Automatic Inference of Rule-Based Specifications of Complex In-place Model Transformations (bibtex)
by Kehrer, Timo, Alshanqiti, Abdullah and Heckel, Reiko
Abstract:
Optimal support for continuous evolution in model-based software development requires tool environments to be customisable to domain-specific modelling languages. An important aspect is the set of change operations available to modify models. In-place model transformations are well-suited for that purpose. However, the specification of transformation rules requires a deep understanding of the language meta-model, limiting it to expert tool developers and language designers. This is at odds with the aim of domain-specific visual modelling environments, which should be customisable by domain experts.
Reference:
Automatic Inference of Rule-Based Specifications of Complex In-place Model Transformations (Kehrer, Timo, Alshanqiti, Abdullah and Heckel, Reiko), In Theory and Practice of Model Transformation (Guerra, Esther, van den Brand, Mark, eds.), Springer International Publishing, 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Kehrer2017a,
  author        = {Kehrer, Timo and Alshanqiti, Abdullah and Heckel, Reiko},
  title         = {{Automatic Inference of Rule-Based Specifications of Complex In-place Model Transformations}},
  booktitle     = {Theory and Practice of Model Transformation},
  year          = {2017},
  editor        = {Guerra, Esther and van den Brand, Mark},
  pages         = {92--107},
  address       = {Cham},
  publisher     = {Springer International Publishing},
  __markedentry = {[piets:1]},
  abstract      = {Optimal support for continuous evolution in model-based software development requires tool environments to be customisable to domain-specific modelling languages. An important aspect is the set of change operations available to modify models. In-place model transformations are well-suited for that purpose. However, the specification of transformation rules requires a deep understanding of the language meta-model, limiting it to expert tool developers and language designers. This is at odds with the aim of domain-specific visual modelling environments, which should be customisable by domain experts.},
  isbn          = {978-3-319-61473-1},
}
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