Rascal is a meta-programming language for processing source code in the broad sense (models, doc- uments, formats, languages, etc.). In this short note we discuss the implementation of the “TTC’14 Movie Database Case” in Rascal. In particular we will highlight the challenges and benefits of using a functional programming language for transforming graph-based models.
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Keywords model transformation, Rascal
THEME Software (theme 1)
Publisher CEUR
Project Next Generation Auditing: Data- Assurance as a serivce
Conference Transformation Tool Contest
Citation
Inostroza Valdera, P.A, & van der Storm, T. (2014). The TTC 2014 Movie Database Case: Rascal . In Proceedings of Transformation Tool Contest 2014 (TTC'14) (pp. 155–159). CEUR.