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An Approach to Flexible Multilevel Modelling
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In this paper, we propose a formal framework, together with its corresponding tools, to tackle these challenges. Expand
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MultEcore: Combining the Best of Fixed-Level and Multilevel Metamodelling
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We propose a conceptual framework that enables multilevel modelling in an alternative way, compared to the state of the art. Expand
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Multilevel Coupled Model Transformations for Precise and Reusable Definition of Model Behaviour
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We present in this paper the concept of Multilevel Coupled Model Transformations, together with examples, formal definitions and tools to assess their conceptual soundness and practical value. Expand
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Towards Rearchitecting Meta-Models into Multi-level Models
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Meta-models and their instances in multi-level models spanning more than two levels yields simpler solutions. Expand
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Multilevel Modelling and Domain-Specific Languages
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This thesis presents a MLM and Multilevel MT approach which tackles open issues in the field, providing its formalisation and its implementation in the tool MultEcore, together with case studies. Expand
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Integration of Runtime Verification into Metamodeling for Simulation and Code Generation (Position Paper)
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We provide a unified approach used for both the code generation and the simulation of the system through instance model transformations. Expand
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A tool for the convergence of multilevel modelling approaches
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In this paper, we present a tool that can provide empirical data and practical instrumentation to aid in the discussion of the foundational concepts of the paradigm. Expand
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Multilevel Modelling with MultEcore: A Contribution to the MULTI 2017 Challenge
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In the context of MULTI 2017, and as a means of fostering discussion and test the limits of the paradigm, the Bicycle Challenge [1] was proposed to tackle the issue that multilevel modelling still lacks a strong conceptual basis, consensus and focus. Expand
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Generating a REST Service Layer from a Legacy System
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We present a model-driven approach to derive a REST API from a legacy web application within the frame defined by a modernization process. Expand
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IFML-based Model-Driven Front-End Modernization
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We propose a model-driven reverse engineering process to leverage IFML to modernize the front-ends of framework-based legacy web applications. Expand
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