Advances in Model Language Engineering
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Modeling is key for any engineering discipline to design a system and to early understand its quality. Effective modeling needs appropriate modeling languages, because as already Wittgenstein said: “The borders of my language are the borders of my world.” General consensus of model-driven engineering is, that domain-specific modeling languages help to reduce the “conceptual gap” between problem domains and software implementation. In this talk, we examine advances in how the concepts for language definition have evolved, and how the tool implementation are assisted by modern language workbenches. We examine concepts like language reuse, composition, refinement, extension, management of language variants and how to migrate models between versions.
Lecture at NEMO2018
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 15:00