Transformation Tool Contest 2017 Open Peer Review Smart Grids (Responses)
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TimestampWhat is your name?
Which solution are you reviewing?
How do you rate the overall quality of the solution?
How do you rate the completeness and correctness of the Outage Detection task?
How do you rate the understandability of the Outage Detection task?
How do you rate the completeness and correctness of the Outage Prevention task?
How do you rate the understandability of the Outage Detection task?
How confident are you about your evaluation?
What did you like about the solution?
What did you dislike about the solution?
Do you have other comments about the solution?
Do you have any feedback for the solution submitters to improve their solution or paper?
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6/12/2017 9:27:49Georg HinkeleMoflon355553
The solution shows a very nice use case of rule refinements in eMoflon. The graphical visualization of eMoflon makes the solution very understandable.
The necessity of these rule refinements is a bit disappointing. Maybe eMoflon could be improved by specifying that also subtypes are possible matches? For example, the different rules needed to transform different types of locations could all be handled with the same rule, if there was an option to specify that subtypes are also allowed.

It is a pity that the ability of eMoflon could not be exposed for this solution, but the paper is quite clear about the reasons for that. Perhaps eMoflon could be improved to support such things?
I am having problems to execute the solution because of some reference errors in Java.
I think that the paper already is quite clear and understandable. However, it would be great to integrate the solution in the benchmark framework.
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6/12/2017 17:41:56Sven PeldszusNMF443433
The integration of transformation rules into the code.
The transformations are hard to read and understand - e.g. a visualization of the matched patterns would be very helpful. To understand what the rules match and create you have to build the source and target graphs in you mind.
As the reference solution wasn't running properly on our systems it was hard to judge correctness of the solution.
It would be very helpful if you explain in more detail what happens where in the rules.
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