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BoF Title: Contributing elements of code and ontology to 101 companies Purpose

Hosted by: Ralf Lämmel, Software Languages Team, University of Koblenz-Landau

Location: TBC

Abstract: The BOF session builds on top of Tuesday's tutorial "Understanding Programming Technologies by analogy, examples, and abstraction". The idea is to come together and review, revise, and extend the existing implementations in the 101companies corpus as well as the underlying 101companies ontology. There are at least two major modes of participation. Mode A is that the participant attends to critically inquire the existing material and overall concept. Mode B is that the participant attends with the firm goal to deliver another interesting implementation of the 101companies system or to contribute an interesting fragment of 101companies ontology.



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