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OCL 2016 Proceedings are Online

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

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

References

1. “16th International Workshop on Ocl and Textual Modeling, Ocl 2016, Saint-Malo, France, October 2, 2016. Proceedings” 1756, (2016): URL: http://www.brucker.ch/bibliography/abstract/brucker.ea-ocl-2016

2. Brucker, A. D., Cabot, J., Daniel, G., Gogolla, M., Herrera, A. S.-B., Hilken, F., Tuong, F., Willink, E. D., and Wolff, B. “Recent Developments in Ocl and Textual ModellingProceedings of the international workshop on ocl and textual modeling (ocl 2016) 1756, (2016): 157–165. URL: http://www.brucker.ch/bibliography/abstract/brucker.ea-recent-developments-2016

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