Sabine Winetzhammer

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Model-driven software engineering aims at increasing productivity by replacing conventional programming with the development of high-level executable models. However, current technology focuses on structural models, while behavioral modeling is still neglected. The transformation engine ModGraph intends to fill this gap. ModGraph complements the Eclipse(More)
Model driven software engineering aims at creating high level exe-cutable models which may be interpreted or compiled. For efficient execution of operations on model instances code generators play an important role. A well-established tool for structural modeling and code generation is the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF). We extended EMF by behavior(More)
Model-driven software engineering aims at increasing productivity by developing high-level executable models. The Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) significantly contributes toward this goal. Unfortunately, EMF supports only structural models based on the Ecore metamodel. Recently, Xcore has been developed to extend EMF with behavioral modeling. To this end,(More)
Graph transformation rules provide an opportunity to specify model transformations in a declarative way at a high level of abstraction. So far, compilers have translated graph transformation rules into conventional programming languages such as Java, C, or C#. In contrast, we have developed a compiler which translates graph transformation rules into a(More)
Model-driven software engineering reduces the effort of developing software by replacing low-level programming with the construction of high-level executable models. Refactoring improves the structure of software artifacts without changing external behavior. Originally, refactoring was developed for and applied to (object-oriented) programs. In the context(More)