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Modeling and model-driven development techniques help developers manage complexity and work at increasingly higher levels of abstraction.

Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®) is a "philosophy" of how models should be used in the software development process. Developers across the software industry are starting to embrace this philosophy as they apply and evolve MDA principles as defined by the Object Management Group (OMG).

MDA guides architects and developers in how to more effectively define models at various levels of abstraction and in developing transformations between models, code, and other artifacts of the software lifecycle.

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