Recently, many researchers are working on semantics preserving model transformation. In the field of graph transformation one can think of translating graph grammars written in one approach to a behaviourally equivalent graph grammar in another approach. In this paper we translate graph grammars developed with the GROOVE tool to AGG graph grammars by first investigating the set of core graph transformation concepts supported by both tools. Then, we define what it means for two graph grammars to be behaviourally equivalent, and for the regarded approaches we actually show how to handle different definitions of both - application conditions and graph structures. The translation itself is explained by means of intuitive examples.
|Name||Electronic Communications of the EASST|
|Publisher||European Association of Software Science and Technology|
|Conference||Second International Workshop on Graph and Model Transformation (GraMoT 2006), Brighton, United Kingdom|
|Period||8/09/06 → …|