18. SIGSOFT FSE - FoSER 2010:
Santa Fe, NM, USA Gruia-Catalin Roman, Kevin J. Sullivan (Eds.):
Proceedings of the Workshop on Future of Software Engineering Research, FoSER 2010, at the 18th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering, 2010, Santa Fe, NM, USA, November 7-11, 2010.
ACM 2010, ISBN 978-1-4503-0427-6
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- Kenneth C. Arnold, Henry Lieberman:
- David F. Bacon, Eric Bokelberg, Yiling Chen, Ian A. Kash, David C. Parkes, Malvika Rao, Manu Sridharan:
- Robert Balzer:
Why haven't we automated programming.
- Luciano Baresi, Carlo Ghezzi:
The disappearing boundary between development-time and run-time.
- Earl T. Barr, Christian Bird, Eric Hyatt, Tim Menzies, Gregorio Robles:
On the shoulders of giants.
- Don S. Batory:
Thoughts on automated software design and synthesis.
- Andrew Begel, Robert DeLine, Thomas Zimmermann:
Social media for software engineering.
- Barry W. Boehm:
Extending software engineering research outside the digital box.
- Derek Bronish, Jason Kirschenbaum, Aditi Tagore:
A benchmark- and competition-based approach to software engineering research.
- Nanette Brown, Yuanfang Cai, Yuepu Guo, Rick Kazman, Miryung Kim, Philippe Kruchten, Erin Lim, Alan MacCormack, Robert L. Nord, Ipek Ozkaya, Raghvinder S. Sangwan, Carolyn B. Seaman, Kevin J. Sullivan, Nico Zazworka:
Managing technical debt in software-reliant systems.
- Marcel Bruch, Eric Bodden, Martin Monperrus, Mira Mezini:
IDE 2.0: collective intelligence in software development.
- Yuriy Brun, Reid Holmes, Michael D. Ernst, David Notkin:
Speculative analysis: exploring future development states of software.
- Barrett R. Bryant, Jeff Gray, Marjan Mernik:
Domain-specific software engineering.
- Tevfik Bultan:
Software for everyone by everyone.
- Margaret M. Burnett:
The future of software engineering: enhancing human expertise in tackling software quality.
- Raymond P. L. Buse, Thomas Zimmermann:
Analytics for software development.
- Cristian Cadar, Peter Pietzuch, Alexander L. Wolf:
Multiplicity computing: a vision of software engineering for next-generation computing platform applications.
- Lori A. Clarke, Leon J. Osterweil, George S. Avrunin:
Supporting human-intensive systems.
- Matthew B. Dwyer, Sebastian G. Elbaum:
Unifying verification and validation techniques: relating behavior and properties through partial evidence.
- Steve M. Easterbrook:
Climate change: a grand software challenge.
- Martin Erwig, Eric Walkingshaw:
Program fields for continuous software.
- Kathi Fisler, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Daniel J. Dougherty:
Embracing policy engineering.
- Shawn M. Freeman, Thomas L. Clune, Robert W. Burns:
Latent risks and dangers in the state of climate model software development.
- Richard P. Gabriel:
Software engineering as live performance.
- Alessio Gabriele, Michelangelo Lupone, Paola Inverardi, Patrizio Pelliccione:
Ad-opera: music-inspired self-adaptive systems.
- David Garlan:
Software engineering in an uncertain world.
- Daniel M. Germán, Jens H. Webber, Massimiliano Di Penta:
Lawful software engineering.
- John Goodenough, Linda M. Northrop:
Software assurance for systems of systems.
- Ganesh Gopalakrishnan, Robert M. Kirby:
Top ten ways to make formal methods for HPC practical.
- Ian Gorton, Yan Liu:
Advancing software architecture modeling for large scale heterogeneous systems.
- Mark Grechanik, James A. Jones, Alessandro Orso, André van der Hoek:
Bridging gaps between developers and testers in globally-distributed software development.
- Arjun Guha, Shriram Krishnamurthi:
Minding the (semantic) gap: engineering programming language theory.
- Trevor Harmon, Michael R. Lowry:
N-version programming in WCET analysis: revisiting a discredited idea.
- Ahmed E. Hassan, Tao Xie:
Software intelligence: the future of mining software engineering data.
- Seth Holloway, Christine Julien:
The case for end-user programming of ubiquitous computing environments.
- Daniel Jackson, Eunsuk Kang:
Separation of concerns for dependable software design.
- Ralph E. Johnson:
Software development is program transformation.
- Mira Kajko-Mattsson:
Maturity is also about the capability to conform the process to the right context!
- Rick Kazman, Hong-Mei Chen:
The metropolis model and its implications for the engineering of software ecosystems.
- James Kirby Jr., David M. Weiss, Robyn R. Lutz:
Evidence-based software production.
- Mark Klein, Gabriel A. Moreno, David C. Parkes, Kurt C. Wallnau:
Designing for incentives: better information sharing for better software engineering.
- Shuvendu K. Lahiri, Kapil Vaswani, C. A. R. Hoare:
Differential static analysis: opportunities, applications, and challenges.
