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See detailTriple Graph Grammars in the Large for Translating Satellite Procedures - Extended Version
Hermann, Frank UL; Gottmann, Susann UL; Nachtigall, Nico UL et al

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Software translation is a challenging task. Several requirements are important - including automation of the execution, maintainability of the translation patterns, and, most importantly, reliability ... [more ▼]

Software translation is a challenging task. Several requirements are important - including automation of the execution, maintainability of the translation patterns, and, most importantly, reliability concerning the correctness of the translation. Triple graph grammars (TGGs) have shown to be an intuitive, wellde ned technique for model translation. In this paper, we leverage TGGs for industry scale software translations. The approach is implemented using the Eclipse-based graph transformation tool Henshin and has been successfully applied in a large industrial project with the satellite operator SES on the translation of satellite control procedures. We evaluate the approach regarding requirements from the project and performance on a complete set of procedures of one satellite. [less ▲]

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See detailTriple Graph Grammars in the Large for Translating Satellite Procedures
Hermann, Frank UL; Gottmann, Susann UL; Nachtigall, Nico UL et al

in Theory and Practice of Model Transformations (2014, July)

Software translation is a challenging task. Several requirements are important – including automation of the execution, maintainability of the translation patterns, and, most importantly, reliability ... [more ▼]

Software translation is a challenging task. Several requirements are important – including automation of the execution, maintainability of the translation patterns, and, most importantly, reliability concerning the correctness of the translation. Triple graph grammars (TGGs) have shown to be an intuitive, well-defined technique for model translation. In this paper, we leverage TGGs for industry scale software translations. The approach is implemented using the Eclipse-based graph transformation tool Henshin and has been successfully applied in a large industrial project with the satellite operator SES on the translation of satellite control procedures. We evaluate the approach regarding requirements from the project and performance on a complete set of procedures of one satellite. [less ▲]

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See detailLetting the Puss in Boots Sweat: Detecting Fake Access Points using Dependency of Clock Skews on Temperature
Lanze, Fabian UL; Panchenko, Andriy UL; Braatz, Benjamin UL et al

in Proceedings of the 9th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS 2014) (2014)

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See detailSolving the FIXML2Code-case Study with HenshinTGG
Hermann, Frank UL; Nachtigall, Nico UL; Braatz, Benjamin UL et al

in Rose, Louis M.; Krause, Christian; Horn, Tassilo (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th Transformation Tool Contest - part of the Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations (STAF 2014) federation of conferences (2014)

Triple graph grammars (TGGs) provide a formal framework for bidirectional model transformations. As in practice, TGGs are primarily used in pure model-to-model transformation scenarios, tools for text-to ... [more ▼]

Triple graph grammars (TGGs) provide a formal framework for bidirectional model transformations. As in practice, TGGs are primarily used in pure model-to-model transformation scenarios, tools for text-to-model and model-to-text transformations make them also applicable in text-to-text transformation contexts. This paper presents a solution for the text-to-text transformation case study of the Transformation Tool Contest 2014 on translating FIXML (an XML notation for financial transactions) to source code written in Java, C# or C++. The solution uses the HenshinTGG tool for specifying and executing model-to-model transformations based on the formal concept of TGGs as well as the Xtext tool for parsing XML content to yield its abstract syntax tree (text-to-model transformation) and serialising abstract syntax trees to source code (model-to-text transformation). The approach is evaluated concerning a given set of criteria. [less ▲]

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See detailTowards Domain Completeness for Model Transformations Based on Triple Graph Grammars
Nachtigall, Nico UL; Hermann, Frank UL; Braatz, Benjamin UL et al

in Amrani, Moussa; Syriani, Eugene; Wimmer, Manuel (Eds.) Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Verification of Model Transformations - co-located with Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations (STAF 2014) (2014)

The analysis of model transformations is a challenging research area within model driven engineering. Triple graph grammars (TGGs) have been applied in various transformation scenarios and their formal ... [more ▼]

The analysis of model transformations is a challenging research area within model driven engineering. Triple graph grammars (TGGs) have been applied in various transformation scenarios and their formal foundation has been a vital ground for general results concerning notions of correctness and completeness. This paper addresses existing gaps between practical scenarios and the formal results of TGGs concerning the notion of completeness. Since the source domain language of a model transformation is usually specified independently from the TGG, we use the notion of domain completeness, which requires that the model transformation has to provide a corresponding target model for each model of the source domain language. As main result, we provide a general method for showing that the source domain language is included in the language that is generated by the source rules of the TGG. This provides the first of two components for verifying domain completeness. The running example is the well studied object-relational mapping. [less ▲]

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See detailSymbolic Execution of Satellite Control Procedures in Graph-Transformation-Based EMF Ecosystems
Nachtigall, Nico UL; Braatz, Benjamin UL; Engel, Thomas UL

in Boulanger, Frédéric; Famelis, Michalis; Ratiu, Daniel (Eds.) MoDeVVa@MoDELS (2013)

Symbolic execution is a well-studied technique for analysing the behaviour of software components with applications to test case generation. We propose a framework for symbolically executing satellite ... [more ▼]

Symbolic execution is a well-studied technique for analysing the behaviour of software components with applications to test case generation. We propose a framework for symbolically executing satellite control procedures and generating test cases based on graph transformation techniques. A graph-based operational symbolic execution semantics is defined and the executed procedure models are used for generating test cases by performing model transformations. The approach is discussed based on a prototype implementation using the Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF), Henshin and ECLiPSe-CLP tool ecosystem. [less ▲]

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See detailOn an Automated Translation of Satellite Procedures Using Triple Graph Grammars
Hermann, Frank UL; Gottmann, Susann UL; Nachtigall, Nico UL et al

in Duddy, Keith; Kappel, Gerti (Eds.) Theory and Practice of Model Transformations (2013)

Model transformation based on triple graph grammars (TGGs) is a general, intuitive and formally well defined technique for the translation of models [5,6,2]. While previous concepts and case studies were ... [more ▼]

Model transformation based on triple graph grammars (TGGs) is a general, intuitive and formally well defined technique for the translation of models [5,6,2]. While previous concepts and case studies were focused mainly on visual models of software and systems, this article describes an industrial application of model transformations based on TGGs as a powerful technique for software translation using the tool Henshin [1]. The general problem in this scenario is to translate source code that is currently in use into corresponding source code that shall run on a new system. Up to now, this problem was addressed based on manually written converters, parser generators, compiler-compilers or meta-programming environments using term rewriting or similar techniques (see e. g. [4]). [less ▲]

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See detailClock Skew Based Remote Device Fingerprinting Demystified
Lanze, Fabian UL; Panchenko, Andriy UL; Braatz, Benjamin UL et al

in Proceedings of the 55th International IEEE Global Communications Conference (IEEE GLOBECOM 2012) (2012)

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