Workshop in OCL and Textual Modelling
This paper reports on the panel session of the 17th Workshop in OCL and Textual Modeling, As in previous years, the panel session featured several lightning talks for presenting recent developments and open questions in the area of OCL and textual modeling. During this session, the OCL community discussed, stimulated through short presentations by OCL experts, proposals for improving OCL to increase the attractiveness of textual modeling.
This paper contains a summary of the workshop from the workshop organisers as well as summaries of two lightning talks provided by their presenters.
KeywordsOCL Textual modeling
We would like to thank all participants of this years OCL workshop for their active contributions to the discussions at the workshop. These lively discussions are a significant contribution to the success of the OCL workshop series.
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