Addressing modularity for heterogeneous multi-model systems using model federation

@inproceedings{Golra2016AddressingMF,
  title={Addressing modularity for heterogeneous multi-model systems using model federation},
  author={Fahad Rafique Golra and Antoine Beugnard and Fabien Dagnat and Sylvain Gu{\'e}rin and Christophe Guychard},
  booktitle={MODULARITY Companion 2016},
  year={2016}
}
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) proposes to modularize complex software-intensive systems using multiple models where each module serves a specific concern. These concerns of a system might be diverse and the use of multiple heterogeneous models often becomes inevitable. These models adhere to different paradigms and use distinct formalisms, which makes it hard to ensure consistency among them. Moreover, these models might contain certain concepts (at times overlapping) that are reused for… CONTINUE READING

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