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2007
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Model-Driven Software Development with Graph Transformations: A Comparative Case Study

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Model-Driven Software Development with Graph Transformations: A Comparative Case Study
Abstract. Significant achievements have been made in the design and implementation of languages and tools for graph transformation systems. However, many other competing approaches have been developed for model-driven software development. We present a case study in which we applied different modeling approaches in the construction of a tool for software process management. re these approaches with respect to the respective levels of abstraction on which models are defined, the language concepts offered, and the resulting modeling effort. The case study identifies the benefits and shortcomings of the selected modeling approaches, and suggests areas of future improvement.
Thomas Buchmann, Alexander Dotor, Sabrina Uhrig, B
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where AGTIVE
Authors Thomas Buchmann, Alexander Dotor, Sabrina Uhrig, Bernhard Westfechtel
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