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To manage the rapidly growing complexity of software development, abstraction and automation have been recognised as powerful means. Among the techniques pushing for them, model-driven engineering has gained increasing attention from industry for, among others, the possibility to automatically generate code from models. To generate fully executable code, models should describe complex behaviours. While pragmatically this is achieved by employing programming languages for defining actions withindoi:10.1007/s10270-016-0556-7 pmid:30220904 pmcid:PMC6132576 fatcat:jgzdpfnzdjfhzdpkawls4g6mtm