Javier Criado summarizes our work “Enabling the reuse of stored model transformations through annotations” by Javier
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OCL (Object Constraint Language) is used everywhere: to define well-formedness rules, query expressions, model transformations,… but
In a collaboration with Juan Manuel Dodero and his colleagues from the University of Cadiz, we
As model transformations have become an integral part of the automated software engineering lifecycle, reuse, modularisation,
There ARE many situations IN which you would LIKE TO extend OR annotate a model WITH additional information but most times the LAST thing youd LIKE TO do IS TO change its metamodel TO be able TO include this new information. Changing the metamodel IS a very costly process (e.g. youll need TO recreate the modeling environment AND, possibly, TO migrate other existing models). Even WHEN you have TO do it, e.g. TO adapt your DOMAIN-specific (modeling) LANGUAGE (DSML) TO the new needs OF the DOMAIN it was created FOR, youd prefer a less traumatic evolution alternative.
My paper "Generating operation specifications from UML class diagrams: A model transformation approach"
(together WITH Manoli Albert, Cristina Gómez AND Vicente Pelechano) has just been accepted FOR publication IN the
Data & Knowledge Engineering Journal.