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.
- Overview of Models, Meta-models, and Meta-meta Models
- Defining a Meta Model
- Defining Completeness Standards
- Meta Meta Modelling Workshop
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