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OCL 2016 Proceedings are Online

The proceedings of the International Workshop on OCL and Textual Modeling (OCL 2016) are now on-line as Volume 1759 of the CEUR Workshop Series [1].

The proceedings contain 11 peer-reviewed papers presenting the latest research related to Textual Modeling in general and the Object Constrained Language (OCL) in particular. Moreover, the proceedings also contain an invited paper [2] that summarizes the lightning talks given during the open discussion session at the workshop.


A. D. Brucker, J. Cabot, and A. S.-B. Herrera, Eds., 16th international workshop on OCL and textual modeling, OCL 2016, saint-malo, france, october 2, 2016. proceedings, vol. 1756., 2016.
A. D. Brucker et al., Recent developments in OCL and textual modelling,” in Proceedings of the international workshop on OCL and textual modeling (OCL 2016), 2016, vol. 1756, pp. 157–165.

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