Parametric Synchronized Hyperedge Replacement (PSHR) is a graph transformation formalism where productions specifying the behavior of single components can be synchronized to give full transitions. The main feature of PSHR is that the synchronization model is user-definable. To enhance the applicability of the approach we propose a simplified and more suggestive semantics, preserving however the expressive power of the original one. We also show how somecommon synchronization models can be formalized and exploited inside PSHR. This allows to simplify the modelling step, and the produced model too. We apply this approach to the airport case study of FET-GC project AGILE.

Exploiting User-Definable Synchronizations in Graph Transformation

LANESE, IVAN
2008

Abstract

Parametric Synchronized Hyperedge Replacement (PSHR) is a graph transformation formalism where productions specifying the behavior of single components can be synchronized to give full transitions. The main feature of PSHR is that the synchronization model is user-definable. To enhance the applicability of the approach we propose a simplified and more suggestive semantics, preserving however the expressive power of the original one. We also show how somecommon synchronization models can be formalized and exploited inside PSHR. This allows to simplify the modelling step, and the produced model too. We apply this approach to the airport case study of FET-GC project AGILE.
Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Graph Transformation and Visual Modeling Techniques (GT-VMT 2006) Vienna, Austria
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