Programme

Monday, 20th September 2010
9.00 Welcome and introduction
9.15
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10.30
Keynote Talk by Andrian Marcus:
Software is Data Too: How Should We Deal With It? (slides)
10.30
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11.00
Coffee break
11.00
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12.30
Session 1: Identifying, recording and replaying software changes
(chair: Anthony Cleve)
Do Metrics Help to Identify Refactoring? (slides)
by Jean-Guy Schneider, Rajesh Vasa and Leonard Hoon
Recording Finer-Grained Software Evolution with IDE: An Annotation-Based Approach (slides)
by Shinpei Hayashi and Motoshi Saeki
Replaying Past Changes on Multi-developer Projects
by Lile Hattori, Mircea Lungu and Michele Lanza
12.30
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14.00
Lunch
14.00
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15.00
Session 2: Reverse engineering
(chair: Andrea Capiluppi)
Identifying Cross-Cutting Concerns Using Software Repository Mining
by Frank Mulder and Andy Zaidman
Redocumentation of a Legacy Banking System: an Experience Report
by Joris Van Geet, Peter Ebraert and Serge Demeyer
15.00
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15.30
Session 3: Tool demonstration
Towards a Framework for Analysing and Visualizing Open Source Software Ecosystems
by Mathieu Goeminne and Tom Mens
15.30
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16.00
Coffee break
16.00
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17.00
Session 4: Language and requirements evolution
(chair: Tom Mens)
An Exercise in Iterative Domain-Specific Language Design (slides)
by Marcel van Amstel, Mark van den Brand and Luc Engelen
An Automated Hint Generation Approach for Supporting the Evolution of Requirements Specifications
by Eya Ben Charrada and Martin Glinz
Tuesday, 21th September 2010
9.15
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10.30
Keynote Talk by Massimilano Di Penta
Empirical Studies on Software Evolution: Should we (try to) claim Causation? (slides)
10.30
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11.00
Coffee break
11.00
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12.30
Session 5: Empirical studies in open source software evolution
(chair: Mircea Lungu)
An Empirical Study of the Evolution of Eclipse Third-party Plug-ins (slides)
by John Businge, Alexander Serebrenik and Mark van den Brand
Is Duplicate Code More Frequently Modified Than Non-duplicate Code in Software Evolution?: An Empirical Study on Open Source Software
by Keisuke Hotta, Yukiko Sano, Yoshiki Higo and Shinji Kusumoto
Evolutional Analysis of Licenses in FOSS
by Yuki Manabe, Yasuhiro Hayase and Katuro Inoue
12.30
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14.00
Lunch
14.00
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15.00
Session 6: Evolution of (re)configurable applications
(chair: Anthony Cleve)
Multi-Tenant SaaS Applications: Maintenance Dream or Nightmare? (slides)
by Cor-Paul Bezemer and Andy Zaidman
Feature Oriented Evolutions for Context-Aware Adaptive Systems (slides)
by Paola Inverardi and Marco Mori
15.00
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15.30
Wrap-up, presentation of the JSS special issue and closing
15.30
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16.00
Bye bye coffee break
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