Model-driven engineering is a promising software development methodology that has been investigated in the context of blockchain-based information systems development. Many approaches propose to specify and generate individual components part of such systems’ architectures using this methodology. In this paper, we provide a high-level overview of the different types of components that can be generated using model-driven engineering, and of the potential benefits that it could bring. We organize these findings in a framework called MDE4BBIS, which can help identifying opportunities to leverage model-driven engineering for different architectural layers in blockchain-based information systems, and promotes an integrated approach.
|titre||Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE International Conference on Blockchain Computing and Applications|
|Etat de la publication||Accepté/sous presse - 20 sept. 2021|
|Evénement||IEEE International Conference on Blockchain Computing and Applications - Tartu, Estonie|
Durée: 15 nov. 2021 → 17 nov. 2021
Numéro de conférence: 3
|Une conférence||IEEE International Conference on Blockchain Computing and Applications|
|période||15/11/21 → 17/11/21|