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The goal of the [http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/ GMT] (Generative Modeling Technologies, previously Generative Model Transformer) project is to produce a set of research tools in the area of MDSD (Model Driven Software Development). These contributions are intended to be illustrative of the variety of operations applicable to abstract models. Historically the most important operation was model transformation and this is the origin of the name of the project. Currently model transformation stays an essential operation but other model management facilities like model composition are also being proposed, broadering the scope of the GMT project.
 
The goal of the [http://www.eclipse.org/gmt/ GMT] (Generative Modeling Technologies, previously Generative Model Transformer) project is to produce a set of research tools in the area of MDSD (Model Driven Software Development). These contributions are intended to be illustrative of the variety of operations applicable to abstract models. Historically the most important operation was model transformation and this is the origin of the name of the project. Currently model transformation stays an essential operation but other model management facilities like model composition are also being proposed, broadering the scope of the GMT project.
  
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* [[AM3]]
 
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* [[Epsilon]]
 
* [[Epsilon]]
 
* [[Fuut-je]]
 
* [[Fuut-je]]
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* [[GEMS]]
 
* [[MOFScript]]
 
* [[MOFScript]]
 
* [[oAW]]
 
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Revision as of 12:06, 24 October 2006

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The goal of the GMT (Generative Modeling Technologies, previously Generative Model Transformer) project is to produce a set of research tools in the area of MDSD (Model Driven Software Development). These contributions are intended to be illustrative of the variety of operations applicable to abstract models. Historically the most important operation was model transformation and this is the origin of the name of the project. Currently model transformation stays an essential operation but other model management facilities like model composition are also being proposed, broadering the scope of the GMT project.

GMT components