MULTI’20 – 7th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling

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The MULTI’20 workshop is part of the IEEE / ACM 23rd International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS), 18-23 October Montreal, Canada. Prof. Dr. Ulrich Frank, Prof. Dr. Tony Clark are members of the program committee.

Multilevel modelling is an emerging new modelling paradigm that offers exciting new perspectives not only for conceptual modelling, but also for the development of software systems that are integrated with models of themselves. Multilevel DSMLs allow for combining the benefits of economies of scale with the productivity enabled by concepts that were designed for very specific domains. Multilevel modelling has now been used successfully in a wide range of projects.

The MULTI workshop series is the premier event for researchers and practitioners who work in the field of multilevel languages and tools or are interested in applying multilevel technologies. It is aimed at providing a platform for exchanging ideas and promoting the further development of multilevel languages, methods and tools. In particular, the goal is to encourage the community to delineate different approaches to multilevel modelling and define objective ways to evaluate their respective strengths/weaknesses.