Manuel Ohrndorf

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In model-based software development, models are primary artifacts which iteratively evolve and which have many versions during their lifetime. A clear representation of the changes between different versions of a model is the key to understanding and successfully managing the evolution of a model-based system. However, model comparison tools currently(More)
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)
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