Software Engineering and Applications    (SEA 2003)

November 3 – 5, 2003
Marina del Rey, USA
Editor(s): M.H. Hamza
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Track Software Engineering and Applications - I FreeSubscription
397-014 Too Early, Too Late, Or Just-in-Time? Software Engineering Education at a Global Level: Who Are the Players?
K.L. Modesitt (USA)
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397-117 An Investigation of Electrical Power Business Expanding System based on B/S Mode
X. Li, J. Huang, C. Li, and X. Yin (PRC)
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397-155 The Component Model for Web Services
A.J.A. Wang and V. Sevale (USA)
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397-173 Mobile Computer System for Automated Analysis of ABR Recordings
A. Izworski, P. Bania, J. Bułka, I. Wochlik, J. Kowal, and B. Karwat (Poland)
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397-197 An On-line Cross-institutional Survey System: Experience and Migration from an Applet-based System to a Java Server Page System
R. Hoare, M. Besterfield-Sacre, D. Kusic, J. Beckwith, L. Shuman, D. Ertman, and R. Shields (USA)
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397-234 System for Diagnosis Assistance in Standardization, Processing and Automated Recognition of Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Signals
A. Izworski, J. Bulka, and I. Wochlik (Poland)
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Track Databases and Data Mining I FreeSubscription
397-038 Customer Profiling and Segmentation based on Association Rule Mining Technique
F.E. Giha, Y.P. Singh, and H.T. Ewe (Malaysia)
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397-043 An Efficient Clustering Method for High-dimensional Data in Data Mining Applications
J.-W. Chang and Y.-K. Kim (Korea)
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397-091 The Temporal Bin Tree: An Index for Efficiently Estimating Resource Availability
K. Dadachanji, L. Gruenwald, and S. Moses (USA)
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397-141 Enhancing the Power of OLAP with Knowledge Discovery
N. Kerdprasop and K. Kerdprasop (Thailand)
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397-171 An Efficient Algorithm for Scheduling Spatial Join Operations in Spatial Database Systems
J. Xiao (Australia)
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Track Software Metrics, Re-Use, and Framework Techniques FreeSubscription
397-069 A New Approach for Class Cohesion Assessment: An Empirical Validation on Several Systems
L. Badri and M. Badri (Canada)
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397-080 A Systemic Approach of Consolidating and Computing Usability Metrics
C.C.W. Jo and H.K.N. Leung (PRC)
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397-094 Quantitative Metrics for Risk Assessment in Software Projects
Luqi, L. Zhang, and V. Berzins (USA)
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397-120 Towards an Automatic Marking System for Object Oriented Programming Education
O. Garcia, S.V. Nagarajan, and P. Croll (Australia)
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397-169 A Multi-Agent System for Program Mining
D. Xia, Y. Zhang, and L. Zhou (PRC)
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397-172 A Dialog Flow Notation for Web-based Applications
M. Book and V. Gruhn (Germany)
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397-180 Introducing the Helicoidal Life Cycle – A Tool for Management of Software Development
A.C.P.D. Alves (Brazil)
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397-198 Interactive Streaming Videoconferencing (ISVC) using the Java Media Framework
D. Kusic, B. Tozer, A. Ridilla, and R. Hoare (USA)
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397-202 Code Reuse and Run-time Extension of Object Oriented Software Applications in Visual C++
L. Balladares Ocaña, R. Quintero Téllez, and R. Peredo Valderrama (Mexico)
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Track Software Security, Optimization, and Standardization I FreeSubscription
397-006 Six Key Strategies for Managing the IT Infrastructure
J. Feliu (USA)
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397-050 Performance Optimization for a Distributed Transaction Manager
C. Xu, X. Chen, B. Jin, and X. Zhang (PRC)
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397-062 Security Management in J2EE based Intelligent Agent Framework
M. Vidaković, G. Sladić, and Z. Konjović (Yugoslavia)
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397-181 An Automated Response Approach for Intrusion Detection Security Enhancement
G.L.F. Santos, Z. Abdelouahab, R.A. Dias, C.F.L. Lima, E. Nascimento (Brazil), E.M. Cochra
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397-196 Customer Relationship Management Systems (CRM): Legal Issues
L. Márquez, E. Del Peso, and M. Piattini (Spain)
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397-210 Issues in Analyzing Dynamic System Evolution
M.S. Dias and D.J. Richardson (USA)
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397-232 Accurate Reliability Prediction based on Software Structure
S.S. Gokhale (USA)
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Track Software Engineering and Applications - II FreeSubscription
397-049 Composition Modeling: Towards a Prototype-driven Product Transition
