Call for endorsements - SLE Most Influential Paper (MIP) Award 2018
This form allows you to endorse one of the papers from the International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE) 2008 to be considered for the Most Influential Paper (MIP) Award 2018.
The program of SLE 2008 is available at
Deadline of the call for endorsements: September 13th, 2019
The SLE MIP Award 2018 will be officially delivered during SLE 2019, to be held on October 20-22, 2019, co-located with SPLASH and GPCE in Athens, Greece (see
The SLE MIP Award distinguishes the authors of the paper presenting the best impact, being scientific, industrial or societal. Please, select the paper, and share to the SLE Steering Committee (SC) your endorsement. Any motivations and tangible facts of any impact are particularly welcome.
The SLE MIP Award is delivered by the current SC members, considering: i) endorsements from the community, and ii) the synthesis of some facts and metrics collected in advance by selected SC members.
SLE 2008 paper
"Evaluating the Visual Syntax of UML: Improving the Cognitive Effectiveness of the UML Family of Diagrams", Daniel Moody, Jos van Hillegersberg
"Neon: a library for language usage analysis", Jurriaan Hage, Peter van Keeken
"Analyzing Rule-Based Behavioral Semantics of Visual Modeling Languages with Maude", Jose Rivera, Esther Guerra, Juan de Lara, Antonio Vallecillo
"Parse Table Composition - Separate Compilation and Binary Extensibility of Grammars", Martin Bravenboer, Eelco Visser
"Practical Scope Recovery using Bridge Parsing", Emma Nilsson-Nyman, TorbjOrn Ekman, Gorel Hedin
"Generating Rewritable Abstract Syntax Trees: A Foundation for the Rapid Development of Source Code Transformation Tools", Jeffrey Overbey, Ralph Johnson
"Systematic Usage of Embedded Modelling Languages in Model Transformation Chains", Mathias Fritzsche, Jendrik Johannes, Uwe Assmann, Simon Mitschke, Wasif Gilani, Ivor Spence, John Brown, Peter Kilpatrick
"Engineering a DSL for Software Traceability", Nicholas Drivalos, Dimitrios Kolovos, Richard Paige, Kiran Fernandes
"Towards an Incremental Update Approach for Concrete Textual Syntaxes for UUID-Based Model Repositories", Thomas Goldschmidt
"A Model Engineering Approach to Tool Interoperability", Yu Sun, Zekai Demirezen, Frederic Jouault, Robert Tairas, Jeff Gray
"Engineering languages for specifying product-derivation processes in Software Product Lines", Pablo Sanchez, Neil Loughran, Alessandro Garcia, Lidia Fuentes
"Transformation Language Integration based on Profiles and Higher Order Transformations", Pieter Van Gorp, Anne Keller, Dirk Janssens
"Formalization and Rule-Based Transformation of EMF Ecore-Based Models", Bernhard Schaetz
"A Practical Evaluation of Using TXL for Model Transformation", Hongzhi Liang, Juergen Dingel
"DeFacto: Language-Parametric Fact Extraction from Source Code", Bas Basten, Paul Klint
"A Case Study In Grammar Engineering", Tiago Alves, Joost Visser
"A language description for Sudoku", Terje Gjosaeter, Ingelin Isfeldt, Andreas Prinz
"The Java Programmer’s Phrase Book", Einar Host, Bjarte Ostvold
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