Applying traceability and cloning techniques to compose input-destructive model transformations into an input-preserving chain

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Abstract

Special purpose translation algorithms have been developed for mature modeling languages and formalisms. It is desirable to reuse these algorithms when developing translations for new modeling languages. When reusing transformation algorithms that destroy the input model while producing the output model, special techniques are needed for the development of the composite transformation. This paper discusses two previously unpublished techniques that we have applied for reusing an input-destructive translation from petri-nets to statecharts when realizing a new translation from activity diagrams to statecharts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 1st Workshop on Composition and Evolution of Model Transformations, september 30, 2011, London UK
Place of PublicationLonden
PublisherKing's College
Publication statusPublished - 2011
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Conferenceconference; 1st Workshop on Composition and Evolution of Model Transformations
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Van Gorp, P. M. E. (2011). Applying traceability and cloning techniques to compose input-destructive model transformations into an input-preserving chain. In Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Composition and Evolution of Model Transformations, september 30, 2011, London UK Londen: King's College.
Van Gorp, P.M.E. / Applying traceability and cloning techniques to compose input-destructive model transformations into an input-preserving chain. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Composition and Evolution of Model Transformations, september 30, 2011, London UK. Londen : King's College, 2011.
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