The Tribute will be open: attendees can sign-up on the registration page
when it becomes available.
Sixth International Working Conference on Mining Software
repositories such as source control systems, archived communications
between project personnel, and defect tracking systems are used to help
manage the progress of software projects. Software practitioners and
researchers are recognizing the benefits of mining this information to
support the maintenance of software systems, improve software
design/reuse, and empirically validate novel ideas and techniques.
Research is now proceeding to uncover the ways in which mining these
repositories can help to understand software development, to support
predictions about software development, and to exploit this knowledge
concretely in planning future development.
The goal of this two-day working conference is to strengthen the
community of researchers and practitioners who are working to recover
and use the data stored in software repositories to further
understanding of software development practices. We expect the
presentations and discussions at MSR 2009 in Vancouver to continue on a
number of general themes and challenges from the previous MSRs held at
ICSE since 2004. For more information about MSR and the MSR Challenge,
see the MSR 2009 website.
Contact any of the organizers for more information about the MSR 2009
17th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension
Program comprehension is a vital blend of software engineering
activities that supports reuse, inspection, maintenance, evolution,
migration, reverse engineering, and reengineering of existing software
systems. The International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC) is
the principal venue for works in the area of program comprehension as
well as a leading venue for works in the areas of software analysis,
reverse engineering, software evolution, and software visualization.
ICPC 2009 will be co-located with the International Conference on
Software Engineering (ICSE’09) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
As a city of approximately 2 million people, Vancouver offers a wide
variety of cultural attractions including the Vancouver Aquarium,
Gastown, Granville Island, and Science World, while providing access to
recreational activities like biking, sea kayaking, scuba diving, and
ICPC 2009 promises to provide an opportunity for researchers and
practitioners from academia, industry, and government to present and to
discuss state-of-the-art and best-practice results in the field of
program comprehension. For more information visit http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/.
ICSP 2009 - International Conference on Software Process
Software development takes place in a dynamic context of frequently
changing technologies and limited resources. Globally distributed
development teams are under ever-increasing pressure to deliver their
products more quickly and with higher levels of quality. At the same
time, global competition is forcing software development organizations
to cut costs by rationalizing processes, outsourcing part or all of
their activities, reusing existing software in new or modified
applications, and evolving existing systems to meet new needs. To
address these difficulties, new or modified processes are emerging,
including lean and agile methods and plan-based product line
development. For ICSP 2009, systems engineering processes addressing the
specific challenges of developing trustworthy software are of particular
ICSP 2009 invites papers describing completed research or advanced
work-in-progress in all areas of software and systems development
process including: agile software processes, CMMI, novel techniques for
software process representation and analysis, process tools and metrics,
and the simulation and modeling of software processes. As in previous
years, ICSP 2009 will organize a special track for papers on software
and systems process simulation. Contributions reflecting industrial
experience are particularly welcome. For further information regarding
paper submission and ICSP 2009 in general, please visit our website.
Simula Research Laboratory and University of Oslo, Norway (General
Chair) Ray Madachy,University of Southern California, USA
(Program Co-chair) Qing Wang, Institute of Software - Chinese Academy
of Science, China (Program Co-chair) Vahid
Garousi, University of Calgary, Canada (Publicity Chair)
PROMISE '09: 1st International Conference on Predictor Models in
The PROMISE conference leverages the successful experience from the
four previous workshops. The objective of the conference is to deliver
to the software engineering community useful, usable, verifiable, and
repeatable models applicable to better manage software processes and
To this end, we:
Maintain an on-line repository where researchers and practitioners
can store the data they use to make their conclusions, access models
and data used by other researchers and practitioners, and compare their
results to those obtained in previous work.
Hold an annual conference where researchers and practitioners can
meet to discuss and refine their results and methods, and to describe
repeatable experiments in software engineering
Traditionally, PROMISE meetings have focused on effort and defect
prediction. More recently, there has been a focus on other issues such
as model-based requirements engineering and value-based software
engineering. For the 2009 meeting, we encourage papers that extend the
idea of PROMISE to many more fields of software engineering. For further
information, please visit http://promisedata.org.
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