X. Liang (USA), W. Cao (PRC), Luqi (USA), and J. Li (PRC)
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397-082 An XML-based Framework for Rapid Development of Interoperable Trading Systems
S. Bose, Z. Duan, and S. Lu (USA)
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397-093 Enforcing Business Rules in a Distributed Object System using Aglets
S. Yussuff, S. Rattansingh, and P. Mohan (Trinidad and Tobago)
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397-098 CAGILY: An Approach for Developing Test Suites for Component-based Systems
N. Varma, S. Kanade, P. Sinha, and R. Dssouli (Canada)
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397-127 Shape Understanding System: System of Experts for Visual Thinking
Z. Les and M. Les (Australia)
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397-178 Integrating Product and Process in Model-based Engineering
A. Günzler and A. Vilbig (Germany)
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397-205 A Collaborative Aid Tool for Cardiology Diagnosis on Distributed Environments
S.S. Farias and Z. Abdelouahab (Brazil)
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397-240 Communicating Modeling Language
S. Rezaei (Canada)
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Track Software Testing, Tools, and Specifications - I FreeSubscription
397-011 The Importance of Lifecycle Modeling to the Development and Testing of Complex Products
J.H. van Moll, J.C. Jacobs, and J.J.M. Trienekens (The Netherlands)
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397-020 Testing COTS with Classification-Tree Method
H. Leung and P. Paramasivam (PRC)
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397-033 Testing Strategies using Accessibility for Data Flow Software
T.B. Nguyen, M. Delaunay, and C. Robach (France)
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397-059 The Self-testing COTS Components (STECC) Strategy
S. Beydeda and V. Gruhn (Germany)
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397-064 Measurement-based Analysis of Real-time POSIX Applications
J. Entrialgo, J. García, and D.F. García (Spain)
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397-078 Test Coverage Analysis: A Method for Generic Reporting
G.M. Khan and S.K. Aggarwal (India)
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397-145 Identifying Fault-prone Files in Large Software Systems
T.J. Ostrand and E.J. Weyuker (USA)
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397-175 Predicting Testability using Object-oriented Metrics and Test Metrics: Exploratory Analysis of Bayesian Approaches
M. Govindasamy and S.K. Misra (USA)
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397-203 Test Data Generation Using Genetic Algorithms
A. Watkins (USA)
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397-211 A MOF-based Environment for Generating a Meta-editor to Support MDA
Y. Choi, J. Lee, and G. Shin (Korea)
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397-222 An Effective Method For Mutating Java Programs
M.Mastorantonakis and N. Malevris (Greece)
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397-226 Analyzing System-level Dependence in the Presence of COTS Software Components
M.E. Vieira, D.J. Richardson, and M.S. Dias (USA)
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Track Object-oriented Analysis, Systems, and Design FreeSubscription
397-054 Improving UML-based Software Development by using Stereotypes for Modeling Persistency
L. Kuzniarz and M. Staron (Sweden)
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397-073 OOPN: Object-oriented Petri Nets and Its Integrated Development Environment
J. Niu, J. Zou (USA), and A. Ren (PRC)
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397-084 Using Dependency Diagrams in Dynamic Modelling of Object-oriented Systems
S. Vasilache and J. Tanaka (Japan)
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397-099 Code Generation from UML Statecharts
I.A. Niaz and J. Tanaka (Japan)
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397-101 Composing Frameworks by Separating Concerns
F. Balaguer and R. Johnson (USA)
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397-119 OPA for Sizing the Object-oriented Software Applications
J.-C. Liou (USA)
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397-154 Use of Abstract Factory Pattern to Achieve Scalability
Y. Ouyang (USA)
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397-168 A Concept-based Approach to Software Design
D. Wagelaar and V. Jonckers (Belgium)
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Track Databases and Data Mining II FreeSubscription
397-040 Detecting Presence of Competing Product Items using Data Mining Techniques
H.D. Kim (USA)
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397-042 Efficient OLAP Operations in Spatio-Temporal Data Warehouses
W. Choi and S. Lee (Korea)
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397-067 An Optimal Algorithm for Structural Keys Design
C. Mancaş (Romania) and S. Dragomir (New Zealand)
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397-072 Processing of Data Streams in Relational Database Management Systems
E. Vossough and J.R. Getta (Australia)
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397-100 Issues and Quality Measures for Database Design
J. Dullea and R. Chen (USA)
