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Meta and Meta Meta Modelling

Requirements modelling usually results in a model of a required system (or software). The notation used for creating such a model can be defined as a meta modelling language. Many notations used for requirements models are graphical. Generally, graphical notations are not well-formed languages. Other modelling languages are linguistic. A linguistic approach to modelling is mcuh more likely to use a well-formed language with the additional properties that the models can be subjected to substantial checking for completeness and consistency.

Meta modellling languages can all be seen as instantiations of a higher form of model, which is a meta meta model. The skill of meta meta modelling is very important to understand what is feasible (and what is not) using any particular meta model notation.


  1. Overview of Models, Meta-models, and Meta-meta Models


  1. Defining a Meta Model
  2. Defining Completeness Standards


  1. Meta Meta Modelling Workshop

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