Graph Transformations and Model-Driven Engineering: Essays Dedicated to Manfred Nagl on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday / Edition 1

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This festschrift volume, published in honor of Manfred Nagl on the occasion of his 65th birthday, contains 30 refereed contributions, edited by five of his academic descendants. The types of papers vary significantly, including classic research papers in the style of journal articles, surveys of focused research areas, essays reflecting on certain research topics, and papers summarizing long-term work conducted by Manfred Nagl. The volume is structured in five parts: graph transformations, software architectures and reengineering, process support, embedded systems engineering as well as engineering design applications.

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Graph Transformations and Model-Driven Engineering: The Merits of Manfred Nagl.- Graph Transformations and Model-Driven Engineering: The Merits of Manfred Nagl.- Graph Transformations: Theory and Applications.- The Edge of Graph Transformation — Graphs for Behavioural Specification.- Graph Transformation by Computational Category Theory.- On GS-Monoidal Theories for Graphs with Nesting.- Shastic Modelling and Simulation of Mobile Systems.- Autonomous Units and Their Semantics – The Concurrent Case.- Parallel Independence of Amalgamated Graph Transformations Applied to Model Transformation.- Extended Triple Graph Grammars with Efficient and Compatible Graph Translators.- Controlling Reuse in Pattern-Based Model-to-Model Transformations.- Lessons Learned from Building a Graph Transformation System.- Workflow-Driven Tool Integration Using Model Transformations.- Software Architectures and Reengineering.- The Architecture Description Language MoDeL.- Towards Managing Software Architectures with Ontologies.- Using Role-Play Diagrams to Improve Scenario Role-Play.- Reverse Engineering Using Graph Queries.- Graph-Based Structural Analysis for Telecommunication Systems.- Process Support.- Do We Really Know How to Support Processes? Considerations and Reconstruction.- A Meta-Method for Defining Software Engineering Methods.- Techniques for Merging Views of Software Processes.- Embedded Systems Engineering.- Model Checking Programmable Router Configurations.- Architectural Issues of Adaptive Pervasive Systems.- Using Graph Grammars for Modeling Wiring Harnesses – An Experience Report.- Model-Driven Development with Mechatronic UML.- Model Synchronization at Work: Keeping SysML and AUTOSAR Models Consistent.- Multi-view Modeling to Support Embedded Systems Engineering in SysML.- Engineering Design Applications.- Requirements Engineering in Complex Domains.- Tool Support for Dynamic Development Processes.- An Extensible Modeling Language for the Representation of Work Processes in the Chemical and Process Industries.- Integration Tools for Consistency Management between Design Documents in Development Processes.- Towards Semantic Navigation in Mobile Robotics.- Model Driven Engineering in Operative Industrial Process Control Environments.

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