Software Engineering    (SE 2007)

February 13 – 15, 2007
Innsbruck, Austria
Editor(s): W. Hasselbring
399 pages
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Track Project Management and Development Process FreeSubscription
552-033 Designing an Automated Staff and Organization Performance Appraisal System: A Web-based Approach
L. Ab Rahim, A.I.Z. Abidin, and A.R. Shazi (Malaysia)
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552-059 A Checklist for Evaluating the Software Problem Management Model: A Case Study
M. Jäntti, A. Miettinen, and K. Vähäkainu (Finland)
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552-064 Nextmove: A Distributed Project Management Tool
D.K.M. Mak and P.K. Kruchten (Canada)
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552-095 PROMEP: A Metamodel for Define, Implement and Improve the Project Management Processes in SMES
G. Cuevas, J.A. Calvo-Manzano, I. Garcia, and T. San Feliu (Spain)
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552-118 Towards Engineering Web-Services
A. Zeid and R. Amir (Egypt)
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552-120 Discussion of Issues and Recommendations in Running One Semester Major Development Project for Postgraduate Courses
J. Kumar (Australia)
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552-141 Empirical Investigation on Knowledge Packaging Supporting Risk Management in Software Processes
P. Ardimento, N. Boffoli, M. Cimitile, A. Masone, and A. Tammaro (Italy)
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552-166 A Development Methodology for Moderately Open Multi-Agent Systems
A. Garcés, R. Quirós, M. Chover, J. Huerta, and E. Camahort (Spain)
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552-803 LOWCOST: Local Organization Search with Consolidated Ontologies for Name, Space and Time
C. Snae and M. Brueckner (Thailand)
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Track Agility, Evolution, and Requirements FreeSubscription
552-014 Improving Agile Software Development by the Application of Method Engineering Practices
B. Henderson-Sellers, M.K. Serour, C. Gonzalez-Perez, and A. Qumer (Australia)
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552-038 Towards an Agile Process Pattern Modeling Framework
X. Larrucea and T. Bozheva (Spain)
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552-070 Requirements Change Management Process Models: An Evaluation
N. Ikram and S. Ramzan (Pakistan)
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552-081 Enhancing Extreme Programming (XP) with Environment Analysis
F. Keenan (Ireland) and D. Bustard (UK)
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552-111 A Revision-based Logical Framework for Evolvable Software
H. Barringer, D. Rydeheard, B. Warboys, and D. Gabbay (UK)
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552-135 The Role of Domain Knowledge Representation in Requirements Elicitation
A. Osada, D. Ozawa, H. Kaiya, and K. Kaijiri (Japan)
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552-144 Applying MAS-CommonKADS Methodology in Knowledge Management Problem in Call Centers
F. Peyravi and F. Taghyareh (Iran)
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552-801 Improving Requirements Engineering from the Client's Perspective in the Health Care Domain
I. Minkkinen and A. Eerola (Finland)
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Track Concurrency and Distributed Systems FreeSubscription
552-048 Load Balancing for RFID Middlewares based on Agent Technology
J.F. Cui and H.S. Chae (South Korea)
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552-063 A Network Programming Language based on Concurrent Processes and Regular Expressions
K. Hatori and K. Hiraki (Japan)
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552-066 Runtime Race Detection for Multi-Threaded C++ Server Applications
A. Mühlenfeld and F. Wotawa (Austria)
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552-086 Web based Middleware Framework for Interoperability between Heterogeneous, Distributed Biodiversity Data Resources
R. Sundaravadivelu, R.J. White, A.C. Jones, and W.A. Gray (UK)
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552-088 On Synchronization with Direct Delaying and Resuming
L. Kotulski, L. Fryz, and T. Gorazd (Poland)
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552-149 A Survey of Context-Aware Middleware
K.E. Kjær (Denmark)
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552-152 Model-Driven Declaration-based Event-Enabled Application-to-Portal Integration
K. Sankarachary (USA)
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552-807 3-Dimensional Simulator for Multiple Robot System using TCP-IP
N.Y. Ko, D.J. Seo, K.J. Kim, J.A. Park, J. Lee, J. Hwang, and J. Jun (Korea)
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Track Tools FreeSubscription
552-053 GRACE: Automated Slicing for Visual Basic
J. Korpi and J. Koskinen (Finland)
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552-077 Aragon: An Industrial Strength Eclipse Tool for MMI Design for Mobile Systems
J. Pichler, H. Praehofer, G. Reisinger, and G. Leonhartsberger (Austria)
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552-090 An Efficient Mechanism for Matching Multiple Patterns with Streamed XML Data
A. Hinnerichs and E. Höfig (Germany)
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552-112 IR-Case Tool
J. Ferreira, A. Silva, and J. Delgado (Portugal)
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552-116 Java Debugging Laboratory for Automatic Generation and Analysis of Trace Data
S. Alekseev (Germany)
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552-117 Source Code Enhancement using Reduction of Duplicated Code
S.M. Nasehi, G.R. Sotudeh, and M. Gomrokchi (Iran)
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552-122 Using Computing-All-Slices Algorithm in Measuring Functional Cohesion
J. Al Dallal (Kuwait)
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552-129 A Practical Approach to Task-Dialog and Abstract Presentation Modeling of Graphical User Interfaces
S. Römer, J. Mayer, F. Schweiggert, M. Maier, and T. Vollmer (Germany)
