University: Technical University of Košice
Faculty: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Department: Department of Computers and Informatics
Course Number: 26000653 Course Name: Domain Specific Languages Development
Type, scope and method of learning activities:
Course Type: Lecture, Laboratory exercise
Recommended scope of the course content (in hours):
Full-time study (hours per week): 2,2
Part-time study (hours per semester): 26,26
Study Method: Attendance
Number of credits: 6
Recommended semester of study: WT
Recommended semester Study programme Study grade Study Method
1.rok WT Cybersecurity (KB_Ing_D_sk)
Informatics (INF_Ing_D_sk)
Informatics (INF_Ing_D_en)
2.rok WT Cybersecurity (KB_Ing_D_sk)
Informatics (INF_Ing_D_sk)
Informatics (INF_Ing_D_en)
Level of study:
Course completion requirements:
Assessment and completion of the course: Credit test and examination
Continuous assessment: Student passes the continuous assessment and receives credits when he or she meets the requirement to obtain at least 21% out of 40%.
Credit test
Final assessment: Student passes the final assessment and passes the examination when he or she meets the requirement to obtain at least 31% out of 60%.
Overall assessment: Overall assessment is the sum of the assessments obtained by students in the assessment period. The overall result is determined in accordance with the internal regulations of the Technical University in Košice. (Study Regulations, the internal regulation principles of doctoral studies)
Learning outcomes:
The subject unifies the principles of domain engineering and metaprogramming, property modeling, and software factories. It provides an opportunity to understand how these techniques are related and how to use them in practice. The student will become familiar with the field of domain-specific languages, their design, implementation, and testing.
Brief course content:
1. Models vs. programs, domain-specific languages.
2. Model-driven software development.
3. Software factories and software lines.
4. External and internal domain-specific languages.
5. Generators of syntactic analyzers.
6. Graphical modeling languages.
7. Defining constraints and validating models.
8. Generation of artifacts from models.
9. Optimization of generated artifacts.
10. Developmental language environments.
11. Testing domain-specific languages.
12. Composition and evolution of domain-specific languages.
Recommended Reference Sources:
1. Marjan Mernik, ed.: Formal and Practical Aspects of Domain-Specific Languages: Recent Developments, IGI Global, USA, ISBN 978-1-4666-2092-6.
2. Markus Voelter: DSL Engineering Designing, Implementing and Using Domain-Specific Languages. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013, ISBN 1481218581.
3. Martin Fowler: Domain-Specific Languages. Addison-Wesley, 2010, ISBN 021712943.
4. Terence Parr: Language Implementation Patterns: Create Your Own Domain-Specific and General Programming Languages. Pragmatic Programmers 2010, ISBN 193435645X.
5. Jack Greenfield et. al.: Software Factories: Assembling Applications with Patterns, Models, Frameworks, and Tools, Wiley 2004, ISBN 0471202843.
Recommended optional program components:
Languages required for the course completion:
Course assessment:
Total number of students assessed: 341
  A B C D E FX  
  11% 23% 34% 23% 8% 2%  
prof. Ing. Jaroslav Porubän, PhD.
Last modified: 01.09.2022
Approved by: person(s) responsible for the study program