MOMoT is a framework that combines mo . . .
MOMoT is a framework that combines model-driven engineering (MDE) techniques with search-based optimization (population-based search and local search) to solve highly complex problems on model level.. . .
The VIATRA framework supports the dev . . .
The VIATRA framework supports the development of model transformations with specific focus on event-driven, reactive transformations and offers a language to define transformations and a reactive transformation engine to execute certain transformations upon changes in the unde . . .
Umple is a modeling tool and programm . . .
Umple is a modeling tool and programming language family to enable Model-Oriented Programming. It adds abstractions such as Associations, Attributes and State Machines derived from UML to object-oriented programming languages such as Java, C++, PHP and Ruby.. . .
GRoundTram is built upon a bidirectio . . .
GRoundTram is built upon a bidirectional framework, and is equipped with a language for coding bidirectional model transformation, a new tool for validating both models and bidirectional model transformations, an optimization mechanism for improving efficiency, and a debugging . . .
MOLA Tool is designed as a freeware t . . .
MOLA Tool is designed as a freeware tool for supporting research and development in the MDA and MDSD areas. Main components of MOLA Tool are: Graphical editor for metamodel and MOLA procedures, MOLA compiler set which generates C++ or Java code, and MOLA runtime en . . .
ATL is a model transformation languag . . .
ATL is a model transformation language and toolkit. In the field of MDE, ATL provides ways to produce a set of target models from a set of source models. It can be used to provide the bridge between standards and tools, to refactor models, to refine conceptual models into . . .
GReAT is a tool for building model tr . . .
GReAT is a tool for building model transformation tools using graph transformation techniques. GReAT uses metamodels to specify the abstract syntax of the input and the target models (i.e. the modeling languages), and sequenced graph rewriting rules for specifying the transfor . . .