Section: Highlights of the Year

Highlights of the Year

“Multi-tier diversification in Web-based software applications” appears in IEEE Software Magazine. This paper emphasizes a new type of software monoculture in Internet applications and introduces the idea of diversification in space and time at multiple levels of the software stacks. We experiment with a realistic Internet application to demonstrate the feasibility of multi-tier diversification. This experiment highlights the challenges that are ahead of software engineers if they want to systematically break the applicative monoculture of Internet applications.

The book “Globalizing Domain-Specific Languages” appears in the LNCS series. This book, edited by Benoit Combemale, Betty H.C. Cheng, Robert B. France, Jean-Marc Jézéquel, Bernhard Rumpe is the result of the Dagstuhl seminar organized by the GEMOC initiative in October 2014.


Ten years most influential paper award at MODELS'15 for the pioneering paper about the Kermeta meta-language (http://www.cnrs.fr/ins2i/spip.php?article1733 ) [117]

P.-A. Muller, F. Fleurey, J.-M. Jézéquel

Weaving executability into object-oriented meta-languages

Proc of MODELS/UML, p. 264-278, 2005.