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ERCIM Workshop on Software Evolution (EVOL)
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International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution (IWPSE)
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Programme

All papers were published in the ESEC-FSE 2009 & Co-Located Workshops Compilation Proceedings (ISBN: 978-1-60558-000-5, ACM CD Order Number: 594094).

Monday, 24th August 2009
9.00 Welcome
(presentation)
(chair: Michel Wermelinger)
9.15
-
9.45
Anniversary Talk by Tom Mens:
The ERCIM Working Group on Software Evolution:
The Past and The Future
(presentation)
9.45
-
10.30
Anniversary Talk by Takuya Katayama
Learning Lessons from the Past:
How IWPSE has started, and Where we should go
(presentation)
10.30
-
11.00
Coffee Break
11.00
-
12.30
Session 1:
Measuring, analysing and visualising evolution
(chair: Rahul Premraj)
The role of patch review in software evolution: An analysis of the Mozilla Firefox
by Mehrdad Nurolahzade, Seyed Mehdi Nasehi, Shahedul Huq Khandkar, Shreya Rawal
(presentation)
Research friendly software repositories to drive evolution
by Israel Herraiz, Gregorio Robles, Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona
(presentation)
The visualization of the evolution of software project structures and metrics
by Antonio Gonzalez, Roberto Theron, Alexandru Telea, Francisco J. Garcia
(presentation)
12.30
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14.00
Lunch
14.00
-
15.00
Session 2:
Empirical studies and experience reports
(chair: Joost Visser)
Collateral Evolution of Applications and Databases
by Dien-Yen Lin, Iulian Neamtiu
(presentation)
Evolution of Software Development Standards in the Military Domain and Effects on Software Applications
by Kemal Burak Codur, Ali Hikmet Dogru
(presentation)
Increasing efficiency and effectiveness of Software Product Line Evolution – an infrastructure on top of Configuration Management
by Michail Anastasopoulos
(presentation)
15.00
-
15.30
Coffee Break
15.30
-
17.30
Session 3:
Mining and Migration
(chair: Tom Mens)
Mining Trends of Library Usage
by Yana M Mileva, Valentin Dallmeier, Martin Burger, Andreas Zeller
(presentation)
A Role-based Crosscutting Concerns Mining Approach to Evolve Java Systems Towards AOP
by Mario Luca Bernardi, Giuseppe A. Di Lucca
(presentation)
From Objects to Services: A “quick and dirty” meet-in-the-middle approach for migrating to SOA
by Filippo Ricca, Alessandro Marchetto
(presentation)
Tuesday, 25th August 2009
9.00
-
10.30
Keynote by Hausi Müller:
Towards Self-Adaptive Software-Intensive Systems
(chair: Kim Mens)
(presentation)
10.30
-
11.00
Coffee Break
11.00
-
12.30
Session 4
Processes, paradigms and methodologies
(chair: Dirk Deridder)
Time Warp, an approach for reasoning over system histories
by Veronica Uquillas Gomez, Andy Kellens, Johan Brichau, Theo D'Hondt
(presentation)
Controlled Evolution of Adaptive Programs
by Ahmed Abdelmeged, Therapon Skotiniotis, Karl Lieberherr
(presentation)
Perspectives on Automated Correction of Bad Smells
by Javier Pérez, Yania Crespo
(presentation)
12.30
-
14.00
Lunch
14.00
-
15.00
Session 5
Formal aspects, theories and principles
(chair: Andy Kellens)
An Effective Framework for Assume-Guarantee Verification of Evolving Component-Based Software
by Hung Ngoc Pham, Toshiaki Aoki, Takuya Katayama
(presentation)
Software Process Data Quality and Characteristics - A Historical View on Open and Closed Source Projects
by Adrian Bachmann, Abraham Bernstein
(presentation)
Measure Software - and its Evolution - Using Information Content
by Tom Arbuckle
(presentation)
15.00
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15.30
Coffee Break
15.30
-
17.30
Session 6
Social aspects
(chair: Israel Herraiz)
An Analysis Method for Improving a Bug Modification Process in Open Source Software Development
by Akinori Ihara, Masao Ohira, Ken-ichi Matsumoto
(presentation)
Researcher Profile: A Web 2.0 application for visualising research communities
by Aurelien Malisart
(presentation)
How Developer Communication Frequency Relates to Bug-Introducing Changes
by Roberto Abreu, Rahul Premraj
(presentation)
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