Solving the TTC 2011 Model Migration Case with Edapt

@inproceedings{Herrmannsdoerfer2011SolvingTT,
  title={Solving the TTC 2011 Model Migration Case with Edapt},
  author={Markus Herrmannsdoerfer},
  booktitle={TTC},
  year={2011}
}
This paper gives an overview of the Edapt solution to the GMF model migration case of the Transformation Tool Contest 2011. 

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