This is the web page for
, a framework for multi-level meta-modelling.
The framework is developed by the
research group from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Main contributors:
Juan de Lara
Jesús Sánchez Cuadrado
Support for an arbitrary number of ontological meta-levels. This makes MetaDepth especially useful to define multi-level languages.
Integration with the
family of languages. This means, EOL for in-place transformations, ETL for model-to-model transformations and EGL for code generation.
Hosts both Java and EOL as action and constraint languages.
Support for multi-level refactorings.
Support for derived attributes and constraints across multiple meta-levels.
No EMF-based, runs as a stand alone application.
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2010-2016 by Juan de Lara
: A framework for deep meta-modelling