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SLE 2016
Mon 31 October - Tue 1 November 2016 Amsterdam, Netherlands
co-located with SPLASH 2016
Mon 31 Oct 2016 11:30 - 11:45 at Zürich 2 - Grammars and Parsing Chair(s): Terence Parr

Almost all software development activities require collaboration and language engineering is no exception. First, there is a need for collaboration among language engineers as it is not realistic to expect one man to master all. Second, there is a natural need for collaboration among language users. Finally, there is a need for collaboration among language engineers and language users: Not only when languages are originally designed but more importantly when they are maintained along with the work already created with them. Unfortunately too often tools ignore collaboration by unnecessarily splitting the work into separate for-mats, tools and roles. We describe and demonstrate collaborative tool capabilities implemented into MetaEdit+ tool and describe experiences on their use in practice.

Mon 31 Oct
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10:30 - 12:10: Grammars and ParsingSLE at Zürich 2
Chair(s): Terence ParrUniversity of San Francisco, USA
10:30 - 10:40
Day opening
Tijs van der StormCWI & University of Groningen, Emilie BallandSensational AG, Daniel Varro
10:40 - 11:05
Parsing and Reflective Printing, BidirectionallyArtifact Evaluation
Zirun ZhuNational University SOKENDAI, Japan, Yongzhe ZhangNational University SOKENDAI, Japan, Hsiang-Shang ‘Josh’ KoNational Institute of Informatics, Pedro MartinsUniversity of California at Irvine, USA, João SaraivaUniversity of Minho, Portugal, Zhenjiang HuNational University SOKENDAI, Japan
11:05 - 11:30
Taming Context-Sensitive Languages with Principled Stateful ParsingArtifact Evaluation
Nicolas LaurentUniversité Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, Kim MensUniversité Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
DOI Pre-print
11:30 - 11:45
MetaEdit+ for Collaborative Language Engineering and Language Use (Tool Demo)
Juha-Pekka TolvanenMetaCase, Finland
DOI Pre-print Media Attached
11:45 - 12:10
Efficient Development of Consistent Projectional Editors using Grammar CellsDistinguished paper nominee
Markus Völteritemis, Germany, Tamás Szabóitemis AG / TU Delft, Sascha Lissonitemis AG, Bernd Kolbitemis AG, Sebastian ErdwegDelft University of Technology, Netherlands, Thorsten BergerChalmers University of Technology, Sweden
DOI Pre-print Media Attached