Model-Driven Performance for the Pattern and Advancement of Software Exhaustive Systems
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is an advance to widen software systems by build models and pertaining robotic alteration to them to finally make the execution for a intention platform. Although the main focus of MDE is on the creation of code, it is also essential to bear the study of the design with esteem to quality attributes such as performance. To balance the model-to-execution path of MDE approaches, an MDE tool infrastructure should provide what the authors call model-driven analysis. This paper project will examine how the pattern and advancement of software exhaustive systems (e.g., all software in an aircraft) can be supported by model-driven techniques, e.g., interactive visual tools, model transformations, and automated consistency analyzes.