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Domain specific languages (DSLs) allow domain experts to model parts of the system under development in a problem-oriented notation that is well-known in the respective domain. The introduction of a DSL is often accompanied the desire to transform its instances. Although the modeling language is domain specific, the transformation language used to describe modifications, such as model evolution or refactoring operations, on the underlying model, usually is a rather domain independent languagearXiv:1409.2309v1 fatcat:gzcl2ge53rhbpae7r7u5yjm7ve