FPVM 2021 - 1st International Workshop on Foundations and Practice of Visual Modeling
Topics/Call fo Papers
The sheer complexity of software systems nowadays made modeling artifacts pervasive throughout the development process, be use requirements, analysis, design, or development. Whether models are used for communication or prescriptive purposes, their syntax and pragmatics affect the usability and represent contributory factors concerning the accidental complexity. The diversity of modeling notations and approaches permit to classify them according to different taxonomies. General-purpose and domain-specific modeling languages can be created with different intended scopes, although all of them can make use of graphical, textual, maps, matrices, tables, and combinations regarding its concrete syntax. These representations have the undoubted advantage of capture and increase understanding of complex software systems and better grasp the rationale behind them. In essence, a visual modeling language creates a joint base for the modeler by improving their communication and lays a solid foundation for the implementation.
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