Thursday, July 19, 2007

ICSSEA 2007 Paris December 4-6

Paris, venue of the ICSSEA Conference. Image: HUNAGI Visuals resource, 1999

20th ICSSEA International Conference
(Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications)
Paris, December 4-6, 2007



From our daily mail: Mr. Ivan Petiteville/esrin/ESA on 06/07/2007 15:49 submitted the following interesting programme from Jean-Claude RAULT (rault@cnam.fr)
"Subject
20th ICSSEA International
Conference (Software & Systems
Engineering and their Applications)
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION - ICSSEA 2007
Web site : www.icssea2007.org
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
INAUGURAL LECTURES
Systems of systems: A critical appraisal
Michel Lemoine CERT (F)
others TBA
Session A: ARCHITECTURES
Component interface identifier matching in an insurance system
Zheng Zhang, Chun Zuo, Yu-Guo Wang, and Yu-Bao Cai The Chinese Academy of
Science (CN)
Software architectures based on a connection manager
Abdelkrim Amirat Université de Nantes (F)
An autonomous assistant for architecting software
José Luis Fernandez-Sanchez & Javier Carracedo-Pais UPM (E)
A multi-module approach for requirements-driven architecting
Matthias Galster University of Calgary (CDN), Armin Eberlein American
University of Sharjah (UAE), and Moussavi Mahmood University of Calgary
(CDN)
Toward a semantic Web service discovery and dynamic orchestration based on
the formal specification of functional domain knowledge
Pierre Châtel Thales Communications (F)
Demand-driven dataflow approach to Web services composition
Weichang Du and Hai Wang University of New Brunswick (CDN)
Matchmaking in semantically enhanced Web services: Inductive ranking
methodology (MIR)
Selim Özyilmaz, Gökay Burak Akkus, and Ayse B. Bener Bogaziçi University
(TR)
Nine design patterns to be used during functional design of a
service-oriented architecture
Thierry Moineau Capgemini (F)
A service-oriented architecture for the flexible integration of
multi-sensor environments into ERP systems
Patrick Schneider Universität Stuttgart (D), Oliver Höß, and Anette
Weisbecker Fraunhofer IAO (D)
Products & Prototypes
SCOrWare: Service Component Architecture (SCA) to make SOA a reality
Stéphane Bagnier Artenum (F)
JADE and Jasmine: A system for autonomous management of distributed
applications
François Exertier INRIA (F) and Benoît Pelletier Bull (F)
Session B: COMPUTER-SUPPORTED COLLABORATIVE WORK
TraceabilityWeb: An integrated tools environment for larger scale
collaborative development efforts
Vassilka Kirova, Neil Kirby, Darshak Kothari Alcatel-Lucent (USA), and
Thomas Marlowe Seton Hall University (USA)
Implementing information management to support collaborative decision
making in air traffic control
Pierre Truter Airservices Australia (AUS)
Sessions C: REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING
A linguistic tool for improving requirements quality and management
Olivier Pire, Nicolas Pirmez Université de Namur (B), and René
Bujold Hydro-Québec (CDN)
A topological formal treatment for scenario-based software specification of
embedded real-time systems
Miriam B. Alves and Christine C. Dantas Instituto de Aeonáutica e Espaço
(BR)
Session D: PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Estimating project outcomes
June Verner, Barbara Kitchenham NICTA (AUS), and Narciso
Cerpa Universidad de Talca (CL)
Managing work-packages with DOORS-AMAK
Audrey Kist Artware (F) and Jacqueline Fabre Thales Alenia Space (F)
Establishment of a minimal whole of good software practices needed to be
compliant with the regulation of the pharmaceutical industry
Romain Deguil, Didier Gourc, and Hervé Pingaud ENSTIMAC (F)
What SPICE profile does a supplier need to perform profitable fix price
project and deliver satisfying quality
Tomas Schweigert SQS (D)
Products & Prototypes
Project management
Luke Simpson Project Performance International (AUS)
Session E: KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING
Towards a learning situation application profile
Olivier Gerbé, Jacques Raynauld HEC Montréal (CDN), and Martin
Beaulieu Université de Montréal (CDN)
KM2: A methodology to build 3L e-learning courses
Maria Laura Bargellini, Gemma Casadei, and Loredana Puccia ENEA (I)
An approach for knowledge base construction
Ahmed Moujane, Dalila Chiadmi, and Laila Benhlima EMI (MA)
Summarisation as collocation-guided text reduction
Günther Fliedl and Christian Winkler Universität Klagenfurt (A)
