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Surveying Rule Inheritance in Model-to-Model Transformation Languages

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JournalJournal of Object Technology
DatePublished - Aug 2012
Issue number2
Volume11
Number of pages46
Pages (from-to)1
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Model transformations play a significant role in Model-Driven Engineering. However, their reuse mechanisms have yet to receive much attention. In this paper, we propose a comparison framework for rule inheritance in model-to-model transformation languages, and provide an in-depth evaluation of prominent representatives of imperative, declarative and hybrid transformation languages. The framework provides criteria for comparison along orthogonal dimensions, covering static aspects, which indicate whether a set of inheriting transformation rules is well-formed at compile-time, and dynamic aspects, which describe how inheriting rules behave at run-time. The application of this framework to dedicated transformation languages shows that, while providing similar syntactical inheritance concepts, they exhibit different dynamic inheritance semantics and offer basic support for checking static inheritance semantics, only.

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  • Rule Inheritance, Model Transformation, Comparison

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