MobDSL: A Domain Specific Language for multiple mobile platform deployment

Kramer, D, Clark, T and Oussena, S (2010). MobDSL: A Domain Specific Language for multiple mobile platform deployment. IN: 2010 IEEE International Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Enterprise Applications (NESEA). IEEE.

Abstract

There is increasing interest in establishing a presence in the mobile application market, with platforms including Apple iPhone, Google Android and Microsoft Windows Mobile. Because of the differences in platform languages, frameworks, and device hardware, development of an application for more than one platform can be a difficult task. In this paper we address this problem by the creation of a mobile Domain Specific Language (DSL). Domain analysis was carried out using two case studies, inferring basic requirements of the language. The paper further introduces the language calculus definition and provides discussion how it fits the domain analysis, and any issues found in our approach.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/NESEA.2010.5678062
Divisions: Engineering & Applied Sciences
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Event Title: 2010 IEEE International Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Enterprise Applications (NESEA 2010)
Event Type: Other
Event Location: Suzhou
Event Dates: 2010-11-25 - 2010-11-26
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Published Date: 2010-12-30
Authors: Kramer, D
Clark, T ( 0000-0003-3167-0739)
Oussena, S

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