Model-driven Packaged Applications

Model-driven Packaged Applications

Model-driven package applications refer to business applications that have models based on explicit metadata of supported processes, data, and relationships, and generate runtime components using metadata models that are dynamically interpreted or compiled rather than coded. The main difference is that business analysts or power users can modify models without the involvement of programmers, bridging the gap between business requirements and technical implementation, often leading to loss of translation phenomena.

Literal Meanings of Model-driven Packaged Applications

Model:

Meanings of Model:
  1. Simplified view used to explain how a real system or event works.

  2. Any copy or likeness, more or less exact.

  3. A show that is visible to others, especially when it comes to wearing clothes as a model.

Sentences of Model
  1. The team has developed a robust business model.

Synonyms of Model

ideal

Driven:

Meanings of Driven:
  1. Eliciting intrinsic motivation through the use or display of violence: provoke or force an offense, compel, intimidate, or threaten an offense.

  2. (especially animals) Forcing or encouraging forward to force someone forward.

  3. Move (something) by hitting it hard.

  4. Drive Assembly(s): Combination of attacking actions and moving the ball forward across the court.

  5. Obsessed, passionately striving to achieve goals.

  6. (of snow) Formed by the wind in snowdrifts.

Sentences of Driven
  1. The Thumpers hunted the brambles and caused a great of rabbits and other creatures.

Packaged:

Meanings of Packaged:
  1. For a tour package.

  2. Prepare (a book, series, etc.) including all phases from research to production to sell the result to a publisher or broadcaster.

  3. They did it in a package.

Applications:

Meanings of Applications:
  1. The act of applying or applying in the true sense of the word.

  2. Fabric used.

  3. The act of using as a means is the use of a means to achieve a particular end.

  4. The act of directing or pointing to a particular case, finding or illustrating agreement or disagreement, ease or convenience.

  5. A computer program or set of software that is viewed by the end user as a whole as a resource for a specified purpose. (Also called: application software application).

  6. An or written request for participation in, employment, or admission to a school, course, or the like.

  7. (Bureauucracy) A request, petition or other request, with an addition to identify the object.

  8. The act of asking, demanding, or requesting something.

  9. A narrow thought of diligence or attention.

  10. A kind of craft application.

  11. Compliance.

Sentences of Applications
  1. Applying this cream should reduce the swelling.

  2. I'll make a comment and let you apply.

  3. This iPhone app can connect to most social networks.

  4. December 31 is the deadline for applying for an MBA degree.

  5. His request to adjourn the hearing was granted.

Model-driven Packaged Applications