2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54804-8_5
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Abstract: Abstract. Class diagrams are among the most popular modeling languages in industrial use. In a model-driven development process, class diagrams evolve, so it is important to be able to assess differences between revisions, as well as to propagate differences using suitable merge operations. Existing differencing and merging methods are mainly syntactic, concentrating on edit operations applied to model elements, or they are based on sampling: enumerating some examples of instances which characterize the diffe…

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