The Model Driven Architecture (MDA) defines an alternative approach to software development. It allows to separate the system functionality specification from its implementation on any specific technology platform. Following the MDA approach, the first step of a software development project is the creation of a Platform Independent Model (PIM). Such PIM can then be mapped to one or more Platform Specific Models (PSMs). Keeping a PIM and its PSMs separate has many advantages, but it also leads to some problems. One of them is the synchronization of several models. Whenever a PIM is updated, all corresponding PSMs must also be updated to reflect the changes. A solution could be to combine a PIM and all its PSM in one and the same model. How this can be done is the main question of this thesis.