Enhancing syntax expressiveness in domain-specific modelling

@article{Vincenzo2021EnhancingSE,
  title={Enhancing syntax expressiveness in domain-specific modelling},
  author={Damiano Di Vincenzo and Juri Di Rocco and Davide Di Ruscio and Alfonso Pierantonio},
  journal={2021 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems Companion (MODELS-C)},
  year={2021},
  pages={586-594}
}
Domain-specific modelling helps tame the complexity of today’s application domains by formalizing concepts and their relationships in modelling languages. While meta-editors are widely-used frameworks for implementing graphical editors for such modelling languages, they are best suitable for defining novel topological notations, i.e., syntaxes where the model layout does not contribute to the model semantics. In contrast, many engineering fields, e.g., railways systems or electrical engineering… 

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