Domain Specific Language

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Domain-specific Language
... In software development and domain engineering, a domain-specific language (DSL) is a programming language or specification language dedicated to a particular problem domain, a particular problem representation ... The concept isn't new—special-purpose programming languages and all kinds of modeling/specification languages have always existed, but the term has become more popular ... Examples of domain-specific languages include HTML, Logo for children, Verilog and VHDL hardware description languages, Mata for matrix programming, Mathematica and Maxima for symbolic mathematics ...
Domain-specific Modeling Topics - Tool Support For Domain-specific Language Languages
... Many General-Purpose Modeling languages already have tool support available in the form of CASE tools ... Domain-specific language languages tend to have too small a market size to support the construction of a bespoke CASE tool from scratch ... Instead, most tool support for domain-specific language languages is built based on existing domain-specific language frameworks or through domain-specific language ...
Magic Draw UML - Features - Domain Specific Language
... The domain specific language (DSL) customization engine allows for adapting MagicDraw to a specific profile and modeling domain, thus allowing the customization of multiple GUIs, model ... The ability to use multiple specific customizations helps to make MagicDraw better oriented to specific platforms, technologies or domains, and can even hide UML entirely ... Active validation allows the checking of domain specific models in real time and suggests help and can even fix some issues ...

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    The necessity of poetry has to be stated over and over, but only to those who have reason to fear its power, or those who still believe that language is “only words” and that an old language is good enough for our descriptions of the world we are trying to transform.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

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