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The ASF+SDF Meta-environment: A Component-Based Language Development Environment
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The Asf+Sdf Meta-environment is an interactive development environment for the automatic generation of interactive systems for constructing language definitions and generating tools for them. Expand
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The Asf+Sdf Meta-Environment: a Component-Based Language Development Environment
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The ASF+SDF Meta-Environment is an interactive development environment for the automatic generation of interactive systems for constructing language definitions and generating tools. Expand
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Imposing a memory management discipline on software deployment
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The deployment of software components frequently fails because dependencies on other components are not declared explicitly or are declared imprecisely. Expand
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Nix: A Safe and Policy-Free System for Software Deployment
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We present Nix, a deployment system that addresses these issues through a simple technique of using cryptographic hashes to compute unique paths for component instances. Expand
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Grammars as Feature Diagrams
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Feature Diagrams (FDs) have been proposed to describe the configuration space of a software system at the problem level. Expand
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A pretty-printer for every occasion
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We combine new and existing techniques to form a generic pretty-printer that satisfies modern pretty-print requirements. Expand
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Source Tree Composition
  • M. Jonge
  • Computer Science
  • ICSR
  • 15 April 2002
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This paper's subject is to increase software reuse by decreasing coupling of source code components. Expand
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Pretty-Printing for Software Reengineering
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We describe generic pretty-printing techniques that help to reduce maintenance effort of tailor-made reengineering supporting multiple language dialects. Expand
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Cost-effective maintenance tools for proprietary languages
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We describe a case study carried out in cooperation with Lucent Technologies in which we used alanguage-centeredsoftware engineering approach for the development of maintainable, inexpensive language tools for incremental documentation generation. Expand
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eServices for Hospital Equipment
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We explore the idea that by combining different sources of information in a hospital environment, valuable e-services can be developed for reducing cost and improving quality of service. Expand
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