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Schedule | Background Material | Travel Arrangements

This page is about the Second Technical Meeting (February 5 - 6, 2004) of the RELEASE network, a network which investigates Software Evolution in general, and (a) theories and (b) benchmarks for software evolution in particular. This second meeting will be specifically devoted to both topics.

Participant List

  • 1. Giuliano Antoniol
  • 2. Tom Mens
  • 3. Manny Lehman
  • 4. Anton Jansen
  • 5. Michel Wermelinger
  • 6. Michele Lanza
  • 7. Sebastian Thone
  • 8. Reiko Heckel
  • 9. Stephane Ducasse
  • 10. Tudor Girba
  • 11. Juan F. Ramil
  • 12. Andrea Capiluppi
  • 13. Serge Demeyer
  • 14. Filip Van Rysselberghe
  • 15. Radu Marinescu
  • 16. Harald Gall
  • 17. Jean-Marie Favre
  • 18. Parastoo Mohagheghi
  • 19. Jose Luiz Fiadeiro
Changes made on Monday, February 2nd
  • cancelled 18. Parastoo Mohagheghi
  • added 18 bis. Andreas Bauer
The hotel reservations are available separately (last update Monday, February 2nd, 15:30) [ PDF]

Schedule

Thursday, february 5th

09:30 - 09:45 - Welcome [Tom Mens]

09:45 - 10:30 - Introduction to Thursday Workshop Topic
(a) THEORY OF SOFTWARE EVOLUTION [ Manny Lehman]
+ Objectives we want to achieve for this day
+ Plan for remainder of the day

10:30 - 11:00 - Coffe break

11:00 - 12:30 - THEORY OF SOFTWARE EVOLUTION, session 1
Break up in 4-5 working groups to discuss Definitions (p. 17), Observations (Axioms) (p. 18) and Inferences (p. 19-20). The pages refer to the background material on the Theory of Software Evolution.

12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch

13:30 - 15:00 - THEORY OF SOFTWARE EVOLUTION, session 2
Continue discussion in work-groups.

15:00 - 15:30 - Coffe break
15:30 - 16:00 - THEORY OF SOFTWARE EVOLUTION , Wrap up session Verify whether we achieved our objectives + How do we proceed from here ?

16:00 - 17:30 - Steering comittee
Discuss some administrative matters, incl
+ Overview of the new ESF Guidelines/Rules [Chantal Durant]
Read the background material on the new ESF rules.
The steering committee meeting is open to everybody !

** Freshing up

19:30 - ??:?? Dinner

Friday, february 6th

09:30 - 10:30 - Introduction to Friday Workshop Topic
(b) EVOLUTION BENCHMARK [Harald Gall]
+ Objectives we want to achieve for this day
+ Plan for remainder of the day

10:30 - 11:00 - Coffe break

11:00 - 12:30 - EVOLUTION BENCHMARK, session 1
What to do here depends mainly on what we decided in the introduction session

12:10 - 13:30 - Lunch

13:30 - 15:00 - EVOLUTION BENCHMARK, session 2
What to do here depends mainly on what we decided in the introduction session

15:00 - 15:30 - EVOLUTION BENCHMARK, Wrap up session
Verify whether we achieved our objectives + How do we proceed from here ?

15:30 - Closing of the workshop

[15:30 And onward -- room for private discussion, work for those that stay over]

Background Material

All particpants are requested to prepare the meeting, by reading the following documents.

Initial Development of a Theory of Software Evolution [Powerpoint]
To be used during the thursday discussions. All participants should have read the document, paying special attention to pages 15-20 as these will be used during the working sessions.
Preparation document on Evolution Benchmark [Software Evolution Work / Bench / Marks | also at TUV]
A short overview of what we did so far on Software Evolution benchmarks and exchange models. Only a short portion of these slides will actually be presented, so please read them.
New ESF Guidelines [PDF]
These new rules will bind us for the following two years. Please read it carefully and raise questions during the Steering Commitee meeting on thursday evening.

Travel Arrangements

For general directions on travelling to and from Strasbourg, see the ESF "How to reach us" page. You will all be sleeping at The meeting location will NOT be in the ESF buildings, but in a building nearby.
  • INET
    5, rue du Parchemin
    67000 Strasbourg
    Meeting room : First Floor, Ni104
  • Rue du Parchemin is the prolongation of rue des Juifs, the street where the ESF buildings are located (see Strasbourg map - Zoom 1 on the ESF pages).

 

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