The Transformation Tool Contest (TTC) workshop is going into its 6th round! This year it will be co-located with ICMT and other conferences and workshops as part of STAF. The aim of the TTC is to compare the expressiveness, the usability and the performance of graph and model transformation tools along a number of selected case studies. That is, we want to learn about the pros and cons of each tool considering different applications. A deeper understanding of the relative merits of different tool features will help to further improve graph and model transformation tools and to indicate open problems.
The Eclipse-based portion of the tools participating at the TTC is continuously increasing. At the TTC 2011, we had some great solutions of many EMF and Eclipse-based transformation tools, including Edapt, Epsilon, Henshin, MDELab, VIATRA2 and others. Maybe your tool should be in that list too!
This year we have three great cases to be solved by you: a Flow Graphs case (submitted by Tassilo Horn), a Class Diagram Restructuring case (submitted by Kevin Lano and Shekoufeh Kolahdouz Rahimi), and a
Petri Nets to State Charts case (submitted by Pieter Van Gorp and Louis Rose). If you want to learn more about these cases, take a look at the introduction video by Louis Rose.
Hope to see you at the TTC 2013!