Model-driven development of highly configurable embedded software-intensive systems

The itea 2 project mosis has developed a common variability language (cvl) for modelling and managing variability and several domain-specific languages (dsls) for model-driven development of software-intensive systems. Domain-specific languages (dsls) allow model-driven development of software-intensive systems and have been demonstrated in sectors such as railway signalling, communications and manufacturing.

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Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.