- Claire Le Goues, Stephanie Forrest, Westley Weimer:
The case for software evolution.
- Gary T. Leavens:
The future of library specification.
- Nicolás López, André van der Hoek:
An agenda for concern-oriented software engineering.
- Michael R. Lowry:
Towards predictive models of technology impact on software design productivity.
- Andrian Marcus, Tim Menzies:
Software is data too.
- Fabio Massacci:
Infringo ergo sum: when will software engineering support infringements?
- Atif M. Memon, Adam A. Porter, Alan Sussman:
Community-based, collaborative testing and analysis.
- Tommi Mikkonen, Antero Taivalsaari:
The mashware challenge: bridging the gap between web development and software engineering.
- Gail C. Murphy:
Human-centric software engineering.
- Emerson R. Murphy-Hill, Gail C. Murphy, William G. Griswold:
Understanding context: creating a lasting impact in experimental software engineering research.
- Linda M. Northrop, Mark Klein, John Goodenough, Dennis B. Smith:
Needed foundations for assuring the desirable behavior of software-reliant systems.
- Alessandro Orso:
Monitoring, analysis, and testing of deployed software.
- Leon J. Osterweil, Lori A. Clarke:
Supporting negotiation and dispute resolution with computing and communication technologies.
- Thomas J. Ostrand, Elaine J. Weyuker:
Software testing research and software engineering education.
- Jamie Payton, Christine Julien:
Integrating participatory sensing in application development practices.
- Gian Pietro Picco:
Software engineering and wireless sensor networks: happy marriage or consensual divorce?
- Andy Podgurski:
Evidence-based validation and improvement of electronic health record systems.
- Hridesh Rajan:
Building scalable software systems in the multicore era.
- Steven P. Reiss:
Writing and using program specifications.
- Debra J. Richardson, Ban Al-Ani, Hadar Ziv:
Requirements engineering at the margins: avoiding technological hubris through alternative approaches.
- Caitlin Sadowski, Andrew Shewmaker:
The last mile: parallel programming and usability.
- Walt Scacchi:
The future of research in free/open source software development.
- Wilhelm Schäfer, Mauro Birattari, Johannes Blömer, Marco Dorigo, Gregor Engels, Rehan O'Grady, Marco Platzner, Franz-Josef Rammig, Wolfgang Reif, Ansgar Trächtler:
Engineering self-coordinating software intensive systems.
- Todd W. Schiller, Michael D. Ernst:
Rethinking the economics of software engineering.
- Johann Schumann, Ole J. Mengshoel, Ashok N. Srivastava, Adnan Darwiche:
Towards software health management with bayesian networks.
- Mary Shaw:
Research toward an engineering discipline for software.
- Tim Sheard, Aaron Stump, Stephanie Weirich:
Language-based verification will change the world.
- Akbar Siami Namin, Mohan Sridharan:
Bayesian reasoning for software testing.
- Douglas R. Smith, Louis Hoebel:
Derivational software engineering.
- Margaret-Anne D. Storey, Christoph Treude, Arie van Deursen, Li-Te Cheng:
The impact of social media on software engineering practices and tools.
- Kevin Sullivan, William Knaus, Richard Marks:
An ultra-large-scale systems approach to national-scale health information systems.
- Kevin Sullivan:
Opportunity-centered software development.
- Richard N. Taylor:
Enabling innovation: a choice for software engineering.
- Walter F. Tichy, Sven J. Körner:
Text to software: developing tools to close the gaps in software engineering.
- Will Tracz:
Packaging and prioritizing software engineering research to maximize industry impact.
- András Vajda, Johan Eker:
Return to the language forrest: the case for DSL oriented software engineering.
- Arnaud Venet, Michael R. Lowry:
Static analysis for software assurance: soundness, scalability and adaptiveness.
- Anthony I. Wasserman:
Software engineering issues for mobile application development.
- Michael W. Whalen, Patrice Godefroid, Leonardo Mariani, Andrea Polini, Nikolai Tillmann, Willem Visser:
FITE: future integrated testing environment.
- Jules White, Douglas C. Schmidt:
R&D challenges and emerging solutions for multicore deployment/configuration optimization.
- Hyrum K. Wright, Miryung Kim, Dewayne E. Perry:
Validity concerns in software engineering research.
- Tao Xie, Nikolai Tillmann, Jonathan de Halleux, Wolfram Schulte:
Future of developer testing: building quality in code.
- Guoqing (Harry) Xu, Nick Mitchell, Matthew Arnold, Atanas Rountev, Gary Sevitsky:
Software bloat analysis: finding, removing, and preventing performance problems in modern large-scale object-oriented applications.
- Linmin Yang, Zhe Dang, Thomas R. Fischer, Min Sik Kim, Li Tan:
Entropy and software systems: towards an information-theoretic foundation of software testing.
- Yunwen Ye, Kumiyo Nakakoji, Yasuhiro Yamamoto, Kouichi Kishida:
Through the looking glass of immaterial labor.
- Michal Young, Stuart R. Faulk:
Sharing what we know about software engineering.
- Minghui Zhou, Audris Mockus:
Growth of newcomer competence: challenges of globalization.