We propose a data distribution algorithm for declarative model transformation based on static analysis of relational transformation rules.
Is ATL as good as it seems? Or still has some major problems to overcome? And other languages as well? Have your saying! E.g. I miss a live coding environment!
Overcome the limitations of executing model transformations on large models by distributing them on top of a mapreduce infrastructure. We've done for ATL!
We show how the concept of weakest precondition applied to model transformations helps to solve plenty of verification, validation and testing challenges
Javier Criado summarizes our work “Enabling the reuse of stored model transformations through annotations” by Javier
Ever thought about developing a parser for ATL? Well, they did and now explain how and why.
The easiest way to call ATL transformations from a Java class. Unleash the power of the ATL engine outside of its eclipse-plugin capsule
A feature-based review of all bidirectional transformation approaches plus our view on the open research challenges in the area
Combination of static analysis and constraint solving to improve the quality of model transformations. Implemented as an extension of the standard ATL IDE.
Dennis Wagelaar (a committer for the Eclipse ATL project, among many other things) has just published
Guest post by Jokin García summarizing our work “DB Schema Evolution in Model-to-Text Transformations: An Adapter-based Approach”
Next month, at the Int. Conf. on Model Transformation (ICMT), AtlanMod, in cooperation with ATOS Research
Recently, at MODELS 2012, we (Jordi and myself, Carlos González) had the opportunity to present our
(post by Fabian Büttner) Recently, at this year’s MODELS conference, we (Fabian, myself and Marina Egea)
Jesús Sánchez describes today his approach for enabling [email protected]
Enter Jesús. The application of MDE to
Last issue of JOT, apart from the Special issue for the ICMT conference, it also included
MDE in the Cloud is one of our more recent (and still very preliminary) research topics.
This year (well, also the last one 🙂 ) we got two papers accepted at the
If you are interested in the field of testing model transformations you may want to take
Salvador Martínez is back again with new ATL developments, this time explaining the new Lazy ATL