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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Declarative model queries captured by graph patterns are frequently used in model driven engineering tools for the validation of well-formedness constraint or the calculation of various model metrics. However, their high level nature might make it hard to understand all corner cases of complex queries. When debugging erroneous patterns, a common task is to identify which conditions or constraints of a query caused some model elements to appear in the results. Slicing techniques in traditionaldoi:10.1007/978-3-319-40530-8_9 fatcat:35h5mg4b6bcjrcv45a45lhys7u