Incremental Detection of Model Inconsistencies Based on Model Operations

@inproceedings{Blanc2009IncrementalDO,
  title={Incremental Detection of Model Inconsistencies Based on Model Operations},
  author={Xavier Blanc and Alix Mougenot and Isabelle Mounier and Tom Mens},
  booktitle={CAiSE},
  year={2009}
}
Due to the increasing use of models, and the inevitable model inconsistencies that arise during model-based software development and evolution, model inconsistency detection is gaining more and more attention. Inconsistency checkers typically analyze entire models to detect undesired structures as defined by inconsistency rules. The larger the models become, the more time the inconsistency detection process takes. Taking into account model evolution, one can significantly reduce this time by… CONTINUE READING
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