TTC 2013 - "Flow Graphs" Group
This TTC 2013 case is about evaluating the scope and usability of transformation languages and tools for a set of four tasks requiring very diﬀerent capabilities. Two tasks deal with typical model-to-model transformation problems, there's a model-to-text problem, there are two in-place transformation problems, and ﬁnally there's a task dealing with validation of models resulting from the transformations.
The tasks build upon each other, but the transformation case project also provides all intermediate models, thus making it possible to skip tasks that are not suited for a particular tool, or for parallelizing the work among members of participating teams. All models and metamodels are provided in the EMF/Ecore format. However, user's of other modeling frameworks are also highly encouraged to participate. If requested, export tools can be written to serialize the models in other formats such as simple 2CSV ﬁles or GXL.
- A NMF solution for the Flow Graphs case study at the TTC 2013
- Solving the TTC 2013 Flowgraphs Case with FunnyQT
- An Epsilon Solution to the Flowgraphs Case
- Flowgraphs: Advanced Triple Graph Grammar Features in eMoflon for increased Expressiveness
- Constructing Flowgraphs with ATL
- TTC 2013: Flow Graphs. An Eclectic Solution
Performance of the NMF solutionHi Tassilo, sorry for the late response. I just published a new SHARE demo, this time including both Flowgraph and Petri Nets, and of course also the missing test files. The performance on the SHARE demo is probably more comparable. Best, GeorgLast replied by Georg Hinkel on Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Missing containment relation for metaclass VarThat's good to hear! FWIW, I think the setting of that new "vars" reference should be kept optional. I didn't update the result models and their visualizations, because these new references make the layout of the visualizations worse.Last replied by Tassilo Horn on Tuesday, 12 March 2013