|Re: [emf-dev] EMF Compare - Compare multiple Models for Pattern Mining purposes|
Von: "Cédric Brun" <cedric.brun@xxxxxxx>
Gesendet: 27.10.2010 10:03:19
Betreff: Re: [emf-dev] EMF Compare - Compare multiple Models for Pattern Mining purposes
The Compare component is able to compute delta from 2 versions of a model +an optional common ancestor.
I'm not aware of any specific strategy used to compare "n" models with each others one strategy could be to determine first a "reference model" and then compare all the others with this one, another could be to compare every combination of model and then compare their own diffs... It really is an open question especially if you want to do something which is sustainable from a computation complexity perspective.
That said I'm would be quite interested in the outcome of your reflexion, feel free to send me a note then ;)
Le 27/10/2010 00:15, Tobias Mehre a écrit :Hey,_______________________________________________ emf-dev mailing list emf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/emf-dev
my name is Tobi. I'm currently working on my Master Thesis. I would like to use EMF Compare to find frequent patterns in Ecore-based models. I know that EMF Compare provides cababilities to compare two models (left and right side) but in my case it is necessary to compare multiple models in order to find the frequent patterns in a certain scope. Therefore i'm wondering if there are known strategies to reach the described goal. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance.
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