Supporting large scale model transformation reuse

@inproceedings{Basso2013SupportingLS,
  title={Supporting large scale model transformation reuse},
  author={Fabio Paulo Basso and Raquel M. Pillat and Toacy Cavalcante de Oliveira and Leandro Buss Becker},
  booktitle={GPCE},
  year={2013}
}
The growth of applications developed with the support of model transformations makes reuse a required practice, specially when applied to transformation assets (e.g. transformation chains, algorithms, and configuration files). In order to promote reuse one must consider the different implementations, communalities, and variants among these assets. In this domain, a couple techniques have been used as solutions to adapt reusable assets for specific needs. However, so far, no work has discussed… CONTINUE READING
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