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5th ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Reactive and Event-Based Languages and Systems (REBLS 2018), November 4, 2018, Boston, MA, USA

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5th ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Reactive and Event-Based Languages and Systems (REBLS 2018)

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RHEA: A Reactive, Heterogeneous, Extensible, and Abstract Framework for Dataflow Programming
Orestis Melkonian and Angelos Charalambidis
(Utrecht University, Netherlands; NCSR, Greece)

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A Reactive Language for Analyzing Cloud Logs
Guillaume Baudart, Louis Mandel, Olivier Tardieu, and Mandana Vaziri
(IBM Research, n.n.)

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Skitter: A DSL for Distributed Reactive Workflows
Mathijs Saey, Joeri De Koster, and Wolfgang De Meuter
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)

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Reactive Chatbot Programming
Guillaume Baudart, Martin Hirzel, Louis Mandel, Avraham Shinnar, and Jérôme Siméon
(IBM Research, n.n.; Clause, British Indian Ocean Territory)

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Synthesizing Manually Verifiable Code for Statecharts
Steven Smyth, Christian Motika, and Reinhard von Hanxleden
(University of Kiel, Germany; Philotech Systementwicklung und Software, Germany)

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Composable Higher-Order Reactors as the Basis for a Live Reactive Programming Environment
Bjarno Oeyen, Humberto Rodriguez Avila, Sam Van den Vonder, and Wolfgang De Meuter
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)

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DISCOPAR: A Visual Reactive Programming Language for Generating Cloud-Based Participatory Sensing Platforms
Jesse Zaman, Kennedy Kambona, and Wolfgang De Meuter
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
Participatory sensing (PS) platforms enable stakeholders to collect, analyse and visualise data for a particular interest. Despite high societal demand, developing a new PS platform remains a labour-intensive, nonreusable process that requires high technical expertise. We present DISCOPAR, a visual reactive flow-based domain-specific language geared towards the construction of reusable citizen observatories. With DISCOPAR, users interact with visual components to implement the various elements of a PS platforms without having to worry about its underlying technological complexities. We validate our approach through experiments using real-world empirical usability studies of ICT-agnostic users. The results show that DISCOPAR allows users with limited technological knowledge to create their own PS platform.
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