Topic: Eclipse Prolog EMF Transformation Engine (PETE)
Presenter: Bernhard Schätz, email@example.com Bernhard Schätz received his Ph.D. in computer science at the TU München in 1998. Besides being an Assistant Professor at TU München, Fakultät für Informatik, he heads the department for Software and System Engineering at the fortiss Research and Transfer Institute, of which he also acts as Deputy Managing Director. His work focuses at the development and application of methods for the engineering of reliable embedded software systems, especially by means of CASE tools for model-based development. He is the organizer of several regular events on model-based techniques. Besides his academic activities he works as a consultant in the domain of embedded systems and model-based development; furthermore, he is co-founder and member of the advisory board of the Validas AG.
Company: fortiss GmbH
Type: Short presentation
Description: The PETE plugin offers a transformation framework, supporting the transformation of models based on the EMF Ecore framework using a declarative, rule-based description of transformation operations. It is implemented as an Ecplise PlugIn, providing a Transformation Wizard for the transformation of EMF models, using Prolog as transformation language.