Open and Original Problems in Software Language Engineering

OOPSLE

International Workshop on Open and Original Problems in Software Language Engineering

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The OOPSLE workshop is a discussion-oriented and collaborative forum for formulating and addressing with open, unsolved and unsolvable problems in software language engineering.

“Software languages” comprise all kinds of artificial languages used in software development: for programming, markup, pretty-printing, modelling, data description, formal specification, evolution, etc. Software language engineering is a relatively new research domain of systematic, disciplined and measurable approaches of development, evolution and maintenance of such languages.

Editions

  1. OOPSLE’13 at WCRE’13.
  2. OOPSLE’14 at CSMR-WCRE’14.
  3. OOPSLE’15 at SANER’15.
  4. OOPSLE’16 at SANER’16.

Organisation