CompArch 2013

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17–21 June 2013 : Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Thursday, 20 June

  QOSA CBSE
09:00–10:30

Keynote 3:

Peter Danielson
Ethics outside the box: Empirical tools for an ethics of artificial agents

(Allard Hall, Forum 101)

10:30–11:00
11:00–12:30

QoSA 5: Reverse Engineering

(Allard Hall, Forum 101)

Benjamin Klatt and Martin Küster. Improving Product Copy Consolidation by Component-Architecture-Based Difference and Variation Point Analysis

Miao Du, Jean-Guy Schneider, Cameron Hine, John Grundy and Steve Versteeg. Automatic generation of executable server models from message traces

Yuanfang Cai, Hanfei Wang, Sunny Wong, Linzhang Wang and Lu Xiao. Leveraging Design Rules to Improve Software Architecture Recovery

CBSE 6: Surveys & Applications

(Allard Hall, room 106)

Marie Christin Platenius, Markus Von Detten, Steffen Becker, Wilhelm Schäfer and Gregor Engels. A Survey of Fuzzy Service Matching Approaches in the Context of On-The-Fly Computing

Rémi Druilhe, Matthieu Anne, Laurence Duchien, Lionel Seinturier and Jacques Pulou. Component Mobility for Energy Efficiency of Digital Home

Ian Gorton and Yan Liu. Build Less Code, Deliver More Science

12:30–14:00
14:00–15:30

QoSA 6: Evolution

(Allard Hall, Forum 101)

Alexandre Feugas, Sebastien Mosser and Laurence Duchien. A Causal Model to predict the Effect of Business Process Evolution on Quality of Service

Klaus Schmid. A Formal Approach to Technical Debt Decision Making

Zoya Durdik, Marco Konersmann, Ralf Reussner and Michael Goedicke. Towards Architecture-Centric Evolution of Long-Living Systems (The ADVERT Approach)

CBSE 7: Component Quality Assurance

(Allard Hall, room 106)

Luka Lednicki, Jan Carlson and Kristian Sandström. Model Level Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis for IEC 61499

Federico Ciccozzi, Mehrdad Saadatmand, Antonio Cicchetti and Mikael Sjödin. An Automated Round-trip Support Towards Deployment Assessment in Component-based Embedded Systems

15:30–16:00
16:00–17:30

Closing Session

16:15–16:45

WCOP Young Investigator Award Presentation:

Alexander Wert
Performance Problem Diagnostics by Systematic Experimentation

 

(Allard Hall, Forum 101)

CompArch 2013 gratefully acknowledges the financial and professional support of the following organizations and professional societies:

University of British Columbia sponsors CompArch 2013 ACM SIGSoft sponsors CompArch 2013 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology sponsors CompArch 2013 Faculty of Informatics Masaryk University sponsors CompArch 2013 Agile Vancouver sponsors CompArch 2013
Software Engineering Institute sponsors CompArch 2013 Kruchten Engineering Services Ltd sponsors CompArch 2013 Microsoft sponsors CompArch 2013 University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland sponsors CompArch 2013