Adaptability of model comparison tools (bibtex)
by Kehrer, Timo, Kelter, Udo, Pietsch, Pit and Schmidt, Maik
Abstract:
Modern model-based development methodologies require a large number of efficient, high-quality model comparison tools. They must be carefully adapted to the specific model type, user preferences and application context. Implement- ing a large number of dedicated, monolithic tools is infeasi- ble, the only viable approach are generic, adaptable tools. Generic tools currently available provide only partial or low- quality solutions to this challenge; their results are not sat- isfactory for model types such as state machines or block diagrams. This paper presents the SiDiff approach to model comparison which includes a set of highly configurable in- cremental matchers and a specification language to control their application. Categories
Reference:
Adaptability of model comparison tools (Kehrer, Timo, Kelter, Udo, Pietsch, Pit and Schmidt, Maik), In Proceedings of the 27th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering - ASE 2012, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{Kehrer2012,
  author        = {Kehrer, Timo and Kelter, Udo and Pietsch, Pit and Schmidt, Maik},
  title         = {{Adaptability of model comparison tools}},
  booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 27th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering - ASE 2012},
  year          = {2012},
  pages         = {306},
  organization  = {IEEE},
  abstract      = {Modern model-based development methodologies require a large number of efficient, high-quality model comparison tools. They must be carefully adapted to the specific model type, user preferences and application context. Implement- ing a large number of dedicated, monolithic tools is infeasi- ble, the only viable approach are generic, adaptable tools. Generic tools currently available provide only partial or low- quality solutions to this challenge; their results are not sat- isfactory for model types such as state machines or block diagrams. This paper presents the SiDiff approach to model comparison which includes a set of highly configurable in- cremental matchers and a specification language to control their application. Categories},
  doi           = {10.1145/2351676.2351731},
  isbn          = {9781450312042},
  keywords      = {moca},
  mendeley-tags = {moca},
  url           = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=2351676.2351731},
}
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