Computer science professor receives ACM paper award

Computer science professor Gail Murphy‘s 1995 paper, “Software reflexion models: bridging the gap between source and high-level models” has been selected to receive one of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) SIGSOFT’s Retrospective Impact Paper awards in 2011.  

ACM SIGSOFT recognizes papers that have been influential in software engineering research. Annually an award is made to a paper published a decade earlier, and in each of the first five years of the award, an additional committee is asked to select up to five papers published prior to 1998 for a special Retrospective Impact Award.

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