xtUML and Domain-specific Modeling
On-demand Web Seminar
This topic explores the application of xtUML within the domain-specific modeling (DSM) approach. The presentation will review DSM practices and discuss ways where xtUML can further improve productivity.
What You Will Learn
- What are the characteristics of a DSM approach?
- How can xtUML be used to implement a custom DSM approach?
- How does the xtUML approach compare/contrast with existing alternatives?
Who Should Attend
- Systems Engineers
- SW Engineers/SW Architects
- HW/Electrical Design Engineers
- Systems Designers
- Projects Managers for Systems Projects
About the Presenter
Cortland Starrett is the Engineering Manager of the BridgePoint xtUML product line, leading development of executable UML modeling and translation technology at Mentor Graphics. He is responsible for the production of tools and methods for translating xtUML models into source code such as C, SystemC, Java, and VHDL.
Before coming to Mentor Graphics, Starrett previously served on engineering staffs at Pitney Bowes and IBM. Cort is an inventor, holding several patents, and author of many published technical papers. He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue in 1988.
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