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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Towards Attribute Grammars for Metamodel Semantics

Bürger, Christoff, Karol, Sven 15 August 2011 (has links) (PDF)
Of key importance for metamodelling are appropriate modelling formalisms. Most metamodelling languages permit the development of metamodels that specify tree-structured models enriched with semantics like constraints, references and operations, which extend the models to graphs. However, often the semantics of these semantic constructs is not part of the metamodel, i.e., it is unspeci ed. Therefore, we propose to reuse well-known compiler construction techniques to specify metamodel semantics. To be more precise, we present the application of reference attribute grammars (RAGs) for metamodel semantics and analyse commonalities and differences. Our focus is to pave the way for such a combination, by exemplifying why and how the metamodelling and attribute grammar (AG) world can be combined and by investigating a concrete example - the combination of the Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF) and JastAdd, an AG evaluator generator.
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Towards Attribute Grammars for Metamodel Semantics

Bürger, Christoff, Karol, Sven 15 August 2011 (has links)
Of key importance for metamodelling are appropriate modelling formalisms. Most metamodelling languages permit the development of metamodels that specify tree-structured models enriched with semantics like constraints, references and operations, which extend the models to graphs. However, often the semantics of these semantic constructs is not part of the metamodel, i.e., it is unspeci ed. Therefore, we propose to reuse well-known compiler construction techniques to specify metamodel semantics. To be more precise, we present the application of reference attribute grammars (RAGs) for metamodel semantics and analyse commonalities and differences. Our focus is to pave the way for such a combination, by exemplifying why and how the metamodelling and attribute grammar (AG) world can be combined and by investigating a concrete example - the combination of the Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF) and JastAdd, an AG evaluator generator.
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Parametrierbare Metamodelle zur Berechnung des Wärmeübergangs in Hohlräumen

Pavliček, Florentina 24 October 2019 (has links)
Das thermische Verhalten von Werkzeugmaschinen verursacht geometrische Abweichungen an Werkstücken. In vielen Forschungsarbeiten wurden wertvolle Beiträge zu deren Verbesserung veröffentlicht. Dabei kommt die Finite-Elemente (FE)- Simulation zum Einsatz. Für diese ist unter anderem der Wärmeübergangskoeffizient als Randparameter notwendig. Insbesondere für Hohlräume, beispielsweise unter der Maschinenverkleidung, gibt es keine Methode diesen schnell zu berechnen. Die vorliegende Arbeit liefert umfangreiche Untersuchungen zu den thermischen Vorgängen in Hohlräumen und deren Auswirkungen auf die thermischen Verlagerungen an Werkzeugmaschinen. Dafür erarbeitet diese Arbeit eine Methode, um Metamodelle für die schnelle Berechnung des Wärmeübergangskoeffizienten in Hohlräumen zu erstellen. Mögliche Hohlraumkonfigurationen werden dafür kategorisiert und für messtechnische Untersuchungen ein Versuchsstand konzipiert. Der Einfluss des Mikroklimas auf die thermischen Verlagerungen wird analysiert. Dabei wird der Einfluss von Konvektion und Strahlung, der Maschinenverkleidung und des Öffnens der Arbeitsraumtüre untersucht. In dieser Arbeit werden zwei Metamodelle erstellt, für einen Hohlraum mit einer Seitenwand als Wärmequelle und für einen Hohlraum mit mittig platzierter Wärmequelle. Die Anwendung der Metamodelle wird mit der thermischen FE-Simulation einer Werkzeugmaschine erläutert und eine Hilfestellung für die Übertragung auf weitere Werkzeugmaschinen gegeben. / The thermal behavior of machine tools causes most of the geometric errors on workpieces. In recent years, many authors published valuable contributions to the analysis, correction and compensation of the thermal behavior of machine tools. One way is the finite element simulation, where the heat transfer coefficient is needed as an input parameter. In particular, for enclosures, for example under the machine housing, there is no method to calculate this coefficient quickly. As state of the art the heat transfer coefficient is received from a computation-intensive fluid simulation of the enclosure. The present work provides investigations of enclosures, the microclimate in enclosures, its effect on the thermal errors of machine tools and finally a method to develop metamodels for the fast calculation of the heat transfer coefficient in enclosures and to use them in the finite element simulation. Possible enclosure configurations are categorized and a test stand is designed for metrological investigations. In basic investigations the thermal processes in different enclosures are analyzed. The influence of the microclimate on thermal errors of machine tools is analyzed in experiments. The influence of convection and radiation, the machine housing and the opening of the working room door are examined. In this work two metamodels are developed. One for an enclosure with a side wall as a heat source and one for an enclosure with a centrally placed heat source. The application of the metamodels is explained in the thermal finite element simulation of a machine tool.

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