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.Read More
The EMF-IncQuery Project is proud to announce our talk at this year's EclipseCon Europe conference titled "Xcore meets IncQuery: How the New Generation of DSLs Are Made".
Have you ever got lost in a complex domain-specific model? Are you familiar with Facebook's Graph Search? Ever wished something like this would be available for your favorite EMF-based tool? It is, it's called EMF-IncQuery. In fact, it can do more than Graph Search, because you can create live queries, meaning you get live updates for your search results as the model is being edited. In the talk, we'll show you some of the most powerful features that this technology can be used for in practice.Read More
The german Eclipse Magazin has published an interview with our former student, Donát Csikós, who is now working at CERN. Among a lot of interesting details about his job, he also mentioned our research group and the EMF-IncQuery project. The online version can be found at the following links: german original, english translation by Google.Read More
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.
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.Read More