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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Model-driven software development is a language-and transformation-based paradigm, where the various development tasks of engineers are cast in this framework. During the past decade we have developed, evolved, and applied in practical projects a manifestation of this principle through a suite of tools we call the Model-Integrated Computing suite. Graph transformations are fundamental to this environment and tools for constructing model translators, for the specification of the semantics ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-17322-6_10 fatcat:6d4vxhx5zjbdro4wuisagn7k4y