Selected Papers of the Sixth International Workshop on Theory and Application of Graph Transformations
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Hartmut Ehrig, Gregor Engels, Hans-Jörg Kreowski, Grzegorz Rozenberg
Selected Papers of the Sixth International Workshop on Theory and Application of Graph Transformations
TAGT, 1998.

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	address       = "Paderborn, Germany",
	editor        = "Hartmut Ehrig and Gregor Engels and Hans-Jörg Kreowski and Grzegorz Rozenberg",
	isbn          = "3-540-67203-6",
	publisher     = "{Springer-Verlag}",
	series        = "{Lecture Notes in Computer Science}",
	title         = "{Selected Papers of the Sixth International Workshop on Theory and Application of Graph Transformations}",
	volume        = 1764,
	year          = 1998,

Contents (33 items)

TAGT-1998-Drewes #generative #power of
Some Remarks on the Generative Power of Collage Grammars and Chain-Code Grammars (FD), pp. 1–14.
TAGT-1998-EngelfrietM #graph grammar
Tree Languages Generated be Context-Free Graph Grammars (JE, SM), pp. 15–29.
Neighborhood Expansion Grammars (JLP), pp. 30–44.
Neighborhood-Preserving Node Replacements (KS, EW), pp. 45–58.
TAGT-1998-EhrenfeuchtHHR #complexity #graph
Complexity Issues in Switching of Graphs (AE, JH, TH, GR), pp. 59–70.
TAGT-1998-GodardMM #graph #power of
The Power of Local Computations in Graphs with Initial Knowledge (EG, YM, AM), pp. 71–84.
TAGT-1998-EhrigHLOPR #framework #graph #rule-based
Double-Pullback Graph Transitions: A Rule-Based Framework with Incomplete Information (HE, RH, ML, FO, JP, GR), pp. 85–102.
TAGT-1998-HabelMP #approach #injection
Double-Pushout Approach with Injective Matching (AH, JM, DP), pp. 103–116.
TAGT-1998-JacquetK #approach
Node Replacement in Hypergraphs: Translating NCE Rewriting into the Pullback Approach (HJ, RKH), pp. 117–130.
TAGT-1998-LlabresR #algebra #category theory
Pushout Complements for Arbitrary Partial Algebras (ML, FR), pp. 131–144.
TAGT-1998-BaldanCM #graph grammar
Unfolding of Double-Pushout Graph Grammars is a Coreflection (PB, AC, UM), pp. 145–163.
TAGT-1998-FischerKT #communication #distributed
Local Views on Distributed Systems and Their Communication (IF, MK, GT), pp. 164–178.
TAGT-1998-TaentzerGM #configuration management #distributed #graph transformation #towards
Dynamic Change Management by Distributed Graph Transformation: Towards Configurable Distributed Systems (GT, MG, TM), pp. 179–193.
TAGT-1998-VerlindenJ #framework
A Framework for NLC and ESM: Local Action Systems (NV, DJ), pp. 194–214.
Redundancy and Subsumption in High-Level Replacement Systems (HJK, GV), pp. 215–227.
TAGT-1998-Schuster #graph transformation #information management #representation
Knowledge Representation and Graph Transformation (SS), pp. 228–237.
TAGT-1998-Rudolf #constraints #graph #pattern matching #performance
Utilizing Constraint Satisfaction Techniques for Efficient Graph Pattern Matching (MR), pp. 238–251.
TAGT-1998-BardohlE #concept #editing #visual notation
Conceptual Model of the Graphical Editor GENGED for the Visual Definition of Visual Languages (RB, HE), pp. 252–266.
TAGT-1998-BottoniPS #term rewriting
From Formulae to Rewriting Systems (PB, FPP, MS), pp. 267–280.
TAGT-1998-Minas #diagrams #representation
Hypergraphs as a Uniform Diagram Representation Model (MM), pp. 281–295.
TAGT-1998-FischerNTZ #diagrams #graph grammar #java #modelling
Story Diagrams: A New Graph Rewrite Language Based on the Unified Modeling Language and Java (TF, JN, LT, AZ), pp. 296–309.
TAGT-1998-GadducciHK #logic
A Fully Abstract Model for Graph-Interpreted Temporal Logic (FG, RH, MK), pp. 310–322.
More About Control Conditions for Transformation Units (SK), pp. 323–337.
TAGT-1998-MunchSW #constraints #multi
Integrity Constraints in the Multi-paradigm Language PROGRES (MM, AS, AJW), pp. 338–351.
TAGT-1998-BusattoEMW #framework #graph transformation
A Framework for Adding Packages to Graph Transformation Approaches (GB, GE, KM, AW), pp. 352–367.
TAGT-1998-Grosse-RhodePS #graph transformation
Refinements of Graph Transformation Systems via Rule Expressions (MGR, FPP, MS), pp. 368–382.
Simple Modules for GRACE (RH, BH, PK, SK), pp. 383–395.
TAGT-1998-SchurrW #graph grammar #term rewriting #uml
UML Packages for PROgrammed Graph REwriting Systems (AS, AJW), pp. 396–409.
TAGT-1998-PadbergGH #development #incremental #petri net #safety
Incremental Development of Safety Properties in Petri Net Transformations (JP, MG, KH), pp. 410–425.
TAGT-1998-Faulstich #graph transformation #using
Using Graph Transformation Techniques for Integrating Information from the WWW (LF), pp. 426–441.
TAGT-1998-Hrischuk #automation #graph grammar #process #using
A Model Making Automation Process (MMAP) Using a Graph Grammar Formalism (CEH), pp. 442–454.
TAGT-1998-KrappKSW #development #graph #modelling #process
Graph-Based Models for Managing Development Processes, Resources, and Products (CAK, SK, AS, BW), pp. 455–474.
TAGT-1998-PetriuW #design pattern #graph transformation #modelling #performance
Deriving Software Performance Models from Architectural Patterns by Graph Transformations (DCP, XW), pp. 475–488.

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