This is the research home page for the Internet Application Modelling Language (IAML); a model-driven approach to the development of Rich Internet Applications. This has been the topic of my Ph.D. research, now in its final year. This server provides some running demonstrations as well as related publications.
IAML is made possible using the following technologies:
For more information on the development process of IAML, please see the poster presented at NZCSRSC 2010.
This paper, submitted to ASWEC 2010, proposes model completion -- a formal framework to infer modelling elements. Model completion is a non-monotonic process and formalises the notion of the intended model, permitting the web application developer to focus on application design rather than scaffolding. Benchmarking an implementation of this process for a platform-independent web application modelling language illustrates its significant potential to simplify model-driven development.
This short paper, submitted to NZCSRSC 2010, briefly discusses the ongoing development of the IAML meta-model and its accompanying CASE tool.
In order to define the requirements of Rich Internet Applications, we first need to understand what these applications can achieve. This white paper, previously mentioned in our APCCM 08 paper, covers a range of the potential use cases of RIAs, and presents them in a standard use case format.
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