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In software design, model-driven integration is a subset of model-driven architecture (MDA) which focuses purely on solving Application Integration problems using executable Unified Modeling Language (UML).
- "Model Driven Integration: Transparent Virtualization of Distributed Applications" - a Technical White Paper by E2E, describing the E2E Bridge, a Model Driven Integration solution based on direct model execution using UML, BPMN and Event-driven Process Chains
- Noggle, Brian J; M Lang (1 April 2002). "Model Driven Information Architecture". The Data Administration Newsletter tdan.com.
- Denno, Peter; MP Steves, D Libes, EJ Barkmeyer (Sep–Oct 2003). "Model-Driven Integration Using Existing Models". Software (IEEE Computer Society) 20 (5): 59–63. doi:10.1109/MS.2003.1231153.
- "Model-Driven Integration in Financial Services" case-study by Metada, 2008
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