By Dragan Gaševic, Ralf Lämmel, Eric van Wyk

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the 1st foreign convention on software program Language Engineering, SLE 2008, held in Toulouse, France, in September 2008.
The sixteen revised complete papers and 1 revised brief paper provided including 1 instrument demonstration paper and a couple of keynote lectures have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 106 preliminary submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on language and gear research and overview, concrete and summary syntax, language engineering recommendations, language integration and transformation, language implementation and research, in addition to language engineering pearls.

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Median values are often favoured over averages, because they are less sensitive to outliers. Of course, we do not want to count the time that a student spends in class or in bed as in between compilation time. So the query takes a time-coherence parameter m which specifies that after m minutes without compilation by a particular student, we consider the programming session to have ended. While computing the compilation intervals, we make sure that time between sessions is not counted. In Figure 4 we use m = 60.

Symbol excess: this can be resolved simply by removing the unnecessary symbols. For example, notes can be simply shown as blocks of text so they will not be interpreted as constructs. They should also be shown using smaller font so they are clearly lower in the visual hierarchy (perceptual precedence). 2 Principle of Perceptual Discriminability UML diagrams consist of two types of elements: nodes (two-dimensional graphical elements) and links (one-dimensional graphical elements). Discriminability of both types of elements are important.

Table 1). Recommendations for Improvement Where possible, perceptually direct shapes, icons and spatial relationships should be used instead of simple “boxes and lines”. For example, Figure 7 shows how a more perceptually direct shape could be used to represent packages. As another example, whole-part relationships are shown in a similar way to other associations and are differentiated only by a different shaped connector. This convention is not mnemonic (it is difficult for non-experts to remember which end is the “whole” and which is the “part” end) and is ambiguous because diamonds are also used to represent n-ary relationships.

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