Proceedings of the First Workshop on Analysis of Model Transformations
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Jürgen Dingel, Levi Lúcio, Hans Vangheluwe, Dániel Varró
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Analysis of Model Transformations
AMT-2012, 2012.

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	acmid         = "2432497",
	address       = "Innsbruck, Austria",
	editor        = "Jürgen Dingel and Levi Lúcio and Hans Vangheluwe and Dániel Varró",
	publisher     = "{ACM}",
	title         = "{Proceedings of the First Workshop on Analysis of Model Transformations}",
	year          = 2012,

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Contents (8 items)

AMT-2012-AmraniDLLSSSW #model transformation #towards
Towards a model transformation intent catalog (MA, JD, LL, LL, RS, GS, ES, MW), pp. 3–8.
AMT-2012-EtienABP #model transformation
Chaining model transformations (AE, VA, XB, RFP), pp. 9–14.
AMT-2012-TisoRL #case study #experience #model transformation #testing
Early experiences on model transformation testing (AT, GR, ML), pp. 15–20.
AMT-2012-SelimCD #model transformation #state of the art #testing
Model transformation testing: the state of the art (GMKS, JRC, JD), pp. 21–26.
AMT-2012-BurguenoWV #perspective #requirements #towards
Towards tracking “guilty” transformation rules: a requirements perspective (LB, MW, AV), pp. 27–32.
AMT-2012-HildebrandtLG #development #framework #graph grammar #model transformation
The MDELab tool framework for the development of correct model transformations with triple graph grammars (SH, LL, HG), pp. 33–34.
AMT-2012-UjhelyiSRV #query #visualisation
Developing and visualizing live model queries (ZU, TS, IR, DV), pp. 35–40.
AMT-2012-TaentzerAEH #model transformation #refactoring #rule-based #towards
Towards refactoring of rule-based, in-place model transformation systems (GT, TA, CE, RH), pp. 41–46.

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