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View-based model-driven software development with ModelJoin
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We present the ModelJoin approach for the rapid creation of views. Expand
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Evaluating Maintainability with Code Metrics for Model-to-Model Transformations
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In this paper we propose an initial set of quality metrics to evaluate transformations written in the declarative QVT Relations language. Expand
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A Database Backend for OWL
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An eddy current inspection probe for inspecting a preselected surface at least partially defining an opening in a component. Expand
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Integrating business process simulation and information system simulation for performance prediction
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In this paper, we present the novel approach Integrated Business IT Impact Simulation (IntBIIS) to adequately reflect the mutual impact between BPs and ISs in simulation. Expand
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ModelJoin. A Textual Domain-Specific Language for the Combination of Heterogeneous Models
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In the example in Figure 3.2, this is the case for the Film instance st8: A Movie element of the same name is created although there is no corresponding element in the library. Expand
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Comparison of QVT-O and Henshin-TGG for Synchronization of Concrete Syntax Models
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Concrete syntax models are synthetic views on information structured according to a meta model and allow tailoring information representation to various needs. Expand
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UML4ALL: Gemeinsam in Diversity Teams Software modellieren
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ZusammenfassungDas gemeinsame Entwerfen von UML-Modellen durch Personen mit und ohne Seheinschränkung ist durch die aktuell vorhandenen Werkzeuge und Modellierungssprachen nur eingeschrònkt möglich. Expand
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A Protégé 4 Backend for Native OWL Persistence June
We present a persistence layer for native storage and manipulation of OWL ontologies on top of the OWL API and an associated integration of the first version of this OWL persistence layer into theExpand
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The OMPCM simulator for model-based software performance prediction: poster abstract
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We present the OMPCM simulator, which integrates OMNeT++ network simulation with architecture-level software performance prediction for network-intensive distributed systems. Expand
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