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SLE 2016
Mon 31 October - Tue 1 November 2016 Amsterdam, Netherlands
co-located with SPLASH 2016
Mon 31 Oct 2016 14:20 - 14:45 at Zürich 2 - Runtime Techniques Chair(s): Julia Lawall

To ease domain-specific language (DSL) development, a range of language workbenches have been created, which provide language design facilities and programming tools, like editors and validators.
In spite of these developments, there is a perceived lack of tool support for execution monitoring, which is the basic block for program validation and maintenance.
To partially address this issue some language workbenches offer ad-hoc solutions for DSL debugging, but lack support for other monitoring features.
In the literature, a number of domain-specific monitoring tools have been proposed. However, there is no clear way for integrating these developments in existing language workbenches.
This paper presents ten requirements needed for creating a modular and composable DSL monitoring infrastructure and proposes an object-oriented design pattern for DSL program monitoring.
This pattern provides a practical answer to the problem of interfacing the runtime of a DSL with concrete domain-specific monitoring tools.
To show the practicability of our approach, we add monitoring support to a simple lambda calculus, without changing the standard interpreter. The ease of integrating monitoring tools is shown through the development of a tracer and the integration of an off-the-shelf domain-specific profiler.

Conference Day
Mon 31 Oct

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13:30 - 15:10
Runtime TechniquesSLE at Zürich 2
Chair(s): Julia LawallInria/LIP6
Experiences of Models@run-time with EMF and CDO
Daniel SeyboldUlm University, Germany, Jörg DomaschkaUlm University, Germany, Alessandro RossiniSINTEF, Norway, Christopher B. HauserUlm University, Germany, Frank GriesingerUlm University, Germany, Athanasios TsitsipasUlm University, Germany
Runtime Support for Rule-Based Access-Control Evaluation through Model-Transformation
Salvador MartínezOpen University of Catalonia, France, Jokin GarcíaIK4-IKERLAN Research Center, Spain, Jordi CabotOpen University of Catalonia, Spain
Object-Oriented Design Pattern for DSL Program MonitoringArtifact Evaluation
Zoé DreyENSTA Bretagne, France, Ciprian TeodorovENSTA Bretagne, France
DOI Media Attached
Execution Framework of the GEMOC Studio (Tool Demo)Artifact Evaluation
Erwan BousseTU Vienna, Austria, Thomas DegueuleInria, France, Didier VojtisekInria, France, Tanja MayerhoferTU Vienna, Austria, Julien DeAntoni, Benoit CombemaleUniversity of Rennes 1, France
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