Software Engineering and Applications    (SEA 2009)

November 2 – 4, 2009
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Editor(s): M.H. Hamza
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Track Software Engineering FreeSubscription
669-006 Notation and Tool for Interaction Cases: Understanding, Designing and Implementing Software-Intensive Systems
B.B. Kristensen (Denmark)
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669-017 Reducing the Number of Change-Requests using Capabilities Engineering: An Empirical Analysis
R. Ravichandar and J.D. Arthur (USA)
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669-019 Traceability of Software Specifications: A Relational Schema based Model
D. Majumdar and S. Bhattacharya (India)
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669-037 An Annotation Language Framework for Statically-Typed Syntax Trees
L. Abrams and R. Toal (USA)
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669-043 Probabilistic Model Checking of an Automatic Identification System
T. Toyoshima and K. Takahashi (Japan)
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669-047 Designing Architecture Flexibility using Software Components
F. Nordemann, F.M. Thiesing, and M. Peussner (Germany)
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669-050 Measuring the Effectiveness of Nokia Test in Very Small Teams
C. Santana, D. Caetano, S. Alexandre, and V. Rocha (Brazil)
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669-078 Object Calculus with First-Class Continuations
S.-y. Nishizaki and R. Ikeda (Japan)
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669-081 Background Information for Checking Completeness of a Conceptual Database Schema
C. Kop (Austria)
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669-083 Predicting Class Interactions using Requirements Interactions
N. Kama, T. French, and M. Reynolds (Australia)
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669-092 Modularity Oriented Framework for Rich Internet Application
H. Fukuda and Y. Yamamoto (Japan)
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669-094 Software Engineering and Project Management in CS Projects vs. "Real-World" Projects: A Case Study
D. Knudson and A. Radermacher (USA)
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669-098 A Service-Orientated Architecture with Domain Knowledge Base for Interoperability of Heterogeneous Distributed Biodiversity Resources
R. Sundaravadivelu, R.J. White, A.C. Jones, and W.A. Gray (UK)
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Track Software Applications FreeSubscription
669-003 Estimating Project Risk Dependencies
T.W. Kwan and H.K.N. Leung (PRC)
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669-025 Cooperative Approach to Quality and Quantitative Cost Analyses of Distributed Systems
R. Ikeda, K. Narita, and S.-y. Nishizaki (Japan)
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669-035 Towards a Measure of Software Intelligence Employing a Runtime Complexity Metric
K.J. Keen, R. Mathur, and L. Etzkorn (USA)
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669-057 A Framework for Information Systems that Support PLM-based Service-Oriented Manufacturing Process Management
X. Jia (PRC) and X. Deng (USA)
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669-068 A More Practical Software Reliability Growth Model
J. Zhan, X. Zhou (PRC), J. Wang (USA), and H. Li (PRC)
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669-073 A Versatile Multimedia Framework for Mobile-to-Mobile based Applications
S. Gardner, S.E. Davies, and D.L. Jones (UK)
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669-097 Two Factor Authentication without the Overhead of Traditional OTP
A. Ali, M. Büchner, and E. Segura (USA)
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Track Verification, Validation, and Security FreeSubscription
669-007 A Fast and Secure Software Solution [SS7.0] that Counters Shoulder Surfing Attack
D. Mahansaria, S.Shyam, A. Samuel, and R. Teja (USA)
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669-026 Refinement is Model Checking: From Failure Trace Tests to Computation Tree Logic
S.D. Bruda and Z. Zhang (Canada)
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669-048 Push-Button Verification and Debugging for COBOL-based Financial Systems
S.P.C. Bucuvalas, A.M. Bader, T.D. Nelson, and R. Barnhart (USA)
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669-054 Usability-Aware Techniques to Enforce Password Policies in Online Services
D. Kulkarni (USA)
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669-072 Metadata for Boilerplate Placement Values for Secure Software Development using Derived Requirements
C. Busby-Earle and E.K. Mugisa (Jamaica)
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669-085 Automatic Consistency Checking of Use Case Scenarios
H. Min and J.-Y. Choi (Korea)
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669-086 An Efficient Method of Maintaining the O-Graph when Editing a Petri Net
C.H. Wang, P.S. Huang, and F.J. Wang (Taiwan)
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Track Software Tools and Techniques FreeSubscription
669-009 mySQUARE: A Semi-Automated SQUARE Tool for Security Requirements
G. Yip and C. Zhang (USA)
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669-015 MIST: Modelling Input Space for Testing Tool
S.A. Vilkomir, K.A. Abdelfattah, and S. Gummadi (USA)
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669-039 Business Monitoring Solution for an e-Government Framework based on SOA Architecture
V. Müller, B. Simon, Z. László, and B. Goldschmidt (Hungary)
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669-040 BPEL Movie Framework: Replaying BPEL Processes from Logs
B. Simon, B. Goldschmidt, and Z. László (Hungary)
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669-049 Combining Latent Semantic Indexing and Call Graphs to Improve Feature Location
P. Shao, N.A. Kraft, and R.K. Smith (USA)
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669-053 A Regional Characteristics Visualization System by Dynamic Text Data Processing
K. Moriya, S. Sasaki, and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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669-074 Developing a Service-Orientated Component Framework for a Landscape Modeling Language
A. Ait Lahcen (France, Morocco), P. Degenne, D. Lo Seen, and D. Parigot (France)
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669-077 Reverse Engineering of Sequence Diagrams from Framework based Web Applications
Y. Imazeki and S. Takada (Japan)
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669-087 Cross-Media Association Engine for Evaluating Emotive Effects of Advertisement Video Data Streams
T. Hiruma, S. Kurabayashi, and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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Track Additional Paper FreeSubscription
669-800 Attribute Hierarchy-based Evaluation of Architectural Designs (AHEAD)
Q. He, E. Kielczewski, and K. Smiley (USA)
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