András Ökrös

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Model-driven development tools built on industry standard platforms, such as the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), heavily utilize model queries in model transformation, well-formedness constraint validation and domain-specific model execution. As these queries are executed rather frequently in interactive modeling applications, they have a significant(More)
In the current paper, we introduce a live model transformation framework, which continuously maintains a transformation context such that model changes to source inputs can be readily identified, and their effects can be incrementally propagated. Our framework builds upon an incremental pattern matcher engine, which keeps track of matches of complex(More)
Modern domain-specific modeling (DSM) frameworks provide refined techniques for developing new languages based on the clear separation of conceptual elements of the language (called abstract syntax) and their graphical visual representation (called concrete syntax). This separation is usually achieved by recording traceability information between the(More)
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