Carlo Ghezzi, Mehdi Jazayeri, Alexander L. Wolf (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on on Software Engineering, ICSE 2000, Limerick Ireland, June 4-11, 2000.
ACM 2000, ISBN 1-58113-206-9
22. ICSE 2000:
: Is the new economy socially sustainable? (abstract of invited presentation).
: The future of software (abstract of invited presentation).
: Dot com versus bricks and mortar - the impact of portal technology (abstract of invited presentation).
Components and COTS
Software Architecture and Product Families
Jan Gerben Wijnstra
: Supporting diversity with component frameworks as architectural elements.
: Extending requirement specifications using analogy.
New Perspectives on Software Engineering
: It's engineering Jim ... but not as we know it: software engineering - solution to the software crisis, or part of the problem?
James C. Widmaier
: Producing more reliable software: mature software engineering process vs. state-of-the-art technology?
Robert S. Brewer
: Improving problem-oriented mailing list archives with MCS.
Evolution and Reuse
: Software evolution in componentware using requirements/assurances contracts.
: Data mining library reuse patterns using generalized association rules.
Software Engineering Training
: Twenty dirty tricks to train software engineers.
OPen Source and Software Markets
Software Engineering Education
W. Richards Adroin
: Developing and deploying software engineering courseware in an adaptable curriculum framework.
Stuart R. Faulk
: Achieving industrial relevance with academic excellence: lessons from the Oregon Master of Software engineering.
System Model Derivation
: Action Language: a specification language for model checking reactive systems.
, Richard A. Kemmerer
: Three approximation techniques for ASTRAL symbolic model checking of infinite state real-time systems.
Program Analysis I
Program Analysis II
Review and Inspection Techniques
Verification and Proofs
Technology Transfer "in the large"
: From MCC and CMM: technology transfers bright and dim.
H. Dieter Rombach
: Fraunhofer: the German model for applied research and technology transfer.
Professionalization of Software Engineering
: Software development engineer in Microsoft: a subjective view of soft skills required.
: Is software education narrow-minded? A position paper.
Experience with a Product Line and Family Approach
Technology Transfer as an Explicit Business and Process Issue
Adrian M. Colyer
: From research to reward: challenges in technology transfer.
Support for Effective Project Estimation
: When the project absolutely must get done: marrying the organization chart with the precedence diagram.
: An evaluation of the paired comparisons method for software sizing.
Technology Transfer in the Internet World
: Grow fast, grow global: how the Irish software industry evolved to this business model.
From Research to Business Success
Company Case Studies I
: Improvement of a configuration management system.
Company Case Studies II
: European experiences with software process improvement.
: Who needs doctors? (abstract of panel session).
: A logical framework for design composition.
Juan F. Ramil
: Algorithmic cost estimation for software evolution.
: Estimating software fault-proneness for tuning testing activities.
: Formal verification applied to Java concurrent software.
Peter J. Kammer
: Supporting dynamic distributed work processes with a component and event based approach.
: Platform-independent and tool-neutral test descriptions for automated software testing.
: Contribution to simplifying the mobile agent programming.
Mel Ó Cinnéide
: Automated refactoring to introduce design patterns.
Michael W. Whalen
: High-integrity code generation for state-based formalisms.
: The implication of different learning styles on the modeling of object-oriented systems (poster).
Alan D. Sloane
: Modeling deployment and configuration of CORBA systems with UML (poster).
Yousef H. Daabaj
: The use of task analysis methods in support of the development of interactive systems (poster).
: DeBOT - an approach for constructing high performance, scalable distributed object systems (poster).
: Visualizing software release histories with 3DSoftVis.
John C. Dean
: COTS Workshop: continuing collaborations for successful COTS development.
: 3rd workshop on software engineering over the Internet.
Kevin J. Sullivan
: The 2nd International Workshop on Economics-Driven Software Engineering Research.
: WISE3: the Third International Workshop on Intelligent Software Engineering (workshop session).
: Specifying and measuring quality in use (tutorial session).
, Mark Klein
: Designing and analyzing software architectures using ABASs (tutorial session).
: Moving from ISO9000 to higher levels of the CMM (tutorial session).
: Scalability issues in CORBA-based systems (tutorial session).
Gregory J. Kirsch
, Yannis Skulikaris
: Intellectual property protection for software in the United States and Europe (tutorial session): the changing roles of patents and copyrights.
: Software process improvement (tutorial session): best practices and lessons learned.
: Designing real-time and distributed applications with the UML (tutorial session).
Don S. Batory
: Product-line architectures, aspects, and reuse (tutorial session).
, Lorenzo Strigini
: Fault tolerance via diversity against design faults (tutorial session): design principles and reliability assessment.