The Epsilon Object Language (EOL)

  title={The Epsilon Object Language (EOL)},
  author={Dimitrios S. Kolovos and Richard F. Paige and Fiona A. C. Polack},
Model-Driven Development requires model management languages and tools for supporting model operations such as editing, consistency checking, and transformation. At the core of these model management techniques is a set of facilities for modelnavigationandmodification. A subset of the Object Constraint Language can be used for some of these tasks, but it has limitations as a general-purpose language to be used in a variety of model management tasks. We present the metamodel independent Epsilon… CONTINUE READING
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