2018b,
  title = {A Methodology for Domain-spanning Change Impact Analysis},
  author = {Heinrich, Robert and Busch, Kiana and Koch, Sandro},
  booktitle = {Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA)},
  publisher = {IEEE},
  year = {2018},
  abstract = {When modifying a cyber-physical system, the consequences of changes need to be understood beforehand to adequately assess risks and costs. Model-based change impact analysis is key for estimating the impact of a change before actually modifying the system. Existing change impact analysis approaches apply very similar algorithms for change propagation to instances of domain-specific metamodels. However, they lack fundamental concepts for domain-spanning change impact analysis. In this paper, we propose a generic methodology for domain-spanning change impact analysis to address limitations of existing approaches. Evaluation results show the relevancy and comprehensives of the methodology for several domains.}
}
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