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==Analysis==
 
==Analysis==
*[[User:Rene spronk|Rene spronk]]: by definition a RIMBAA application has to persist instances of RIM-based models (instances of data used in healthcare worklows). An IDE has knowledge of RIM based structures, but doesn't persist instances of those models. The IDE is a helpful/necessary tool for the generation of RA's, but in itself (to me) it is not a 'running RIMBAA application'.
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*[[User:Rene spronk|Rene Spronk]]: by definition a RIMBAA application has to persist instances of RIM-based models (instances of data used in healthcare worklows). An IDE has knowledge of RIM based structures, but doesn't persist instances of those models. The IDE is a helpful/necessary tool for the generation of RA's, but in itself (to me) it is not a 'running RIMBAA application'.
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*[[User:Michael vanderzel|Michael van der Zel]]: I concur with Rene, but.. In the Model Driven paradigm the IDE is probably part of the running RIMBAA application. The question might be if a RIMBAA application is a MDA? I think it is.
  
 
==Discussion==
 
==Discussion==
 
*Ecore
 
*Ecore
 
*OHT
 
*OHT

Revision as of 22:41, 18 February 2009

Summary

What is a RIMBAA Reference Application? Is this a running application or an IDE or both? UMCN has a RA, NHS has (part of) an IDE (the SMD) and PHI has an IDE that generates RA's.

Analysis

  • Rene Spronk: by definition a RIMBAA application has to persist instances of RIM-based models (instances of data used in healthcare worklows). An IDE has knowledge of RIM based structures, but doesn't persist instances of those models. The IDE is a helpful/necessary tool for the generation of RA's, but in itself (to me) it is not a 'running RIMBAA application'.
  • Michael van der Zel: I concur with Rene, but.. In the Model Driven paradigm the IDE is probably part of the running RIMBAA application. The question might be if a RIMBAA application is a MDA? I think it is.

Discussion

  • Ecore
  • OHT