Call for endorsements - SLE Most Influential Paper (MIP) Award 2019
This form allows you to endorse one of the papers from the International Conference on Software Language Engineering (SLE) 2009 to be considered for the Most Influential Paper (MIP) Award 2019.
The program of SLE 2008 is available at
Deadline of the call for endorsements: September 13th, 2019
The SLE MIP Award 2019 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 2009 paper
"Language Evolution in Practice: The History of GMF", Markus Herrmannsdoerfer,Daniel Ratiu, and Guido Wachsmuth
"A Novel Approach to Semi-Automated Evolution of DSML Model Transformation", Tihamer Levendovszky, Daniel Balasubramanian, Anantha Narayanan, and Gabor Karsai
"Study of an API migration for two XML APIs", Thiago Tonelli Bartolomei, Krzysztof Czarnecki, Ralf Lämmel, and Tijs van der Storm
"Composing Feature Models", Mathieu Acher, Philippe Collet, Philippe Lahire, and Robert France
"VML* – A Family of Languages for Variability Management in Software Product Lines", Steffen Zschaler, Pablo Sánchez, João Santos, Mauricio Alférez, Awais Rashid, Lidia Fuentes, Ana Moreira, João Araújo, and Uirá Kulesza
"Multi-View Composition Language for Software Product Line Requirements", Mauricio Alférez, João Santos, Ana Moreira, Alessandro Garcia, Uirá Kulesza, João Araújo, and Vasco Amaral
"Yet Another Language Extension Scheme", Anya Helene Bagge
"Model Transformation Languages Relying on Models as ADTs", Jerónimo Irazábal and Claudia Pons
"Towards Dynamic Evolution of Domain Specific Languages", Paul Laird and Stephen Barrett
"ScalaQL: Language-Integrated Database Queries for Scala", Daniel Spiewak and Tian Zhao
"Integration of Data Validation and User Interface Concerns in a DSL for Web Applications", Danny M. Groenewegen and Eelco Visser
"Ontological Metamodeling with Explicit Instantiation", Alfons Laarman and Ivan Kurtev
"Verifiable Parse Table Composition for Deterministic Parsing", August Schwerdfeger and Eric Van Wyk
"Natural and Flexible Error Recovery for Generated Parsers", Maartje de Jonge, Emma Nilsson-Nyman, Lennart C. L. Kats, and Eelco Visser
"PIL: A Platform Independent Language for Retargetable DSLs", Zef Hemel and Eelco Visser
"Graphical Template Language for Transformation Synthesis", Elina Kalnina, Audris Kalnins, Edgars Celms, and Agris Sostaks
"A Role-based Approach Towards Modular Language Engineering", Christian Wende, Nils Thieme, and Steffen Zschaler
"Language Boxes Bending the Host Language with Modular Language Changes", Lukas Renggli, Marcus Denker, and Oscar Nierstrasz
"Declarative Scripting in Haskell", Tim Bauer and Martin Erwig
"An Automated Process for Implementing Multilevel Domain Models", Frédéric Mallet, François Lagarde, Charles André, Sébastien Gérard, and François Terrier
"Domain-Specific Metamodelling Languages for Software Language Engineering", Steffen Zschaler, Dimitrios S. Kolovos, Nikolaos Drivalos, Richard F. Paige, and Awais Rashid
"Generating Smart Wrapper Libraries for Arbitrary APIs", Uwe Jugel
"Closing the Gap between Modelling and Java", Florian Heidenreich, Jendrik Johannes, Mirko Seifert, and Christian Wende
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