Meta-model Pruning

@inproceedings{Sen2009MetamodelP,
  title={Meta-model Pruning},
  author={Sagar Sen and Naouel Moha and Benoit Baudry and Jean-Marc J{\'e}z{\'e}quel},
  booktitle={MoDELS},
  year={2009}
}
Large and complex meta-models such as those of Uml and its profiles are growing due to modelling and inter-operability needs of numerous stakeholders. The complexity of such meta-models has led to coining of the term meta-muddle. Individual users often exercise only a small view of a meta-muddle for tasks ranging from model creation to construction of model transformations. What is the effective meta-model that represents this view? We present a flexible meta-model pruning algorithm and tool to… CONTINUE READING
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