Benoit Combemale confirmed as keynote speaker of EXE 2018
We are very proud to announce that Benoit Combemale from the University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès (UT2J) will give the keynote at EXE 2018 on "Model Execution: Past, Present and Future".
Combining GEMOC Studio and Blender
How to combine model executions carried out in GEMOC Studio and 3D animations in Blender has been shown in a student project on the example of a simple rover behavior modeling language.
Accepted paper in MDEbug
Our paper "Towards an automated fault localizer while designing meta-models" has been accepted for publication in MDEbug@MODELS
LEA project has started
We are very proud to announce that the LEA xDSML project (Language Engineering for Analyzable Executable Domain Specific Modelling Languages) has started with July 1, 2018.
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