Yet Another Three QVT Languages
- Edward WillinkAffiliated withLancaster UniversityWillink Transformations Ltd.
- , Horacio HoyosAffiliated withLancaster UniversityThe University of York
- , Dimitris KolovosAffiliated withLancaster UniversityThe University of York
The early enthusiasm, in 2002, for model to model transformation languages led to eight submissions for an OMG standard comprising three languages, yet no commercial products. The QVT Core language was intended as the foundation for QVT Relations but the available implementations have ignored the core language. Rather than ignoring the core language, we take the opposite approach and introduce three more core languages. Progressive program-to-program transformation through these core languages terminates in an easily implemented imperative language that supports declarative transformations.
There are currently only two freely available but discouragingly stable implementations of QVTr. There are no implementations for QVTc. The Eclipse QVT Declarative project provides only models, editors and parsers for both QVTr and QVTc. We outline progress to remedy the execution deficiency.
- Yet Another Three QVT Languages
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- Theory and Practice of Model Transformations
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- 6th International Conference, ICMT 2013, Budapest, Hungary, June 18-19, 2013. Proceedings
- pp 58-59
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- Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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- Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
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- 16. Queensland University of Technology
- 17. Vienna University of Technology
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- 18. Willink Transformations Ltd., Reading, UK
- 19. The University of York, York, UK
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