A novel domain-specific language for the robot welding automation domain.

Michael Moser, Pfeiffer Michael, Josef Pichler

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Abstract

Implementation, fault analysis, and maintenance of robot welding automation solutions are traditionally restricted to professional software developers only. Program code is written in a general purpose programming language and, hence, unmanageable by other stakeholders with limited or no programming skills. To tackle this problem we have implemented a domain-specific language (DSL) specifically designed to the domain of robot welding automation and to be intuitively manageable by all stakeholders. The created DSL supports a textual and visual notation and is embedded within a full featured tool chain which let our customer fully replace the creation and maintenance of welding automation solutions by our DSL-based development approach.

Original languageEnglish
Pages1-6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jan 2014

Keywords

  • Domain-Specific Language
  • Industrial Automation

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