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A Visually-Specified Code Generator for Simulink/Stateflow

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A Visually-Specified Code Generator for Simulink/Stateflow
On one hand, visual modeling languages are often used today in engineering domains, Mathworks’ Simulink/Stateflow for simulation, signal processing and controls being the prime example. On the other hand, they are also becoming suitable for implementing other computational tasks that assist in model-driven development, like model transformations. In this paper we briefly introduce GReAT: a visual modeling language with simple, yet powerful semantics for implementing transformations on attributed, typed hypergraphs with the help of explicitly sequenced graph transformation rules. The main contribution of the paper is the “highlights” of a specialized model transformation tool: a code generator that generates executable code from the input Simulink/Stateflow models.
Sandeep Neema, Zsolt Kalmar, Feng Shi, Attila Vizh
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where VL
Authors Sandeep Neema, Zsolt Kalmar, Feng Shi, Attila Vizhanyo, Gabor Karsai
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