Generic Modeling Environment

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Generic Modeling Environment (GME) is a model-integrated program synthesis tool for creating domain-specific models of large-scale systems. GME allows users to define new modeling languages using UML-based metamodels. GME was developed by the Institute for Software Integrated Systems at Vanderbilt University. GME is a part of the META Tool Suite and the Adaptive Vehicle Make program. The main language it uses is CyPhyML.

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