Eclipse Modeling Project
The Eclipse Modeling Project focuses on the evolution and promotion of model-based development technologies within the Eclipse community by providing a unified set of modeling frameworks, tooling, and standards implementations.
The Eclipse Modeling Project (EMP) was formed as a top-level project at Eclipse in order to bring together a number of modeling-related projects. While the Modeling project has been a success in many respects, it remains somewhat a collection of individual projects with little or no focus on integration or ease-of-use. As stated in the EMP charter, the "Eclipse Modeling Project will focus on the evolution and promotion of model-based development technologies within the Eclipse community.
Agent Modeling Platform
The Agent Modeling Platform (AMP) provides extensible frameworks and exemplary tools for Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) as well as more general agent applications. AMP includes: Agent Modeling Framework (AMF): Meta-model representation (acore) for agent model structure, behavior and generic functions. Acore editors and IDE integration. Code generation supporting fully executable Java models. Agent Execution Framework (AXF): Extensible and generic API for model life-cycle execution, agent aggregation, view and control management, and workbench interaction.
Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF)
The EMF project is a modeling framework and code generation facility for building tools and other applications based on a structured data model. From a model specification described in XMI, EMF provides tools and runtime support to produce a set of Java classes for the model, along with a set of adapter classes that enable viewing and command-based editing of the model, and a basic editor.
CDO Model Repository
The CDO (Connected Data Objects) Model Repository is a distributed shared model framework for EMF models and meta models. CDO is also a model runtime environment with a focus on orthogonal aspects like model scalability, transactionality, persistence, distribution, queries and more.
EMF Compare brings model comparison to the EMF framework, this tool provides generic support for any kind of metamodel in order to compare and merge models. The objectives of this component are to provide a stable and efficient generic implementation of model comparison and to provide an extensible framework for specific needs.
EMF Diff/Merge is a diff/merge tool for models. Its main purpose is to help build higher-level tools that need to merge models based on consistency rules. GUI components are also provided. Typical usages include model refactoring, iterative model transformations, bridges between models or modeling tools, collaborative modeling environments, or versioning systems.
Link: EMF Diff/Merge Wiki
EMF is a modeling framework and code generation facility for building tools and other applications based on a structured data model. From a model specification described in XMI, EMF provides tools and runtime support to produce a set of Java classes for the model, a set of adapter classes that enable viewing and command-based editing of the model, and a basic editor. Models can be specified using annotated Java, XML documents, or modeling tools like Rational Rose, then imported into EMF.
Modeling Workflow Engine
Welcome to the Modeling Workflow Engine wiki. the modeling workflow engine (MWE) supports orchestration of different Eclipse modeling components to be executed within Eclipse as well as standalone. Based on a dependency injection framework, one can simply configure and wire up 'workflows' using a declarative XML-based language. The project provides the runtime used to execute workflows as well as the IDE tooling used to edit, start and debug them.
The query component facilitates the process of search and retrieval of model elements of interest in a flexible yet controlled and structured manner. Provides API support for the basic EObject based Condition objects that are used to formulate queries for EMF models.
The query component provides the following classes/interfaces to support queries.
The Query2 component facilitates the process of search and retrieval of emf model elements in a structured format with an additional advantage that resource loading is minimized during execution.
Query2 uses an in-built index mechanism to speed up the queries. The indexes are build before query execution and used during query execution. The indexes can be re-used by multiple query executions. For majority of queries, the resources are not needed to be loaded, and hence it provide incredible improvements in terms of memory consumption.
EMF Teneo Model - Relational Database Integration
Teneo is a database persistency solution for EMF using Hibernate or EclipseLink. It supports automatic creation of EMF to Relational Mappings. EMF Objects can be stored and retrieved using advanced queries (HQL or EJB-QL).