A profile’s design for parallel applications modelling

  • Daniel Alberto Giulianelli La Matanza National University, Florencio Varela 1903, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Claudia Fabiana Pons La Plata National University, Calle 50 y 150 La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Rocío Andrea Rodríguez La Matanza National University, Florencio Varela 1903, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Pablo Martín Vera La Matanza National University, Florencio Varela 1903, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Victor Manuel Fernandez La Matanza National University, Florencio Varela 1903, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Resumen

During the last times hardware progress has reached home computers with technologies that were only used in main frames. Clear examples of this statement are multiple core personal computers. As this new hardware becomes popular it is neccessary to change the way of designing applications in order to be able to use it. UML is a wide general-purpouse modeling language that counts with a graphic vocabulary.
In some cases, when a particular application is going to be modeled, the UML’s graphic vocabulary, results too abstract. That’s why a specialization of the language is neccessary by means of the adding of new artifacts that allows modeling the special characteristics of the particular domain. This paper shows a profile that specializes UML to facilitate the parellized applications modeling, considering their own characteristics.
Cómo citar
Giulianelli, D. A., Pons, C. F., Rodríguez, R. A., Vera, P. M., & Fernandez, V. M. (2010). A profile’s design for parallel applications modelling. Revista Colombiana De Computación, 11(1), 56-68. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/rcc/article/view/1253

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Publicado
2010-06-01
Sección
Artículo de investigación científica y tecnológica