Publications

Journal papers

  • F. Molina, J. Pardillo, C. Cachero y A. Toval. “An MDE Modelling Framework for Measurable Goal-oriented Requirements”. International Journal of Intelligent Systems, Vol. 25, Issue 8, pages 757.783. Factor de Impacto JCR: 0,845 (2010)
  • F. Molina, A. Toval. “Integrating usability requirements that can be evaluated in design time into Model Driven Engineering of Web Information Systems”. Journal of Advances in Engineering Software Vol. 40, Issue 12. Pags. 1306-1317. Factor de Impacto JCR: 1,188 (2009)
  • F. J. Lucas, F. Molina, A. Toval. “A Systematic Review of UML Model Consistency Management”. Information and Software Technology (IST). Special issue on quality of UML models. Vol. 51, Issue 12. Pags. 1631-1645. Factor de Impacto JCR: 1,2 (2009)
  • O. Sánchez, F. Molina, J. García-Molina y A. Toval. “ModelSec: a generative architecture for model-driven security”. Special Issue ‘Security in Information Systems: New Advances and Tendencies’ of the Journal of Universal Computer Science, Vol. 15, Issue 15, pp. 2957-2981. Factor de impacto JCR: 0,488 (2009)

Book chapters

  • F. Molina, J. Pardillo, C. Cachero y A. Toval. “Measurable requirements metamodeling”. Quality of Software Products and Processes. ISBN: 978-84-7897-961-5. Editorial Rama. (2010).
  • F. Molina, F.J. Lucas, A. Toval, J. M. Vara, P. Cáceres, E. Marcos. “Towards Quality Web Information Systems through Precise Model Driven Development”. Chapter in Handbook of Research on Web Information Systems, pp. 317-355. Idea Group Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-59904-847-5. pp. 317-355. Idea Group Publishing. (2008)

Conference communications

  • F. J. Lucas, F. Molina, A. Toval. “A Rule-based Approach for Managing Semantic Inconsistencies in Web Information Systems Development.”. 5th International Workshop on Automated Specification and Verification of Web Systems. Conference proceedings, pp. 129-143. Viena, Austria (2009)
  • O. Sánchez, F. Molina, J. García-Molina, A. Toval. “A model driven approach for generating code from security requirements”. 7th International Workshop on Security in Information Systems. Conference Proceedings, pp. 119-126. Milán, Italy (2009)
  • F. Molina, C. Cachero, J. Pardillo, A. Toval. “Towards a Requirements-Aware Common Web Engineering Metamodel”. Latinoamerican Conference of Web Engineering (LA-WEB’08). IEEE Digital Library proceedings 978-0-7695-3397-1/08, pp. 75-82. Vitoria, Brasil (2008)
  • J. Pardillo, F. Molina, C. Cachero, A. Toval. “A UML Profile for Modelling Measurable Requirements”. 4th International Workshop on Foundations and Practices of UML. To be held in conjunction with the 27th International Conference on Conceptual Modelling, ER 2008. Lecture Notes Computer Science (LNCS) Vol. 5232, pp. 123-132. Barcelona, Spain (2008)
  • F. Molina, J. Pardillo, A. Toval. “Modelling Web-based Systems Requirements using WRM”. 2nd International Workshop on Web Usability and Accessibility To be held in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering. Lecture Notes Computer Science (LNCS) Vol. 5176, pp. 122-131. Auckland, New Zealand (2008)
  • F. Molina, A. Toval. “A generic approach to improve navigational model usability based upon requirements and metrics”. 1st International Workshop on Web Usability and Accessibility to be held in conjuntion with the 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering. Lecture Notes Computer Science (LNCS) Vol. 4832, pp. 511-516. Nancy, France (2007)
  • F. J. Lucas, F. Molina, A. Toval, M. V. de Castro, P. Cáceres, E. Marcos. “Precise WIS Development”. International Conference on Web Engineering, ICWE ’06. ACM ICWE Proceedings, pp. 71-76. ISBN: 1-59593-352-2. Menlo Park, California (2006)
  • F. Molina, F. J. Lucas, E. Fernández-Medina, M. Piattini, A. Toval. “Extending OCL to Manage Security Requirements in MDA”. “1st International Workshop on Algebraic Foundations for OCL and Applications, WAFOCA’06”. Proceedings of WAFOCA’06. ISBN: 84-689-8565-1. Valencia, Spain (2006)

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