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  • UFPE and UFAL Researchers at FOSD Meeting 2015 and ICSE 2015

    Publicado em March 27th, 2015Expenses

    INES researchers Leopoldo Teixeira and Márcio Ribeiro will attend the FOSD Meeting 2015, held at the International Academy Traunkirchen, Austria, between May 13th and 16th. FOSD is an workshop within the field of software development for variability-rich software systems and feature-oriented software development (FOSD). The main goal of the meeting is to foster intensive and interactive discussions around the aforementioned topics. The meeting provides an open and stimulating atmosphere and encouraged presentations at different levels of maturity. During the meeting, the following works will be presented: “A Product Line of Theories for Reasoning about Safe Evolution of Product Lines” and “An Empirical Study on Fine-Grained Feature Dependencies.”

    Besides the FOSD Meeting, Leopoldo will also attend the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’2015), to be held in Florence, Italy, in May 2015. There, he will also attend a satellite event of ICSE, the New Faculty Symposium. The main purpose is to make new contacts and meet collaborating researchers for discussion about ongoing projects.

    This activity is part of the “Tools for Developing and Evolving Software Product Lines” and “Making Program Evolution Safer” projects.

  • INES @ ICSE’13 / DAPSE’13

    Publicado em March 16th, 2013Publications

    INES Researchers Christina Chavez, Rodrigo Souza and Roberto Bittencourt will attend ICSE’13 and DAPSE’13: International Workshop on Data Analysis Patterns in Software Engineering –, to present two papers:

    • Rodrigo Souza, Christina Chavez and Roberto Bittencourt. Patterns for Cleaning Up Bug Data
    • Rodrigo Souza, Christina Chavez and Roberto A. Bittencourt. Patterns for Extracting High Level Information from Bug Reports
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  • INES has a paper at ICSE’2012

    Publicado em March 19th, 2012News, Publications

    Researchers from the Evidence-Based Software Engineering Project have a full paper at the Software Engineering in Practice (SEIP) track of the 34th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE). The paper is entitled “On the Proactive and Interactive Visualization for Feature Evolution Comprehension: An Industrial Investigation” and is authored by Renato Lima Novais, Camila Nunes, Caio Lima, Elder Cirilo, Francisco Dantas, Alessandro Garcia, Manoel Mendonça. ICSE is the flagship conference on software engineering in the world.

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  • INES at ICSE 2012

    Publicado em March 8th, 2012News

    INES researcher Uirá Kulesza will attend the 34th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2012), to be held in Zurich, Switzerland, in June 04-08, 2012.

  • INES at WeTSOM-ICSE’2011

    Publicado em March 14th, 2011News, Publications

    INES will be present at the 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’2011), to be held in Honolulu (Hawaii), 21-28 May 2011. Research members from the project “Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution” had the following paper accepted on the WeTSOM workshop at ICSE’2011:

    Authors: Bruno Silva, Cláudio Sant’Anna and Christina Chavez.

    Title: Concern-Based Cohesion as Change Proneness Indicator: An Initial Empirical Study.

    ICSE is the premier conference in all areas related to software engineering, providing a forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns in the field of software engineering.

    WeTSOM’2011 (2nd International Workshop on Emerging Trends in Software Metrics) aims at gathering together researchers and practitioners to discuss the progress of software metrics. The motivation for this workshop is the low impact that software metrics has on current software development. The goals of this workshop includes critically examining the evidence for the effectiveness of existing metrics and identifying new directions for metrics.