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10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
10 - Models and languages
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10 - Models and languages

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I used this set of slides for the lecture on Models and Languages I gave at the University of Zurich for the 1st year students following the course of Formale Grundlagen der Informatik. …

I used this set of slides for the lecture on Models and Languages I gave at the University of Zurich for the 1st year students following the course of Formale Grundlagen der Informatik.

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  • 1. Models andlanguages www.tudorgirba.com
  • 2. What is a model?
  • 3. exemplar example good example simulation role model poserfashion model model variety manakin sort mannikin manikin form mannequin theoretical account kind modeling framework modelling
  • 4. A model is a simplification of the subject,and its purpose is to answersome particular questionsaimed towards the subject. rbe Bezivin, Ge
  • 5. Aristotle 384 BC - 322 BCμετά = after, beyond
  • 6. A meta-model is a modelthat makes statementsabout what can be expressedin valid models. z Ed S iedewit
  • 7. meta-meta-model meta-model model subject
  • 8. meta-meta-model instanceOf meta-model instanceOf model representedBy subject
  • 9. computationinformation information computer
  • 10. Please, stand up!
  • 11. Please, stand up!Congratulations, you just executed a program!
  • 12. Va rog sa va ridicati in picioare!
  • 13. Va rog sa va ridicati in picioare! If you do not know the language, you cannot interpret it
  • 14. Who’s on first?
  • 15. Who’s on first?
  • 16. -12.34
  • 17. -12.34Ceci n’est pas un nombre
  • 18. - digit . digitpart = {digit} x Nonterdecimal_part “.” part = "x" mi Termin nalnumber = [-] part [decimal_part] x y al Sequen x|y ce Alterna { x } tiv Iteratio e ( x ) n Binding [ x ] Option y = x. Definiti on
  • 19. Please, stand up by sitting down!
  • 20. Please, stand up by sitting down! Syntactically correct sentences do not necessarily have a meaning
  • 21. Tudor Gîrba www.tudorgirba.comcreativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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