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Proceedings Article: BibTeX citation key:  Bezivina
J. Bézivin, F. Büttner, M. Gogolla, F. Jouault, I. Kurtev and A. Lindow, "Model Transformations? Transformation Models!" in Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems~(MoDELS'2006), O. Nierstrasz, J. Whittle, D. Harel and G. Reggio, Eds., 2006,
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Categories: AG-Gogolla, SAT, SQuIS, [ old ---- Adaptive Kommunikation --- old ]
Creators: Bézivin, Büttner, Gogolla, Harel, Jouault, Kurtev, Lindow, Nierstrasz, Reggio, Whittle
Collection: {Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems~(MoDELS'2006)}

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{Much of the current work on model transformations seems essentially operational and executable in nature. Executable descriptions are necessary from the point of view of implementation. But from a conceptual point of view, transformations can also be viewed as descriptive models by stating only the properties a transformation has to fulfill and by omitting execution details. This contribution discusses the view that model transformations can be abstracted as being transformation models. As a simple example for a transformation model, the well-known transformation from the Entity-Relationship model to the Relational model is shown. A transformation model in this contribution is nothing more than an ordinary, simple model, i.e., a UML/MOF class diagram together with OCL constraints. A transformation model may transport syntax and semantics of the described domain. The contribution thus covers two views on transformations: An operational model transformation view and a descriptive transformation model view.}
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