graphical view

IBM CPLEX Optimization Studio IDE, a mathematical optimization development environnement built on top of Eclipse

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Standard [25 minutes]
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In this talk, we will present an IDE dedicated to mathematical modeling that leverages the Eclipse platform in many ways.
It uses specific editors for OPL, a mathematical modeling language, along with non text editors.
This IDE extends the common navigator for optimization concepts, implements numerous wizards, preference pages, outline pages,
has lots of dedicated views and editors for result display, statistics, profiling. It uses the debug framework to provide OPL's Javascript debugging capabilities.

A Fresh Look At Graphical Editing

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Silchersaal

Graphical editing frameworks have been in around in the Eclipse ecosystem for years. Still, implementing a nice and usable graphical editor is either considered complex (GMF) or requires writing a lot of code (GEF, Graphiti).

In this session, I want to have a fresh look at the topic: What is the price of graphical editors as opposed to graphical views? Is it necessary to hard wire the mapping from the semantic to the graphical elements in code? How can we speed up the development turnarounds when implementation changes? Then I am going to demonstrate a new generic graphical view framework.

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