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Model Transformation is considered an important enabling factor for Model Driven Development. Transformations can be applied not only for the generation of new models from existing ones, but also for the consistent co-evolution of software artifacts that pertain to various phases of software lifecycle such as requirement models, design documents and source(More)
The component-based nature of large industrial software systems that consist of a number of diverse collaborating applications, pose significant challenges with respect to system maintenance, monitoring, auditing, and diagnosing. In this context, a monitoring and diagnostic system interprets log data to recognize patterns of significant events that conform(More)
Most modern model driven software development environments rely heavily on model transformations for generating various software design artifacts and eventually even source code. However, during development, maintenance and evolution activities, these software artifacts are subject to updates and refactoring operations. In such model driven development(More)
Interleukin (IL)-17-producing T helper (Th)-17 cells have recently been explained as a distinct population of CD4+ T cells which play an important role in immunity against infectious agents. Establishment of persistent phenotype of Th17 cells and recognition of lineage-deviating factors are of most attractive goals in modern researches in immunology.(More)
Network protocols are complex systems implemented by collections of equally complex software components. In many cases, the realization of such protocols requires extensive prototyping and experimentation with different alternative implementations.In this paper, we present ProtoTalk, a generative, domain-specific software framework that utilizes model(More)
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