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One hinderance to model transformation verification is the\ud large number of different MT languages which exist, resulting in a large\ud number of different language-specific analysis tools. As an alternative,\ud we define a single analysis process which can, in principle, analyse specifications\ud in several different transformation languages, by making use of\ud a common intermediate representation to express the semantics of transformations\ud in any of these languages. Some analyses can be performed\ud directly on the intermediate representation, and further semantic models\ud in specific verification formalisms can be derived from it. We illustrate\ud the approach by applying it to ATL.
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