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Automatische Synthese von Familienmodellen durch Analyse von block-basierten Funktionsmodellen

  title={Automatische Synthese von Familienmodellen durch Analyse von block-basierten Funktionsmodellen},
  author={S{\"o}nke Holthusen and Peter Manhart and Ina Schaefer and Sandro Schulze and Christian Singer and David Wille},
Um die steigende Komplexität in der Softwareentwicklung in der Automobilindustrie zu beherrschen, werden immer öfter modellbasierte Entwicklungsansätze, zum Beispiel mit block-basierten Modellen, genutzt. Modellvarianten werden dabei nicht selten durch Kopieren und Anpassen erzeugt. Dies führt zu einer Modellfamilie mit unterschiedlichen, aber verwandten Modellen und erschwert die Wartung, Qualitätssicherung und Weiterentwicklung der Modelle. In diesem Aufsatz wird ein Ansatz präsentiert, mit… 
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