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Track Product Lines and Components FreeSubscription
552-024 Component-based Software Development with Component Variants
Y. Altunel and M.R. Tolun (Turkey)
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552-029 Rationale-based Variability Management in Product Line Requirements Engineering
A.K. Thurimella (Germany)
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552-044 Automated Exchange of Software Resources, Components, Services, and Products
T. Putnam and K. Liu (UK)
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552-047 A Collaborative Approach for Product Line Scoping: A Case Study in Collaboration Engineering
M.A. Noor, P. Grünbacher (Austria), and R.O. Briggs (USA)
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552-055 Modelling Compositions of Modular Embedded Software Product Lines
W. Friess, J. Sincero, and W. Schroeder-Preikschat (Germany)
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552-115 Introducing Fault Tree Analysis into Product Line Software Engineering for Exception Handling Feature Exploitation
A. Noda, T. Nakanishi, T. Kitasuka, and A. Fukuda (Japan)
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552-130 Design Time Employment Optimization for Component based Systems
B. Boone, T. Verdickt, B. Dhoedt, and F. De Turck (Belgium)
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Track Testing FreeSubscription
552-030 Input Parameter Modeling for Combination Strategies
M. Grindal (Sweden) and J. Offutt (USA)
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552-037 Systematic Approach for using the Classification Tree Method for Testing Complex Software-Systems
S. Alekseev, R. Tiede, and P. Tollkühn (Germany)
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552-041 An Approach for the Maximum Clique Finding Problem Test Tool Software Engineering
D. Kumlander (Estonia)
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552-058 Test-Case Prioritization with Model-Checkers
G. Fraser and F. Wotawa (Austria)
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552-087 A Learning Support Tool for Testing Java Programs
N. Kamigochi and S. Matsuura (Japan)
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552-092 Generative Hierarchical Contracts for Conformance Testing of Sequential Containers
J.-P. Corriveau and S. Bashardoust-Tajali (Canada)
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552-146 Software Defect Prediction using Artificial Immune Recognition System
C. Catal and B. Diri (Turkey)
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552-168 Accelerating Time to Market by Reducing System Test Time
A. Santana, T.C.M.B. Carvalho (Brazil), P.G. Crumley, J.E. Moreira, A. Sanomiya, and R.A. Swetz (USA)
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Track Embedded Systems and Security FreeSubscription
552-028 Flow-Insensitive Static Analysis for Detecting Integer Anomalies in Programs
D. Sarkar, M. Jagannathan, J. Thiagarajan, and R. Venkatapathy (USA)
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552-039 Java Virtual Machines Behavior on Embedded Systems
K. Ammous, N. Benameur, and S. Niar (France)
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552-061 A Survey of the Problems of Time-Stamping or Why it is Necessary to Have Another Time-Stamping Scheme
C. Marinescu and N. Ţǎpuş (Romania)
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552-080 Runtime Adaptation in Safety-Critical Automotive Systems
M. Trapp, R. Adler, M. Förster, and J. Junger (Germany)
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552-131 Runtime Implementation Switching for Resource Constrainted Devices
R. Hens, F. De Turck, and B. Dhoedt (Belgium)
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552-155 Integrating Testability into the Development Process of Reactive Systems
H.V. Do, M. Delaunay, and C. Robach (France)
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552-162 Embedded Functional Programming in Hume
G. Patai and P. Hanák (Hungary)
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Track Software Architecture FreeSubscription
552-010 Quality Management Activities for Software Architecture and Software Architecture Process
N. Hämäläinen (Finland)
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552-043 Towards a Semantic Web Layered Architecture
A.J. Gerber, A. Barnard, and A.J. van der Merwe (South Africa)
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552-051 Aligning System Architectures on Requirements of Mobile Business Processes
V. Gruhn and A. Köhler (Germany)
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552-139 Architecture and Algorithms of a CSCW-based Sales Forecasting System
F. Xu, Z. Fang, H. Yang, T. Pan, and D. Zhang (PRC)
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552-153 Security Architecture for Process Management in Heterogeneous Data Warehouse Environments
G.A. Santana Torrellas (Mexico)
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552-159 Large Scale Modeling Efforts: A Survey on Challenges and Best Practices
H. Störrle (Austria)
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552-165 Addressing Separation of Concerns in Software Engineering Environments
E.Y. Nakagawa, A. da Silva Simão, and J.C. Maldonado (Brazil)
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Requirements; Software Architectures; Software Methodologies; Software Algorithms; Software Design and Development; Software Engineering; Software Tools; Software Maintenance; Software Metrics; Software Testing; Reliability; Quality Assurance; Software Evaluation; Reusability; Verification and Validation; Fault Tolerance; Software Agents; Programming Tools and Languages; Internet Computing (JAVA, CORBA, XML); Web-based Software Engineering; The Internet and Intranet; Semantic Web; Object-Oriented Analysis and Design; Visualization; Optimization; Security; Software for Parallel and Distributed Systems; Mobile and Wireless Computing; Communication Software and Protocols; Graphical User Interfaces; Human Computer Interaction; Copyright Issues; Cooperative Work Support; Standards; Project Management; Education; Software Performance Engineering; and Applications.

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