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Model-Driven Software Engineering in Practice
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This book discusses how model-based approaches can improve the daily practice of software professionals. Expand
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A survey on model versioning approaches
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This paper provides a feature‐based characterization of version control systems (VCSs), providing an overview about the state‐of‐the‐art of versioning systems dedicated to modeling artifacts. Expand
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A semi-automatic approach for bridging DSMLs with UML
  • M. Wimmer
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Web Inf. Syst.
  • 28 August 2009
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The paper aims to propose a semi‐automatic approach for bridging DSMLs and UML by employing model‐driven techniques. Expand
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Bridging Grammarware and Modelware
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We propose a generic bridge between grammarware and modelware technical spaces, that can generate a specific bridge based on the EBNF of a given language semi-automatically. Expand
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Model Transformation By-Example: A Survey of the First Wave
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This work has been partly funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) under grant FIT-IT-819584. Expand
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A survey on UML-based aspect-oriented design modeling
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This article tries to fill this gap focusing on aspect-oriented design modeling with an in-depth survey and evaluation of eight design-level AOM approaches. Expand
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Lifting metamodels to ontologies: a step to the semantic integration of modeling languages
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We propose a process which semi-automatically lifts metamodels into ontologies by making implicit concepts in the met amodel explicit in the ontology. Expand
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A Survey on Aspect-Oriented Modeling Approaches
Aspect-orientation provides a new way of modularization by clearly separating crosscutting concerns from non-crosscutting ones. While aspect-orientation originally has emerged at the programmingExpand
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Reuse in model-to-model transformation languages: are we there yet?
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This paper provides an in-depth comparison of reuse mechanisms in model-to-model transformation languages and categorizes them along their intended scope of application. Expand
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Matching Metamodels with Semantic Systems - An Experience Report
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We propose the application of ontology and schema matching techniques for automatically exploring semantic correspondences between metamodels, which are currently the modeling language definitions of choice. Expand
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