• General
  • Transformation
  • Approach
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JQVT

JQVT is a QVT engine which targets the Java type system instead of EMF/Ecore. The JQVT generator generates Java code from a JQVT script.

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ModelAnt

ModelAnt is an extension of Apache ANT to create, load, update and query models and meta-models, through industry standard technologies and Java APIs.

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JTL (Janus Transformation Language)

JTL is based on a bidirectional model transformation language specifically designed to support non-bijective transformations and change propagation. 

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MagicDraw

MagicDraw is a visual UML, SysML, BPMN, and UPDM modeling tool with team collaboration support. Designed for business analysts, software analysts, programmers, and QA engineers.

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Emorf

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ATOM3 (A Tool for Multi-formalism and Meta-Modelling)

In AToM3, formalisms and models are described as graphs. From a meta-specification (in the ER formalism) of a formalism, AToM3 generates a tool to visually manipulate (create and edit) models described in the specified formalism. Model transformations are performed by graph rewriting. The transfo . . .

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TXL

TXL is a programming language specifically designed to support computer software analysis and source transformation tasks. 

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Echo

Echo is a tool for model repair and transformation based on the Alloy model finder, with support for bidirectional model transformations. It is able to both check and recover, through minimal updates, both intra- and inter-model consistency, and is built over the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF). . . .

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PTL (Prolog based Transformation Language)

PTL uses ATL-style rules which combined with logic rules to define transformations. 

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Fujaba (From UML to Java and back again)

 Fujaba is an open source CASE tool providing developers with support for model-based software engineering and re-engineering.

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