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Over time, domain-specific languages (DSL) tend to grow beyond the initial scope in order to provide new features. In addition, many fundamental language concepts are reimplemented over and over again. This raises questions regarding opportunities of DSL modularization for improving software quality and fostering language reuse -similar to challenges traditional programming languages face but further complicated by the surrounding editing infrastructure and model transformations. Maturedoi:10.5220/0006601903870395 dblp:conf/modelsward/RiegerWK18 fatcat:abdlnwbva5f6vp7iqlovkbfozi