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Today's model-driven engineering tools focus on the automatic transformation of software models and lack essential support for interacting with developers. This paper presents some lessons learned from building a standard compliant platform for the visual development of interactive consistency maintenance software. Based on an established requirements engineering case study, the paper illustrates the need for developer interaction and the controlled tolerance of inconsistencies. This motivatesdoi:10.1109/edoc.2006.61 dblp:conf/edoc/GorpAJ06 fatcat:dqk7q7idc5dqjdfheutxgmldyu