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By Daniel Amyot, Pau Fonseca i Casas, Gunter Mussbacher

This ebook constitutes the refereed papers of the complaints of the eighth foreign convention on approach research and Modeling, SAM 2014, held in Valencia, Spain, in September 2014. The 18 complete papers and the three brief papers awarded including 2 keynotes have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from seventy one submissions. The contributions are prepared in topical sections named: reuse; availability, protection and optimization; sequences and interactions; trying out; metrics, constraints and repositories; and SDL and V&V.

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This ability to quickly test artifacts is also present within model-oriented environments thanks to model transformation and code generation mechanisms. CnP remains relevant in Software Modeling. 2 D. Liabeuf, X. Le Pallec, and J. Rouillard Copy and Paste in Editing Tools In the beginning (Xerox PARC, in the 70s), the CnP technique was limited to text duplication. ) propose it. From an interactive perspective, copying and pasting occurs most commonly in an ordered sequence of commands: the selection of what will be copied, the invocation of the copy function, the destination selection, and the invocation of the paste function.

We have identified several sources/sites that an interpreter could use: the semantic domain, the meta-model and the visual notation. , a [semantic domain] specifies the very concepts that exist in the universe of discourse [5]. The semantic domain defines what is the concept, its effects and the constraints associated with it. For example, one of the effects of specialization (inheritance) in UML is that “each instance of the specific classifier is also an instance of the general classifier” [14]. One can interpret this definition by a very short semantic distance from a specialized class to its superclass (although not necessarily in the other direction).

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