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Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is a software engineering paradigm using abstract models to describe systems which are then systematically transformed to concrete implementations. Since model trans-formations are crucial for the success of MDE, several kinds of dedicated transformation languages have been proposed. Hybrid languages combine the statefulness and the ability to define control ow of imperative approaches with the raised level of abstraction of declarative ones. However the low-level engines employed to execute transformations lead to an impedance mismatch between specification and execution of model transformations which hampers debugging.
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