Perspectives of Model Transformation Reuse (bibtex)
by Chechik, Marsha, Famelis, Michalis, Salay, Rick and Strüber, Daniel
Abstract:
Model Transformations have been called the "heart and soul" of Model-Driven software development. However, they take a lot of effort to build, verify, analyze, and debug. It is thus imperative to develop good reuse strategies that address issues specific to model transformations. Some of the effective reuse strategies are adopted from other domains, specifically, programming languages. Others are custom developed for models. In this paper, we survey techiques from both categories.
Reference:
Perspectives of Model Transformation Reuse (Chechik, Marsha, Famelis, Michalis, Salay, Rick and Strüber, Daniel), In Integrated Formal Methods (Ábrahám, Erika, Huisman, Marieke, eds.), Springer International Publishing, 2016.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Chechik2016,
  author        = {Chechik, Marsha and Famelis, Michalis and Salay, Rick and Str{\"u}ber, Daniel},
  title         = {{Perspectives of Model Transformation Reuse}},
  booktitle     = {Integrated Formal Methods},
  year          = {2016},
  editor        = {{\'A}brah{\'a}m, Erika and Huisman, Marieke},
  pages         = {28--44},
  address       = {Cham},
  publisher     = {Springer International Publishing},
  __markedentry = {[piets:1]},
  abstract      = {Model Transformations have been called the ``heart and soul'' of Model-Driven software development. However, they take a lot of effort to build, verify, analyze, and debug. It is thus imperative to develop good reuse strategies that address issues specific to model transformations. Some of the effective reuse strategies are adopted from other domains, specifically, programming languages. Others are custom developed for models. In this paper, we survey techiques from both categories.},
  isbn          = {978-3-319-33693-0},
}
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