UML RSDS Model Transformation and Model-Driven Development Tools
Supports: Rapid development of complex transformations and systems from specifications
Visual specification of transformations and systems using UML 2 (class diagrams, OCL, use cases)
UML-RSDS solves the long-standing problem of how to combine declarative high-level specification of
model transformations and general software systems, with efficient execution. It does this by enabling
users to write their specifications in OCL and class diagrams, and then automatically generating
efficient Java code from these specifications.
The tool can be used to quickly sketch designs in UML and immediately generate working code - even for
incomplete models. It can also be used to quickly produce prototypes or test scripts.
Download latest current release: here
Execute as java -jar umlrsds.jar
in a directory with a writable subdirectory called "output".
Number of downloads: 1376
This manual explains the UML-RSDS notation and
how to use the tools.
The directory libraries contains libraries for mathematics,
Case studies and publications
Some simple examples, from the Transformation Tool Contest 2011
The directory Simple migration defines one example from this. The
model is in the file 'miguc.txt'
The directory Generic transitive closure The
computation of the transitive closure 'ancestor' of 'parent'
The directory Sudoku solver for 4-by-4 Sudoku games
The directory Computes maximum inheritance depth in a class
diagram The computation of the maximum inheritance depth in a class diagram (with at least one inheritance).
A more complex migration example
The class diagram rationalisation case study
The correlation calculator case study
The repotting geraniums case study
The use case refactoring case study
The system processess large models efficiently, models of size 100,000 elements can be transformed in under 1 second
(UML to relational database case study). Java code is produced ready for incorporation into production systems.
- First lab session
- Second lab session
- Third lab session
Kevin Lano: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shekoufeh Kolahdouz-Rahimi: email@example.com