CSC2125: Modeling Methods, Tools and Techniques
Instructor: Marsha Chechik, BA3648, x3820, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lectures: Mondays 1:00-4:00, BA4010
Office Hours: Mondays after
class and by appointment.
Model-based software engineering (MBSE) is an approach to software development in which software models play a primary and indispensible role. MBSE allows developers to work and reason about software requirements, design, and correctness at higher levels of abstraction, and to generate automatically implementations, deployments, and other artifacts. MBSE has been successfully applied in several industries (automotive, aeronautic, information systems), in defining software product lines and in system safety assurance (albeit often in an ad-hoc fashion). This course will look at the state of the art of MBSE and its future research directions.