Annerose Braune

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In model-based user interface development, models at different levels of abstraction are used. While ideas may initially only be expressed in more abstract models, modifications and improvements according to user's feedback will likely be made at the concrete level, which may lead to model inconsistencies that need to be fixed in every iteration.(More)
Model transformations are the linking element between the different levels of abstraction in the model-based user interface development. They map source elements onto target elements and define rules for the execution of these mappings. Approaches for the reuse of transformation rules use formal transformation models, which only specify the mappings and(More)
Declarative mapping models aim at simplifying the development of model transformations by separating (1) the configuration of mappings between elements of the source and target meta-model and (2) the execution of these mappings. Existing solutions however require an extended definition of the mappings that, e.g., also describes how generated elements need(More)