27. ICSE 2005:
USA Gruia-Catalin Roman, William G. Griswold, Bashar Nuseibeh (Eds.):
27th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2005), 15-21 May 2005, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
- Luca Cardelli:
Transitions in programming models: 2.
- Richard Florida:
Global talent and innovation.
- Erich Gamma:
Agile, open source, distributed, and on-time: inside the eclipse development process.
State of the art
- Bev Littlewood:
Dependability assessment of software-based systems: state of the art.
- Armando Fox:
Addressing software dependability with statistical and machine learning techniques.
- Roy Want, Trevor Pering:
System challenges for ubiquitous & pervasive computing.
- Jeffrey O. Kephart:
Research challenges of autonomic computing.
Extending the discipline
- James D. Herbsleb:
Beyond computer science.
- Stephen Fickas:
Clinical requirements engineering.
- Michael Twidale:
Silver bullet or fool's gold: supporting usability in open source software development.
- Peter Ayton:
Extending the discipline: how software can help or hinder human decision making (and vice-versa).
State of the practice
- Jon Siegel:
Why use the model driven architecture to design and build distributed applications?
- Michael Hirsch:
Moving from a plan driven culture to agile development.
- Eric Brechner:
Journey of enlightenment: the evolution of development at Microsoft.
- Roy T. Fielding:
Software architecture in an open source world.
Most influential paper of ICSE 17
Aspect-oriented software development
Tools & environments
Testing and analysis
Software quality and process
Empirical software engineering
Requirements and specifications
Empirical evaluation of testing
- Alexander Pretschner, Wolfgang Prenninger, Stefan Wagner, Christian Kühnel, M. Baumgartner, B. Sostawa, R. Zölch, Thomas Stauner:
One evaluation of model-based testing and its automation.
- James H. Andrews, Lionel C. Briand, Yvan Labiche:
Is mutation an appropriate tool for testing experiments?
- David Leon, Wes Masri, Andy Podgurski:
An empirical evaluation of test case filtering techniques based on exercising complex information flows.
Static and dynamic analysis
Product lines & processes
Requirements & testing
Prediction & verification
- Nachiappan Nagappan, Thomas Ball:
Static analysis tools as early indicators of pre-release defect density.
- Tim Menzies, Daniel Port, Zhihao Chen, Jairus Hihn, Sherry Stukes:
Validation methods for calibrating software effort models.
- Maurice H. ter Beek, Mieke Massink, Diego Latella, Stefania Gnesi, Alessandro Forghieri, Maurizio Sebastianis:
A case study on the automated verification of groupware protocols.
Education & training track
- Paola Inverardi, Mehdi Jazayeri:
Introduction to education and training track.
- Mary Shaw, James D. Herbsleb, Ipek Ozkaya:
Deciding what to design: closing a gap in software engineering education.
- Tetsuo Tamai:
How to teach software modeling.
- Augusto Sampaio, Carlos Albuquerque, João Vasconcelos, Luckerson Cruz, Luis Figueiredo, Sérgio Cavalcante:
Software test program: a software residency experience.
- Chang Liu:
Enriching software engineering courses with service-learning projects and the open-source approach.
- Ken Blaha, Alvaro E. Monge, Dean Sanders, Beth Simon, Tammy VanDeGrift:
Do students recognize ambiguity in software design? a multi-national, multi-institutional report.
- Michael D. Ernst, John Chapin:
The groupthink specification exercise.
- Linda B. Sherrell, Sajjan G. Shiva:
Will earlier projects plus a disciplined process enforce SE principles throughout the CS curriculum?
- Hans van Vliet:
Some myths of software engineering education.
- Joanne M. Atlee, Richard J. LeBlanc, Timothy Lethbridge, Ann E. Kelley Sobel, J. Barrie Thompson:
Software engineering 2004: ACM/IEEE-CS guidelines for undergraduate programs in software engineering.
- Neha Katira, Laurie A. Williams, Jason Osborne:
Towards increasing the compatibility of student pair programmers.
- Amir Zeid, Moemen Elswidi:
Using peer reviews in teaching framework development.
- Wilson P. Paula Filho:
Process issues in course projects.
- Zakarya Alzamil:
Towards an effective software engineering course project.
- Akinola S. Olalekan:
Conducting empirical software engineering research in Nigeria: the posing problems.
- Clemens A. Szyperski:
The making of a software engineer challenges for the educator.
- Carlo Ghezzi, Dino Mandrioli:
The challenges of software engineering education.
- Victor Pankratius, Wolffried Stucky:
Information systems development at the virtual global university: an experience report.
- André van der Hoek, David G. Kay, Debra J. Richardson:
A B.S. degree in informatics: contextualizing software engineering education.
- Matthew J. Hawthorne, Dewayne E. Perry:
Software engineering education in the era of outsourcing, distributed development, and open source software: challenges and opportunities.
- Yael Dubinsky, Orit Hazzan:
The role of a project-based capstone course.
- Orit Hazzan, James E. Tomayko:
Teaching human aspects of software engineering.
- Paolo Ciancarini:
On the education of future software engineers.
