Markus Riedl-Ehrenleitner

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Multi-level modeling has become a popular paradigm as it allows for a natural and easy-to-understand representation of various real-word hierarchies. To date, several approaches have been proposed on how multi-level models should be represented and constructed – however , their continuous evolution and consistency has received considerably less attention.(More)
The engineering and maintenance of large (software) systems is an inherently collaborative process that involves diverse engineering teams, heterogeneous development artifacts, and different engineering tools. While teams have to collaborate continuously and their artifacts are often related, the tools they use are nearly always independent, single-user(More)
Software developers work concurrently on different kinds of development artifacts such as requirements, architecture, design, or source code. To keep these development artifacts consistent, developers have a wide range of consistency checking approaches available. However, most existing consistency checkers work best in context of single tools and they are(More)
Today's software projects face an environment of continuous change and evolution. In order to handle evolution in development environments (e.g., requirements, technology) effectively, over the last decades well-established development processes have been adapted significantly and new process models have been proposed. For example, there is a wide range of(More)
—Model transformation is a key technology in model-driven engineering. Unfortunately, transformations are typically written manually and thus they are likely to contain errors and to produce incorrect or undesired output. Safe transformation is the guarantee that for every possible source model, the transformed target model is valid with respect to(More)
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