The Softlang Team at Koblenz conducts research on megamodeling of different kinds. We are foremost interested in megamodels that serve for ontology-based technology documentation. We are also interested in megamodeling in the context of repository management, build management, regression testing, and verification or validation of software transformations. In addition to the term "megamodeling", we also speak of "linguistic architecture" (modeling) in many cases. That is, linguistic architecture is another kind of software architecture focused on language and technology-usage in software systems.
Papers on megamodeling
- Modeling the Linguistic Architecture of Software Products: (.html)
- Interpretation of Linguistic Architecture: (.html)
- Interconnected Linguistic Architecture: (.html)
- Axioms of linguistic architecture: (.html)
- Coupled Software Transformations—-Revisited: (.html)
- Relationship Maintenance in Software Language Repositories: (.html)
- Language Support for Megamodel Renarration: (.html)
Megamodelers at Softlang
- Ralf Lämmel (Team leader)
- Lukas Härtel (MSc candidate)
- Johannes Härtel (PhD candidate)
- Marcel Heinz (PhD candidate)
- Andrei Varanovich (PhD candidate)
We are grateful to several other students who help us on the megamodeling front.
In particular, gratitude is due to Wojciech Kwasnik for his development of the project logo; see above.
Former and current collaborators
- Dr. Jean-Marie Favre (Professor at University Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1, Grenoble, France)
- Dr. Vadim Zaytsev (Chief Science Officer of Raincode, Brussels, Belgium)