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Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions

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Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions. / Engel, Klaus-D.; Paige, Richard F.; Kolovos, Dimitrios S.

2006. 143-157.

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Engel, K-D, Paige, RF & Kolovos, DS 2006, 'Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions' pp. 143-157. https://doi.org/10.1007/11787044_12

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Engel, K-D., Paige, R. F., & Kolovos, D. S. (2006). Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions. 143-157. https://doi.org/10.1007/11787044_12

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Engel K-D, Paige RF, Kolovos DS. Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions. 2006. https://doi.org/10.1007/11787044_12

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Engel, Klaus-D. ; Paige, Richard F. ; Kolovos, Dimitrios S. / Using a Model Merging Language for Reconciling Model Versions.

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