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Epsilon is a domain-specific language used in the development of software systems. The programming language was primarily designed as an executable modeling language to improve productivity and flexibility in model-driven engineering. Epsilon encourages MDE by providing a set of languages to define transformations, validations, code generation, and model-to-model (M2M) operations. It simplifies creating high-level specifications that can be transformed into implementation code or other project artifacts through its own interpreters or generators embedded within the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF). These features allow developers to capture complex tasks during the software lifecycle through domain-specific languages without needing to write low-level code manually.

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