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397-107 Modeling Stock Market using Neural Networks
S.-I. Wu and H. Zheng (USA)
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397-121 On the Equivalence Between Entity-Relationship and Functional Data Modeling
C. Mancaş (Romania) and S. Dragomir (New Zealand)
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397-220 Gene Expressions Classification using Semisupervised Adaptive Subspace Self-organizing Map
S.-I. Wu and B. Colvin (USA)
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Track Software Design and Development FreeSubscription
397-039 Integrating Software Components through Wrapper Technologies
J. Guo and Y. Liao (USA)
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397-045 Spell Checker for South Asian Languages: An Implementation Perspective
A.A. Abdullah (Bangladesh) and A. Rahman (USA and Bangladesh)
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397-046 A Framework for Complex Systems of Embedded Systems Development
Y. Qiao, Luqi, L. Zhang, and V. Berzins (USA)
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397-047 The Role of Self-definition in Software Development and Evolution
B. Wilks and P. Bailes (Australia)
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397-053 On Model Transformations in UML-based Software Development Process
L. Kuzniarz and M. Staron (Sweden)
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397-070 Can the Programmers Job Be De-skilled?
P.L. Nico, C.S. Turner, and T.J. Kearns (USA)
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397-089 Simulation and Verification of a Dynamic Online Auction
B. Chen and S. Sadaoui (Canada)
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397-134 Do Individuals’ Experience and Task Training Really Affect Software Review Performance?
Y.K. Wong and D. Wilson (Australia)
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397-149 Towards the Two-World Modeling Framework
Y. Lin, S. Hakkarainen, and D. Strasunskas (Norway)
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397-153 Device Drivers as Reusable Components
A.J.A. Wang and J.L. Díaz-Herrera (USA)
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397-158 Visualizing Parallel Workspace Activities
A. Sarma and A. van der Hoek (USA)
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397-185 Software Technological Issues in Automating the Semantic Transformation of Numerical Programs
J. Utke and U. Naumann (USA)
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Track Software Testing, Tools, and Specifications - II FreeSubscription
397-055 A Generally Applicable Approach for Advanced Equation Assembling
S. Wagner, T. Grasser, C. Fischer, and S. Selberherr (Austria)
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397-108 A Toolkit for Java Bytecode Analysis
J. Zhao, C. Lu (Japan), and B. Xu (PRC)
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397-142 Multi-agents in Data Filtering System
K. Kerdprasop and N. Kerdprasop (Thailand)
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397-143 Extreme Testing Practice in Extreme Programming (XP)
S.V. Nagarajan, O. Garcia, and P.R. Croll (Australia)
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397-183 Integrating Defect Estimation Methods to Make Release Decisions
C. Stringfellow and A. Andrews (USA)
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397-184 Data Dependence Analysis in Automated Test Generation
B. Korel, S. Chung, and P. Apirukvorapinit (USA)
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397-188 Acquiring Domain Knowledge in Reverse Engineering Legacy Code Into UML
J. Pu, R. Millham, and H. Yang (UK)
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397-190 TAGDUR: A Tool for Producing UML Diagrams through Reengineering of Legacy Systems
R. Millham (Canada) and H. Yang (UK)
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397-213 LampJ: A Library of Adaptable Modular Programming for Java
N. Amano and T. Watanabe (Japan)
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397-239 A Specification for Business Model Components for B2B Communication
T. Torabi, S. Ali, and W. Rahayu (Australia)
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Track Software Engineering and Applications III FreeSubscription
397-079 A New Operational Approach for Solving Fractional Calculus and Fractional Differential Equations Numerically
J.-L. Wu and C.-H. Chen (Taiwan)
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397-085 Variable-based Environment Model for Gracefully Degrading Embedded Systems
M. Trapp, B. Schürmann, and T. Tetteroo (Germany)
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397-116 Data Conversion Technology among Heterogeneous Information Systems for Power Systems
X. Li, J. Sun, Y. Pan, and X. Yin (PRC)
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397-208 Task-based Embedded Software for Flat Panel Display: A Case Study
S.-H. Jeon and J.I. Lee (Korea)
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397-225 The Design and Realization of On-line Formation System for Operation Orders
P. Wang, X. Li, and W. Chen (PRC)
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397-235 Open Source Development and Agile Methods
G.L. Simmons and T. Dillon (Australia)
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Track Software Requirements and System Verification FreeSubscription
