Sergey Melnik Generic Model Management : Concepts and Algorithms

@inproceedings{Melnik2003SergeyMG,
  title={Sergey Melnik Generic Model Management : Concepts and Algorithms},
  author={Sergey Melnik},
  year={2003}
}
Many challenging problems facing information systems engineering involve the manipulation of complex metadata artifacts, or models, such as database schemas, interface specifications, or object diagrams, and mappings between models. The applications that solve metadata manipulation problems are complex and hard to build. The goal of generic model management is to reduce the amount of programming needed to develop such applications by providing a database infrastructure in which a set of high… CONTINUE READING
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