13th Workshop on Model Design, Verification and Validation
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Models are purposeful abstractions of systems and of their environment. They can be applied at arbitrary abstraction levels for understanding complex systems, validating requirements, simulation or automatic code generation. Thus, the usage of models is of increasing importance for industrial applications. Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) is a development methodology that is based on models, meta-models, and model transformations. The shift from code or technical artifacts to software models is a key feature of MDE which opens promising perspectives for the formalization and the automation of verification and validation (V&V) tasks. On the other hand, the growing complexity of models and of model transformations requires efficient techniques for V&V in the context of MDE.