Towards Attributed Graphs in Groove


Kastenberg, Harmen (2005) Towards Attributed Graphs in Groove. [Report]

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Abstract:Graphs are a very expressive formalism for system modeling, especially when attributes are allowed. Our research is mainly focused on the use of graphs for system verification. Up to now, there are two main different approaches of modeling (typed) attributed graphs and specifying their transformation. Here we report preliminary results of our investigation on a third approach. In our approach we couple a graph to a data signature that consists of unary operations only. Therefore, we transform arbitrary signatures into a structure comparable to what is called a graph structure signature in the literature, and arbitrary algebras into the corresponding algebra graph.
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Additional information:Proceedings of Workshop on Graph Transformation for Verification and Concurrency, GT-VC 2005
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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