Doctoral symposium oral presentations
- Steven P. Reiss, Manos Renieris:
Demonstration of JIVE and JOVE: Java as it happens.
- Xiaoxia Ren, Barbara G. Ryder, Maximilian Störzer, Frank Tip:
Chianti: a change impact analysis tool for java programs.
- William Chung, William H. Harrison, Vincent J. Kruskal, Harold Ossher, Stanley M. Sutton Jr., Peri L. Tarr, Matthew Chapman, Andrew Clement, Helen Hawkins, Sian January:
The concern manipulation environment.
- David Saff, Michael D. Ernst:
Continuous testing in eclipse.
- Sven Burmester, Holger Giese, Martin Hirsch, Daniela Schilling, Matthias Tichy:
The fujaba real-time tool suite: model-driven development of safety-critical, real-time systems.
- Michele Lanza, Stéphane Ducasse, Harald Gall, Martin Pinzger:
CodeCrawler: an information visualization tool for program comprehension.
- Robert Chatley, Sebastián Uchitel, Jeff Kramer, Jeff Magee:
Fluent-based web animation: exploring goals for requirements validation.
- Marwan Abi-Antoun, Jonathan Aldrich, David Garlan, Bradley R. Schmerl, Nagi H. Nahas, Tony Tseng:
Modeling and implementing software architecture with acme and archJava.
- Siddhartha R. Dalal, Ashish Jain, Jesse H. Poore:
Workshop on advances in model-based software testing.
- Danilo Bruschi, Bart De Win, Mattia Monga:
Software engineering for secure systems.
- Alessandro F. Garcia, Ricardo Choren, Carlos José Pereira de Lucena, Alexander B. Romanovsky, Tom Holvoet, Paolo Giorgini:
Software engineering for large-scale multi-agent systems - SELMAS'05.
- Philip M. Johnson:
Second international workshop on software engineering for high performance computing system applications.
- Kevin Sullivan:
7th international workshop on economics-driven software engineering research.
- Martin P. Robillard, Peri L. Tarr:
First international workshop on the modeling and analysis of concerns in software (MACS 2005).
- Michael John, Frank Maurer, Bjørnar Tessem:
Human and social factors of software engineering.
- David Budgen, Pearl Brereton, Barbara Kitchenham, Stephen G. Linkman:
International workshop on realising evidence-based software engineering.
- Bernard Wong, June M. Verner, Sunita Chulani, Barry W. Boehm:
Third workshop on software quality.
- Ahmed E. Hassan, Richard C. Holt, Stephan Diehl:
MSR 2005 international workshop on mining software repositories.
- Rogério de Lemos, Alexander B. Romanovsky:
Workshop on architecting dependable systems (WADS 2005).
- Jelber Sayyad-Shirabad, Tim Menzies:
Predictor models in software engineering (PROMISE).
- James Andrews, Lori L. Pollock:
Third international workshop on dynamic analysis(WODA 2005).
- Joseph Feller, Karim Lakhani, Brian Fitzgerald, Walt Scacchi, Scott A. Hissam:
Open source application spaces: the 5th workshop on open source software engineering.
- Chris Salzmann, Thomas Stauner, Alexander Pretschner:
2nd international workshop on software engineering for automotive systems.
- Lawrence Chung, Xavier Franch, Neil A. M. Maiden:
Models and processes for the evaluation of off-the-shelf components -- MPEC'05.
- Yves Bontemps, Alexander Egyed:
4th international workshop on scenarios and state machines: models, algorithms and tools (SCESM'05).
- Gregg Rothermel, Sebastian G. Elbaum:
The first workshop on end-user software engineering.
- David Garlan, John Mylopoulos, Marin Litoiu, Dennis B. Smith, Hausi A. Müller, Kenny Wong:
DEAS 2005: workshop on the design and evolution of autonomic application software.
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- Holger Peine:
Rules of thumb for secure software engineering.
- Leon Sterling, Thomas Juan:
The software engineering of agent-based intelligent adaptive systems.
- Barry W. Boehm, A. Winsor Brown, Richard Turner:
Spiral development of software-intensive systems of systems.
- Howard B. Rockman, Vladimir Khodosh:
The software engineer and the development, management and use of intellectual property.
- Jane Cleland-Huang, Mark Denne:
Financially informed requirements prioritization.
- Ivica Crnkovic:
Component-based software engineering for embedded systems.
- Albert Zündorf:
Story driven modeling: a practical guide to model driven software development.
- Thomas Kühne:
- Stephan Diehl:
- Donald Firesmith:
Engineering safety-related requirements for software-intensive systems.
- Alexander Pretschner:
- Paolo Tonella:
Reverse engineering of object oriented code.
- Ian Gorton, Anna Liu:
An architects guide to enterprise application integration with J2EE and .NET.
- Vittorio Cortellessa, Antinisca Di Marco, Paola Inverardi:
Transformations of software models into performance models.
- Gregor Kiczales:
- Frank Maurer, Grigori Melnik:
What you always wanted to know about agile methods but did not dare to ask.