GenGED – A Visual Definition Tool for Visual Modeling Environments. we give a brief overview on GenGED that allows for the visual definition and generation of visual modeling environments. Depending on the underlying visual modeling language, different components are suitable in a visual modeling environment. GenGED supports the definition and generation of editors, parsers, and simulators.

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  1. Ermel, Claudia; Taentzer, Gabriele; Bardohl, Roswitha: Simulating algebraic high-level nets by parallel attributed graph transformation (2005)
  2. Bardohl, Roswitha; Ehrig, Hartmut; de Lara, Juan; Taentzer, Gabriele: Integrating meta-modelling aspects with graph transformation for efficient visual language definition and model manipulation (2004)
  3. Ermel, Claudia; Bardohl, Roswitha: Scenario animation for visual behavior models: a generic approach (2004) ioport
  4. Ermel, Claudia; Bardohl, Roswitha; Ehrig, Hartmut: Generation of animation views for Petri nets in GenGED (2003)
  5. Bardohl, Roswitha: A visual environment for visual languages (2002)
  6. Bardohl, Roswitha; Ermel, Claudia; Padberg, Julia: Transforming specification architectures by GenGED (2002)
  7. Bottoni, Paolo; Costagliola, Gennaro: On the definition of visual languages and their editors (2002)
  8. Köth, Oliver; Minas, Mark: Structure, abstraction, and direct manipulation in diagram editors (2002)
  9. Minas, Mark: Concepts and realization of a diagram editor generator based on hypergraph transformation (2002)
  10. Pfaltz, John L.: Incremental transformation of lattices: A key to effective knowledge discovery (2002)
  11. Bardohl, R.; Schultzke, T.; Taentzer, G.: Visual language parsing in GenGEd (2001) ioport
  12. Bardohl, Roswitha; Ehrig, Hartmut: Conceptual model of the graphical editor GenGEd for the visual definition of visual languages (2000)