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Seminar 14412
Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages

Betty H. C. Cheng (Michigan State University - East Lansing, US), Robert B. France (Colorado State University - Fort Collins, US), Jean-Marc Jezequel (University of Rennes, FR), Bernhard Rumpe (RWTH Aachen, DE)

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Seminar Wide Materials
 
 Globalizing Modeling Languages
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Colin Atkinson , Universität Mannheim
 Globalizing DSLs through Contextualized Modeling
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Cedric Brun , Obeo - Nantes
 Globalizing DSLs : overall consistency and large scale collaboration
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Barrett Bryant , University of North Texas
 Globalization of Modeling Languages: A Formal Semantics Approach
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Benoit Caillaud , INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
  Hybrid systems modeling and simulation: challenges and solutions
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Betty H C Cheng , Michigan State University - East Lansing
 

Siobhan Clarke , Trinity College Dublin
 Experience integrating DSLs and Formal Methods for Coordinating Vehicles
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Tony Clark , Middlesex University
 Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages
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 Globalization of Domain Specific Modelling Languages
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Benoit Combemale , IRISA / CNRS
 Language Engineering Workbench
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Julien Deantoni , INRIA Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
 julien deantoni's 5 minute introduction
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Thomas Degueule , IRISA / CNRS
 Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages: A few thoughts on the open-world
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Robert B France , Colorado State University
 

Ulrich Frank , Universität Duisburg-Essen
 The Need for Multilevel DSMLs
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Jean-Marc Jezequel , IRISA / CNRS
 Towards Families of DSLs
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Gabor Karsai , Vanderbilt University
 Globalization of modeling languages: definition and challenges
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Ralf Laemmel , Universität Koblenz-Landau
 Introductory statement for Seminar 14412 Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages
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Marjan Mernik , University of Maribor
 Globalizing Modeling Languages
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Pieter J Mosterman , The MathWorks Inc. - Natick
 

Oscar M Nierstrasz , Universität Bern
 

Bernhard Rumpe , RWTH Aachen
 Composition of Languages
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Martin Schindler , MaibornWolff GmbH - München
 Globalization of DSLs or All about Boxes and Lines
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Friedrich Steimann , Fernuniversität in Hagen
 A benchmark for globalizing domain-specific languages
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Eugene Syriani , University of Alabama
 Globalization of DSLs: a focus on collaboration
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Janos Sztipanovits , Vanderbilt University
 Case for Model Integration Languages
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Juha-Pekka Tolvanen , MetaCase - Jyväskylä
 “Globalizing DSLs”: Defining coordination among modeling languages
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Antonio Vallecillo , University of Malaga
 My view On the Globalization of Modeling Languages
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Markus Voelter , Völter Ingenieurbüro - Stuttgart
 Slides for GEMOC Dagstuhl
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Mark van den Brand , TU Eindhoven
 DSL related research challenges
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