Christian Tunjic

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As practical tools for disciplined multi-level modeling have begun to mature, the problem of supporting simple and efficient transformations to-and-from multi-level models to facilitate interoperability has assumed growing importance. The challenge is not only to support efficient transformations between multi-level models, but also between multi-level and(More)
View-based modeling approaches based on the notion of a Single Underlying Model (SUM) revolve around the use of projective views to manipulate the SUM. Defining view types is a challenging task since it includes the definition of view element types and the definition of transformations to extract data from the SUM to populate the view. The latter can be(More)
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