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<h1 class="Head">EGF</h1>
<p>EGF is an EMFT component in incubation. The purpose of EGF is to provide an extensible model-based generation framework. Its objectives are:
<li>To support complex, large-scale and customizable generations.</li>
<li>To promote the constitution of generation portfolios in order to capitalize on generation solutions.</li>
<li>To provide an extensible generation structure.</li>
<p class="Para">The following figure depicts the main concepts of EGF.</p>
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<img src="./EgfConcepts.png" alt="EGF main concepts"/>
<p class="Para">The following figure depicts EGF applied to the EMF generation.</p>
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<img src="./EgfEmfFactoriesGeneration.png" alt="EGF main concepts"/>
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