Session F: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Requirements management and architecture analysis for systems of systems
development
Jérôme Desquilbet IBM (F)
Coupling component systems towards systems of systems
Frédéric Autran EADS (F), Denise Cattan Spirula (F), Jean-Luc Garnier
Thales (F), Dominique Luzeaux DGA (F), Marc Peyrichon DCNS (F), and
Jean-René Ruault DGA (F)
Meeting enterprise system engineering challenges for the U.S. next
generation air transportation system (NextGen)
Catherine Bolczak, Gerald Friedman, Robert Humbertson, and John Mack The
MITRE Corporation (USA)
Assessing the performance of netcentric systems
Robert Swarz The MITRE Corporation (USA)
Balancing the balanced scoreboard for complex system
L. Keith McCaughin and Joseph DeRosa The MITRE Corporation (USA)
A methodological approach for operational and technical
experimentation-based evaluation of systems of systems architectures
Jean-Paul Pignon Thales Communications (F) and Christophe
Labreuche Thales Research & Technology (F)
Session G: INTEGRATION & INTEROPERABILITY
Data integration models for large scale systems: a comparative study
Bassem Barkallah and Samir Moalla Faculté des Sciences de Tunis (TN)
Data integration
Fabrice Bonan Talend (F)
Achieving semantic interoperability
Kenneth Allen Skellbase (GB)
The NetCOS interoperability framework
Jean-Baptiste Guillerit EADS (F)
IEC 61850 and the interoperability from an integration point of view
Ivan Maffezzini UQAM (CDN)
On the description of interoperability mechanisms for programming languages
Gustavo A. Ospina and Baudouin Le Charlier Université Catholique de
Louvain (B)
Session I: MODEL-DRIVEN ENGINEERING
Formal model-driven engineering approach for distributed interactive
simulation systems
Di Wu and Flavio Oquendo Université de Bretagne Sud (F)
An MDA-based approach to migrating MISs to an SOA architecture
Emmanuel Rias Bull (F)
Automated generation of FORTRAN code from UML models
David Lugato and Benjamin Venelle CEA (F)
An investigation of the impact and utility of software patterns in software
development industry
Ahmad Estabraghy and Darren Dalcher Middlesex University (GB)
Session L: PLATFORMS
Products & Prototypes
TBA
IBM (F)
SCOS: OpenSource generic platform for scientific computing
Stéphane Bagnier Artenum (F)
Session M: BUSINESS PROCESS ENGINEERING
From a process model to a dynamical application
Joachim Vandenbrande LoQutus NV (B)
PVM (Process Virtual Machine): A JBoss-Bull concept to support any BPM
language
Miguel Valdes-Faura Bull (F)
Session P: QUALITY ENGINEERING
Quality-oriented architecting environment for quality variability
Antti Evesti and Eila Niemelä VTT (SF)
What are obstacles of applicability of the Prometheus method?
Rachida Djouab and Witold Suryn ETS (CDN)
Qualipso: Quality of open source software
Grégory Lopez Thalès (F)
Software product quality assessment
Ana Cervigni Guerra and Regina Colombo CenPRA (BR)
Session Q: REFACTORING & REENGINEERING
Towards a new approach for extracting business logics of an object-oriented
application
Ismaïl Khriss, Gino Chénard, and Aziz Salah Université du Québec (CDN)
Refactoring based on systematic analysis with a practical tool
Thilo Schwinn Daimlerchrysler (D) and Carolyn Diana Hürster Universität
Ulm (D)
Static impact analysis for object-oriented programs: An experimental
comparison on reduced-call-path and slicing based approaches
Linda Badri, Mourad Badri, and Daniel St-Yves Université du Québec à Trois
Rivières (CDN)
Session S: V&V and CERTIFICATION
Credibility of defense analysis simulations
Roland Rabeau DGA/CAD (F)
Effectiveness of Bluetooth address space usage
Maryana V. Bereznyuk Odessa Board of Ukrposhta (UA), Kamal K.
Gupta Indian Institute of Technology (IND), and Dmitry A. Zaitsev Odessa
National Telecommunication Academy (UA)
Formal validation of computerized signal boxes at SNCF
Marc Antoni and Nadia Ammad SNCF (F)
TUCS: How to build a certifiable railway application with UML
Jean-Louis Boulanger, Dieudonné Okalas-Ossami, and Jean-Marc Mota UTC (F)
CLOSING SESSION
TBA
TUTORIALS
Tutorial 1: Tuesday, December 4, afternoon
TTCN3
Axel Rennoch Fraunhofer (D)
Tutorial 2: Tuesday, December 4, afternoon
TBA
Tutorial 3: Thursday, December 6, morning
TBA
INFORMATION FORM
to be returned to
rault@cnam.fr
Last Name:
First name :
Address:
( ) is interested
( ) plans to participate
( ) wishes to receive the detailed program brochure

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