Patterns for metamodeling

@inproceedings{Mili2007PatternsFM,
  title={Patterns for metamodeling},
  author={Hafedh Mili and François Pachet},
  year={2007}
}
We use the term metamodeling to refer to the practice of representing objects at more instantiation levels than the usual two, instance and class. The need for representing computational entities in general, and objects in particular, at several levels of instantiation arises in many occasions, and when properly recognized as a case of metamodeling, it may lead to a better understanding of the underlying application logic, and to a more reusable and efficient implementation. In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING

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