Modeling for full code generation

Embedded Computing Design — August 13, 2007

Feature / Discussion: August 2007Domain-Specific Modeling (DSM) is an approach for attaining higher software development productivity based on the notion that significant increases in the developers work with achieve the most significant productivity improvements. Two key examples of this include the moves from punch cards to assembler in the 1950s and from assembler to FORTRAN a decade later. In this case study, Angelo and Juha-Pekka explore an application of DSM and discuss the software development improvements achievable through this approach.

Full Text: Download PDF

Topics covered in this article