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 incre-mentally propagated. Our framework builds upon an incremental pattern matcher engine, which keeps track of matches of complex(More)
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