Christopher Pietsch

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Model-based development has become a widely-used approach to implement software, e.g. for embedded systems. Models replace source code as primary executable artifacts in these cases. Software product line technologies for these domains must be able to generate models as instances of an SPL. This need is addressed among others by an implementation technology(More)
As model transformations are often considered the “heart and soul” of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), the scalability of model transformations is vital for the scalability of MDE approaches as a whole. The existing research on scalable transformations has largely focused on performance behavior if the involved input models grow in size. In this work, we(More)
With the advent of model-driven engineering, software product line (SPL) technologies must be able to generate models as instances of a model-based SPL (MBSPL). Delta modeling is a variability mechanism which can be easily adopted for MBSPLs. The idea is to generate products by applying one or several deltas onto a core model. Hence, the main task during(More)
The use of textual domain-specific modeling languages is an important trend in model-driven software engineering. Just like any other primary development artifact, textual models are subject to continuous change and evolve heavily over time. Consequently, MDE tool chain developers and integrators are faced with the task to select and provide appropriate(More)
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