Main publication at SLE’18
- Johannes Mey,
- René Schöne,
- Görel Hedin,
- Emma Söderberg,
- Thomas Kühn,
- Niklas Fors,
- Jesper Öqvist,
- Uwe Aßmann
Just like current software systems, models are characterised by increasing complexity and rate of change. Yet, these models only become useful if they can be continuously evaluated and validated. To achieve sufficiently low response times for large ...
Follow-Up publication in JCL
Relational reference attribute grammars: Improving continuous model validation
Johannes Mey a, René Schöne a, Görel Hedin b, Emma Söderberg b, Thomas Kühn a, Niklas Fors b, Jesper Öqvist b, Uwe Aßmann a
a Technische Universitãt Dresden, Germany
b Lund University, Sweden
Received 31 March 2019, Revised 1 November 2019, Accepted 20 December 2019, Available online 20 January 2020.
Publications using Relational RAGs
Götz, Sebastian, Johannes Mey, René Schöne, and Uwe Aßmann. “A JastAdd- and ILP-Based Solution to the Software-Selection and Hardware-Mapping-Problem at the TTC 2018.” In 11th Transformation Tool Contest, 2018.
Götz, Sebastian, Johannes Mey, René Schöne, and Uwe Aßmann. “Quality-Based Software-Selection and Hardware-Mapping as Model Transformation Problem.” In 11th Transformation Tool Contest, 2018.
Mey, Johannes, René Schöne, Christopher Werner, and Uwe Aßmann. “Transforming Truth Tables to Binary Decision Diagrams Using Relational Reference Attribute Grammars.” In Proceedings of the 12th Transformation Tool Contest (TTC 2019), 2019.
Schöne, René, and Johannes Mey. “A JastAdd-Based Solution to the TTC 2018 Social Media Case.” In 11th Transformation Tool Contest, 2018.
Schöne, René, Johannes Mey, Boqi Ren, and Uwe Aßmann. “Bridging the Gap between Smart Home Platforms and Machine Learning Using Relational Reference Attribute Grammars.” In Proceedings of the 14th International Workshop on Models@run.Time, 533–42. Munich, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1109/MODELS-C.2019.00083
Mey, Johannes, Thomas Kühn, René Schöne, and Uwe Aßmann. “Reusing Static Analysis across Different Domain-Specific Languages Using Reference Attribute Grammars.” Programming 4, no. 3 (February 17, 2020). https://doi.org/10.22152/programming-journal.org/2020/4/15