Four presentations at 8th MULTI Workshop

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The conference series Models is the leading international conference in the field of modeling software systems. In the context of this conference the workshop MULTI has been taking place for several years. It is the central platform of an international community of scientists who are researching a new paradigm of conceptual modeling and software development. […]

Presentation at 7th MULTI Workshop

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The conference series “Models” (http://www.modelsconference.org/) is the leading international conference in the field of modeling software systems. In the context of this conference the workshop “MULTI” has been taking place for several years. It is the central platform of an international community of scientists who are researching a new paradigm of conceptual modeling and software […]

Tutorial on Multi-Level Modelling on Feb. 19th 2020 in Vienna

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Tony Clark and Ulrich Frank will give a tutorial on “Multi-level Modelling with the FMMLx and the XModelerML”. The tutorial takes place within the conference “Modellierung 2020“. Multilevel modelling is a new modelling paradigm that enables additional abstraction through an unlimited number of classification levels and thus contributes to reuse, integration and flexibility. The XModeler […]

MULTI’19 – 6th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling

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The MULTI’19 workshop (https://www.wi-inf.uni-duisburg-essen.de/MULTI2019/) is part of the IEEE / ACM 22nd International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), 15-20 September 2019 Munich, Germany (https://modelsconf19.org/). Prof. Dr. Ulrich Frank, Prof. Dr. Tony Clark, Dr. Jens Gulden, Dr. Monika Kaczmarek-Heß and Mario Nolte are members of the program committee. Multilevel modelling is an […]

MULTI’18 – 5th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling

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The Chair of Information Systems and Enterprise Modeling is co-organizing the Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling (MULTI’18) in conjunction with this year’s international conference MODELS. This new emerging modelling paradigm offers exciting new perspectives not only for conceptual modelling, but also for the development of software systems that are integrated with models of themselves. The workshop […]