Bachelor and Master Theses

Title: Systematic literature review: Impediments for combining model-driven development and continuous integration/delivery
Level: Advanced
Description: Model-driven development is a well-established technique to manage the increased complexity of software systems by allowing developers to define structure and behaviour at a higher level of abstraction compared to traditional programming languages.

At the same time, there is a strong current trend towards more agile development with shorter development cycles, striving towards continuous integration, delivery and deployment, also in industrial domains that have previously worked in longer development cycles.

The combination of these two is far from straightforward, and is affected by impediments such as insufficient support across the tool chain, weak configuration management at model level, and lack of traceability between different artefacts.

The goal of this thesis is to make a in-depth systematic literature review to identify existing research that have identified specific problems related to the combination of model-driven development and continuous integration/delivery, as well as proposals for how to overcome them.
Proposed: 2017-09-19
Prerequisites: General knowledge of MDD and Agile/CI/CD is an advantage
IDT supervisor: Jan Carlson, +46-21-151722
Misc: A suitable supervisor would be Jan Carlson, Antonio Cicchetti or Federico Ciccozzi Examiner: Jan Carlson or Antonio Cicchetti

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