397-028 Automated Validation and Verification of Process Models
D.C. Atkinson and J. Noll (USA)
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397-029 An Approach to Automate Requirements Elicitation and Specification
N.W. Kassel and B.A. Malloy (USA)
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397-135 Software Verification in an Algebraic Setting
M. Burgin and A. Tandon (USA)
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397-147 Modeling and Verification of Manufacturing Systems: A Domain-Specific Formalization of UML
S. Flake (Germany)
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397-148 A Use-Case Driven Approach in Requirements Engineering: The MammoGrid Project
M. Odeh, T. Hauer, R. McClatchey, and T. Solomonides (UK)
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397-159 The Impact of Time Pressure on Software Inspection Performance: A Pilot Study
L.P.W. Land, G. Low (Australia), and O.S. Chan (PRC)
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397-186 An Engineering Methodology for Development of Consumer Oriented E-software with Massive Number of Users
X.F. Liu and S. Ghatnekar (USA)
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397-215 Rapid Scenario-based Simulation and Model Checking for Embedded Systems
W.T. Tsai, L. Yu, R. Paul, C. Fan, X. Liu, and Z. Cao (USA)
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397-218 Static and Dynamic Contract Verifiers for Java
H. Liu, L. Qin, J. Wang, N. Vemuri, and X. Jia (USA)
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397-223 Assessing Usability of a Risk-based Requirements and Design Tool
J.D. Kiper, B. Auernheimer, and M.S. Feather (USA)
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397-227 An Interlingua based Approach to Derive State Charts from Natural Language Requirements Specifications
C. Kop and H.C. Mayr (Austria)
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Track Software Architecture and Organisation FreeSubscription
397-044 A Vehicle Structure based Software Architecture
C. Falk, T. Grechenig, W. Zuser, and R. Bosch (Austria)
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397-065 An Approach for Performance Evaluation of Software Architectures using Prototyping
F. Mårtensson, H. Grahn, and M. Mattsson (Sweden)
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397-136 A Proved Component-oriented Approach for Managing Dynamic Software Architectures
K. Guennoun, K. Drira, and M. Diaz (France)
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397-161 Automated Software Architecture Evolution with Hypergraph Transformation
L. Grunske (Germany)
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397-167 The CUP Project: Component Unified Process
E. Renaux, O. Caron, and J.M. Geib (France)
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397-176 A Pattern based Presentation Independent User Interface Architecture
S. Mitterdorfer, E. Teiniker, C. Kreiner, R. Weiss, and Z. Kovács (Austria)
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397-193 Separation of Concerns in Software Modeling: A Framework for Software Architecture Transformation
O. Barais, L. Duchien, and R. Pawlak (France)
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397-194 A Framework for Design and Implementation of Mobile Active Objects
G. Fortino, W. Russo, and E. Zimeo (Italy)
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397-199 Interface Type Checking for Component-based Software Development for Embedded Systems
W. Maydl and M. Grajcar (Germany)
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397-207 Software Architectures for an Extensible Web-based Survey System
S. Chalasani and D. Baldwin (USA)
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397-214 An Architecture for High Performance Data Processing in Sensor Networks
D. Wang, F.B. Bastani, and I.-L. Yen (USA)
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Track Software Processes, Modelling, and Evaluation FreeSubscription
397-026 Integrating Statistical and Feedback Process Control for the Monitoring of the Software Test Process
J.W. Cangussu (USA)
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397-125 PDM: A Process Model for Software Development in the E-Era
J.-C. Liou (USA)
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397-133 Evaluation of IDE's for Java Enterprise Applications
J. Dujmović and H. Nagashima (USA)
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397-139 Towards Automated Support for Method Engineering with the OPEN Approach
V.P. Nguyen and B. Henderson-Sellers (Australia)
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397-179 A Simple Categorization of Critical Factors for Software Process Improvement
F. Guerrero and Y. Eterovic (Chile)
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397-201 Discovery in Negligence Analysis: Evolution of a Sufficiently Safe Spec
F. Khosmood and C.S. Turner (USA)
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397-206 Performance Assessment in Real-time Reactive Systems
V.S. Alagar, S.H. Liu, O. Ormandjieva, and J. Shen (Canada)
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397-224 Flexible Process Enactment using Low-fidelity Models
J. Noll (USA)
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Track Special Session: Using Chaos to Imply Order in Software Engineering FreeSubscription
