James Cordy, Thomas Dean, Andrew Malton, and Kevin Schneider receive the Most Influential Paper award

James Cordy, Thomas Dean,  Andrew Malton, and Kevin Schneider receive the Most Influential Paper award

Congratulations to School of Computing Professor Emeritus James Cordy, cross-appointed ECE Professor Thomas Dean, former Professor Dr. Andrew Malton of Blackberry, and former PhD graduate Prof. Kevin Schneider of the University of Saskatchewan, on receiving the Most Influential Paper award at the 19th International Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation in Cleveland, Ohio today. Their 2001 paper, “Software Engineering by Source Transformation – Experience with TXL” was specially recognized as one of the two most influential papers from the more than 350 published in the first two decades of the conference.

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