06/03/2007

Invited Session in Symposium 5 (b)

 

Invited Session in Symposium 5 b

 

Software Evolution and Anticipation (SEA)

 

Chairman:

Dr. Juan Jesús Torres Carbonell

Member of GEDES Research Group

(Group on Specification, Development and Evolution of Software)

E.T.S. Ingeniería Informática. University of Granada

jesus.torres@meh.es

jjtc28@hotmail.es

 

Co-Chairman:

 Dr. Francisco L. Gutiérrez

  Member of GEDES Research Group

(Group on Specification, Development and Evolution of Software)

E.T.S. Ingeniería Informática. University of Granada

fgutierr@ugr.es

 

Authors are invited to submit a paper to my special session “Software Evolution and Anticipation” (SEA) within the conference CASYS’07 to be held August 6 – 11 at HEC-ULg, Liège, Belgium.

 

Description

 

Software Systems undergo changes through a continuous evolutionary process. These changes become critical when several agents take part in the evolution, being these agents either users or applications. The platforms, environments and interactions variety can be so complex that could condition the evolutionary process. This complexity could be especially significant in the case of groupware applications, service oriented architectures, collaborative environments, hypermedia systems, etc. and could imply a very important increase of the complexity of the evolutionary and adaptive processes as well. In these kind of situations, systematize the evolution modelling and establish mechanisms to develop adaptive environments is compulsory.

 

Authors are invited to present theirs points of view, paying special attention to the role of anticipation, as a powerful conceptual tool, in software system evolutionary and adaptive process.

 

Topics include, but not limited to:

 

  • Groupware applications.
  • Service Oriented Architectures.
  • Collaborative environments.
  • Adaptive systems.
  • Requirements Engineering. in enterprise architecting.
  • Models of, and model-driven approaches for, enterprise/software architectures.
  • Methodologies for developing evolutionary software systems.
  • Software architecture maintenance and evolution.

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