Bachelor and Master Theses

Title: A tool-support for S-TunExSPEM
Subject: Computer Science
Level: Advanced
Description: S-TunExSPEM is an extension of SPEM2.0 that offers modeling and exchanging capabilities for safety critical development processes. S-TunExSPEM, however, is not tool-supported. This thesis is aimed at providing a tool-chain to allow process engineers to model as well as exchange their processes.
Tasks included:
• Studying background information useful to better grasp the problem ([1-2]);
• Investigation of EPF customization mechanisms to support S-TunExSPEM;
• Investigation and evaluation of possible model transformation strategies.
• Selection of a model transformation strategy and implementation of a transformation aimed at translating a process model (possibly given in S-TunExSPEM/EPF) into an exchange model, given in XPDL2.2;
• Provision of a case study.
Required outcomes:
-a toolchain;
-A thesis report describing the work.

References to start with:
[1] K.R. Pitchai, "An executable meta-model for safety oriented software and systems development processes within the avionics domain in compliance with RTCA DO 178 B", School of Innovation, Design and Engineering Malardalen University, Vasteras, Sweden, 2013.
[2] Barbara Gallina, K.R. Pitchai, K.Lundqvist. "S-TunExSPEM: Towards an Extension of SPEM 2.0 to Model and Exchange Tunable Safety-Oriented Processes":. Studies in Computational Intelligence Volume 496, pp 215-230, 2014.
Start date: 2013-10-22
Student: Haroon-Ur- Rasheed hrd09003@student.mdh.se
IDT supervisor: Barbara Gallina
barbara.gallina@mdh.se, 021-101631
Examinator: Kristina Lundqvist
Kristina Lundqvist
kristina.lundqvist@mdh.se, +46 (0)21 101428

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