397-801 Procomplex: Analysing Project Complexity using Chaos Theory
M. Lenič, P. Povalej (Slovenia), W. Brunck (Germany), E. Avdičaušević (Slovenia), and R.E.
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Track Mobile Computing and Multimedia Applications FreeSubscription
397-022 Social Avatar Language in Multimedia Application
J. Hou, Y. Koine, and Y. Aoki (Japan)
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397-060 An Evaluation of a Mobile Task Reporting System for Different Mobile Devices
C.-F. Sørensen, A.I. Wang, Ø. Hoftun, and K.A. Bjørkhaugen (Norway)
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397-061 Case Study: Use of the Mobile Tool Handyman for Mobile Work
A.I. Wang, C.-F. Sørensen, T.C. Fritzner, and E. Schei (Norway)
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397-071 Implementation of a Low Cost VoiceXML Gateway
J.A. Quiané Ruiz and J.R. Manjarrez Sánchez (Mexico)
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397-156 Model Centric Web Application Development
L. Ramirez and J. Navon (Chile)
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397-163 A Two-Model Framework for Multimodal Presentation with Life-like Characters in Flash Medium
Z. Yang, N. Arturo, A. Jatowt, and M. Ishizuka (Japan)
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397-204 A Dynamic, Discovery based, Remote Class Loading Structure
A. Ryan and J. Newmarch (Australia)
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397-229 Evaluating Performance of Real-time Software Components: Satellite Ground Control Station Case Study
M. Bhatia, R. Johnson, and J. Zalewski (USA)
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Track Software Security, Optimization, and Standardization II FreeSubscription
397-021 Optimal Test Allocation Model for Estimating Software Reliability
S.A. Al-Maati and K. Rekab (USA)
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397-027 Defect Classification in Component based Software
M.R. Narasimhamurthy, N. Koppalkar, and A. Bhowmick (India)
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397-032 Applying Code Coverage Analysis to Improve Anomaly-based Intrusion Detection
P. Vilela, E. Spoto, and M. Jino (Brazil)
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397-058 Diversity Design and Evaluation of Protection System
L. Chen, J. May, and G. Hughes (UK)
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397-095 Integrating MASIF and FIPA Standards for Agent System Interoperability
S. Kaffille and G. Wirtz (Germany)
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397-103 ISO/IEC SQuaRE. The Second Generation of Standards for Software Product Quality
W. Suryn, A. Abran, and A. April (Canada)
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397-152 Achieving Flexible Reuse through Scenario-based Deep Component Adaptation and Generation
B. Wang, X. Liu, and J. Kerridge (UK)
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397-230 Application of Fault Tree Analysis to Object Oriented Software Design
M. Towhidnejad, D.R. Wallace, and A.M. Gallo, Jr. (USA)
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Track Additional Paper FreeSubscription
415-800 Re-engineering Web Structure and Modeling XML Semantics in Specific Domains
C. Miao (Singapore, Canada), Q. Yang (PRC, Canada), A. Goh (Singapore), and H. Fang (Canad
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The topics covered in this publication include: software engineering and applications; databases and data mining; software metrics, re-use, and framework techniques; software security, optimization, and standardization; software testing, tools and specifications; object-oriented analysis, systems, and design; software design and development; software requirements and system verification; software architecture and organization; software processes, modeling, and evaluation; using chaos to imply order in software engineering; and mobile computing and multimedia applications.

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