Reference : Model Transformation Intents and Their Properties
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Engineering, computing & technology : Computer science
Model Transformation Intents and Their Properties
Lúcio, Lévi mailto [McGill University - McGill]
Amrani, Moussa mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
Dingel, Jürgen mailto [Queen's University]
Lambers, Leen mailto [> >]
Salay, Rick mailto [University of Toronto - U of T]
Selim, Gehan mailto [Queens University]
Syriani, Eugene mailto [University of Alabama]
Wimmer, Manuel mailto [> >]
Software & Systems Modeling
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[en] The notion of model transformation intent is proposed to capture the
purpose of a transformation. In this paper, a framework for the description of model
transformation intents is defined which includes, for instance, a
description of properties a model transformation has to satisfy to
qualify as a suitable realization of an intent. Several common model
transformation intents are identified and the framework is used to
describe five of them in detail. A case study from the automotive industry is
used to demonstrate the usefulness of the proposed framework for identifying
crucial properties of model transformations with different intents and to
illustrate the wide variety of model transformation intents that an industrial
model-driven software development process typically encompasses.
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