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A Review of UML Model Retrieval Approaches
The objective of this review is to obtain an overview of the current state of the art of the existing approaches in matching and retrieval of UML diagrams. The paper presents a synthesis of key characteristics of the current available approaches of UML-based reuse, compare their matching and retrieval techniques identified their commonalties and differences. A number of related research papers where examined and categorized based on the type of approach they adopt. The review resulted in the identification of four main categories of UML models matching and retrieval: 1. Information retrieval, 2. Casebased reasoning, 3. Ontology-based, and 4. Structured based approach. A comprehensive overview of these approaches is presented. The findings of this review suggest the further research and practice in UML models reuse.
Artefacts, Models Matchings, Model Retrieval, Software Reuse, UML Models.
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