Mogwaï is framework to store large models in a GraphDB NoSQL backend (thanks to NeoEMF) and efficiently query those models by means of a OCL to Gremlin (a query language for some NoSQL databases) transformation.
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Some stats on what we have accomplished in these seven years online plus the five posts that got the most visits in one single day ever
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EMF-REST generates truly RESTful APIs for your EMF models. EMF-REST complements the existing (Java-based) API generation facilities EMF already provides and extends them to the Web.
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Showing how online DSL workbenches can be used to easily build programming elearning games
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Model-driven engineering for the 2nd year in a row got zero papers accepted at the Int. Conf. on Software Engineering. Is this normal?
fREX is an open framework for reverse engineering of executable behaviors from existing software code bases (currently Java is supported) using fUML as a pivot language
Our work helps security experts to visualize, (automatically) analyse and manipulate web security access-control policies, specially for Java EE
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The meeting place for all kinds of discussions and new proposals around the world of OCL and textual modeling languages
Looking at Cyber-Physical Systems from a modeling / software engineering perspective. What are the challenges and the opportunities?
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Introducing a new browser-based tool supporting both goal-oriented requirements modeling and structured creativity techniques
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Feature Models (FMs) are a mechanism to model variability among a family of closely related software products, i.e. a software product line (SPL). Analysis of FMs using formal methods can reveal defects in the specification such as inconsistencies that cause the product line to have no valid products. A popular framework used in research for […]
We show how to model complex queries at the model level by extending OCL with a library of aggregate operations (min, max, avg, rank, percentile,...)