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Three papers accepted at MODELS 2014

Three papers by our research group have been accepted at the MODELS 2014 (ACM/IEEE Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems) scientific conference, the top international forum for model-driven software engineering.

Presentation of EMF-IncQuery at EclipseCon Europe 2012

Representing our research group, Dr. István Ráth has presented the new version of our open source incremental model query framework called EMF-IncQuery at EclipseCon Europe 2012, intended for industrial applications. As an acknowledgement of our work, Ed Merks (the creator of the de-facto industry standard Eclipse Modeling Framework) has lauded EMF-IncQuery as one of the most significant innovations of recent times.

Presentations at the MODELS 2012 conference

Representing our research group, Dániel Varró and Ábel Hegedüs presented at the MODELS 2012 (International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages & Systems) conference and the AMT 2012 (Workshop on Analysis of Model Transformations) workshop, held in Innsbruck.

Query-driven soft links and Developing Queries using EMF-IncQuery presented at MODELS 2012 and AMT 2012

EMF model fragments can now be connected using soft links defined by advanced model queries in EMF-IncQuery to achieve high performance (through incremental evaluation) and standard EMF integration (proper change notifications). We presented this new use case at the MODELS 2012 conference, held this year in Innsbruck.

We also presented the interactive query development features of EMF-IncQuery at the AMT 2012 workshop.

Presentation at the ECMFA 2012 conference

Representing our research group, Ábel Hegedüs presented the new use case of the EMF-IncQuery incremental model query engine for integrating queries into efficient derived features in EMF at the ECMFA 2012 (European Conference on Modelling Foundations and Applications) conference, held in Kgs. Lyngby.

Derived Features by integrating EMF-IncQuery presented at ECMFA 2012

Derived features for EMF can now be defined using advanced model queries in EMF-IncQuery to achieve high performance (through incremental evaluation) and standard EMF integration (proper change notifications). We presented this new use case at the ECMFA 2012 conference, held this year in Kgs. Lyngby.

Presentation at the TOOLS 2012 conference

Representing our research group, Dr. István Ráth has presented the newest version of the EMF-IncQuery incremental model query tool at the 50th TOOLS Europe International Conference on Objects, Models, Components, Patterns held in Prague.

EMF-IncQuery 0.6 introduced at the TOOLS 2012 conference

We are happy to announce the immediate availability of EMF-IncQuery v0.6-preview, a preview release of the new generation IncQuery technology. This preview release has been presented at the (last) TOOLS Europe conference, held this year in Prague. A big thanks to all the contributors who have made this possible!

Presentation at the ICST'12 conference

Zoltán Ujhelyi, PhD student attended at the Fifth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation in Montreal, Canada between April 17-20, 2012. During the conference a presentation he presented his work related to slicing model transformations in a debugging scenario called Dynamic Backward slicing of Model Transformations.

In the conference 200 researchers attended from more that 20 nations wordwide, and presented their results related to software quality and testing.

EMF-IncQuery presentation at the Workshop on Eclipse Open Source Software and OMG Open Specifications (Co-located with EclipseCon 2012)

A talk on High-performance model queries using EMF-IncQuery has been presented by István Ráth at the Third Biannual Workshop on Eclipse Open Source Software and OMG Open Specifications, co-located with EclipseCon 2012 in Reston.

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