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The Model-driven Architecture (MDA) and other model driven approaches advocate the primacy of models and model transformations in the software development process. Ultimately, the goal is to generate the complete software fully automatically from these models.

To date, the fully automatic generation of the code from models is still a dream and, if it works at all, restricted to specific application areas. One of the main obstacles is the lack of adequate models for system behaviour and model integration mechanisms.

Behaviour modelling attracts more attention as the research community understands that behaviour modelling concepts are different from programming concepts. Modelling a complex system generally involves representing a combination of different types of behaviour including internal system behaviour, interaction with the environment, and collaboration between systems. Generally, different forms of model are needed for these differ
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