Incremental model synchronization with precedence-driven triple graph grammars

@inproceedings{Lauder2012IncrementalMS,
  title={Incremental model synchronization with precedence-driven triple graph grammars},
  author={M. Lauder},
  year={2012}
}
Triple Graph Grammars (TGGs) are a rule-based technique with a formal background for specifying bidirectional model transformation and, hence, can be applied to transform a given model into another and vice versa. In practice, models are either created from scratch by using a single input model, or incrementally synchronized by propagating changes between integrated models. The outstanding property of incremental model synchronization is that in average only small portions of the whole… Expand
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