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what is the difference between EMF, UML ,Protege and MetaEdit+ [message #650077] Fri, 21 January 2011 11:11 Go to next message
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Hi!

I am a student who studies in Berlin. Now I gonna do one seminar about the meta modeling. My theme is "A Survey on Meta-Modeling Tools". My tutor ask me to compare the four tools of meta modeling which are MetaEdit+, Protege, NetBeans UML and Eclipse/EMF. Is there some who can tell me the difference between the UML, EMF´╝îProtege and MetaEdit+, or give me some tips about that. Because I am not familiar with these tools.

Best regards,
Tong

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Re: what is the difference between EMF, UML ,Protege and MetaEdit+ [message #650124 is a reply to message #650077] Fri, 21 January 2011 14:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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EMF is a general framework with an implementation of the OMG's EMOF at
the core. It's used to help implement UML2. UML2 is specified by the
OMG using EMOF/CMOF. The others things aren't Eclipse things. You'll
have to learn about them elsewhere.

hainanlion@gmail.com wrote:
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Re: what is the difference between EMF, UML ,Protege and MetaEdit+ [message #650148 is a reply to message #650124] Fri, 21 January 2011 18:20 Go to previous message
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Thanks for your answer!
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