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ASWEC 2013
  Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00-09:30   PhD
Workshops &
Conference Opening    
09:30-10:30 Keynote: Len Bass Keynote: Carrie Gates Keynote: Darren Croton
10:30-11:00 Morning Tea Morning Tea Morning Tea
11:00-12:30 Session 1: Requirements Engineering
Session 2: Modelling
Session 5: Visualisation
Session 6: Software Procesess
Session 10: Emperical Software Engineering (I)
Session 11: Quality Assurance
12:30-13:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:30-15:00 Session 3: Java
Session 7: Estimation
Session 8: Development Practices
Session 12: Emperical Software Engineering (II)
Session 13: Patterns
15:00-15:30 Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea
15:30-17:00 ARA/ARC Panel
ATC 101
Session 9: Defects Conference Close
  Welcome Reception
Location: AGSE Foyer
  Conference Dinner

Session Key

    Conference Session          Research Papers        Industry Papers         Plenary           Social Events    

Wednesday June 5
09:00 - 09:30 Conference Opening
Location: ATC 101
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote: Len Bass
Location: ATC 101
PDF Presentation Overheads
10:30 - 11:00 Morning Tea/Coffee
Location: ATC Foyer
Location ATC101 EN101
11:00 - 12:30 Session 1: Requirements Engineering
Chair: Jens Dietrich
Session 2: Modelling
Chair: Vanea Chiprianov
  Authors: Shalinka Jayatilleke and Richard Lai
Title: A Method of Specifying and Classifying Requirements Change
Authors: Lin Wah Chan, Rene Hexel and Lian Wen
Title: Rule-Based Behaviour Engineering: Integrated, Intuitive Formal Rule Modelling
Authors: Judy Bamberger
Title: Requirements: Writing "Good" Requirements
Authors: Li Dan, Xiaoshan Li, Zhiming Liu and Volker Stolz
Title: Support Formal Component-based Development with UML Profile
Authors: Xiaofan Chen, John Hosking, John Grundy and Robert Amor.
Title: Development of Robust Traceability Benchmarks
Authors: Pengcheng Zhang and Wenrui Li
Title: On the semantics of scenario-based specification based on timed computational tree logic
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101  
13:30 - 15:00 Session 3: Java
Chair: Markus Lumpe
  Authors: Most Influential Paper Award: Cyrille Artho and Armin Biere
Title: Applying Static Analysis to Large-scale, Multi-threaded Java Programs
Authors: Constantine Dymnikov, David Pearce and Alex Potanin
Title: OwnKit: Inferring Modularly Checkable Ownership Annotations for Java
Authors: Usman Durrani, Joan Richardson and John Lenarcic
Title: SLAM Model for SCM Implementation: A case study of a hybrid delivery team in a hybrid cloud computing environment
15:00 - 15:30 Afternoon Tea/Coffee
Location: ATC Foyer
15:30 - 17:00 ARA/ARC Panel
Location: ATC 101

Thursday June 6 (Industry Day)
09:00 - 09:30  
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote: Carrie Gates
Location: ATC 101
10:30 - 11:00 Morning Tea/Coffee
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101 EN101
11:00 - 12:30 Session: Visualization
Chair: John Grundy
Session: Software Process
Chair: Jens Dietrich
  Authors: Nathan Hawes
Title: Code Maps: A Scalable Visualisation Technique for Large Codebases
Authors: Adrian Pitman, Angela Tuffley and Betsy Clark
Title: SCRAM: A Method for Assessing the Risk of Schedule Compliance
Authors: Jessica Emerson, Neville Churcher and Chris Deaker
Title: From Toy to Tool: Extending Tag Clouds for Software and Information Visualisation
Authors: Javed Iqbal and Rodina Binti Ahmad
Title: Significant Requirements Engineering Practices for Software Development Outsourcing
Authors: Arvie Carpio, Jessub Kim, Rashina Hoda and Duncan Miller
Title: MedTouch: Towards the Development of Smartphone-based Software Solutions for Health Care Self-Management
Authors: Muhammad Aiman Mazlan, Mani Hagh Sefat, Nor Ezam Selan and Dickson Lukose
Title: Holistic Approach to Software Build and Release Process with Pre-emptive Measures for Sustainable Quality Control
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101 EN101
13:30 - 15:00 Session: Estimation
Chair: Judy Bamberger
Session: Development Practices
Chair: David Pearce
  Authors: Passakorn Phannachitta, Jacky Keung and Kenichi Matsumoto
Title: An Empirical Experiment on Analogy-based Software Cost Estimation with CUDA Framework
Authors:Jason Lee
Title: Software Testing Trends in Australia Software Industry and Beyond
Authors: Rajesh Mathur
Title: Practical Approaches to Test Estimation of Software Applications
Authors: H.-Christian Estler, Martin Nordio, Carlo Alberto Furia and Bertrand Meyer
Title: Unifying Configuration Management with Merge Conflict Detection and Awareness Systems
Authors: Mark Palmer
Title: Taking the concept of the Gaming Engine into Safety Critical Software Systems
Authors: Sherlock Licorish and Stephen MacDonell
Title: What can developers. messages tell us? A psycholinguistic analysis of Jazz teams. competencies and behavior patterns
15:00 - 15:30 Afternoon Tea/Coffee
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101  
15:30 - 16:30 Session: Defects
Chair: Lee Naish
  Authors: Jaspar Cahill, James Hogan and Richard Thomas
Title: Predicting Fault-Prone Software Modules with Rank Sum Classification
Authors: Denzil Correa and Ashish Sureka
Title: Integrating Issue Tracking Systems with Community-Based Question and Answering Websites
16:30 - 17:30 Panel: Software Engineering Research versus Industry Practice - a Growing Divide?
Location: ATC 101
Conference Dinner: Melbourne Art Centre ANZ Pavillion (19:00-22:00)

Friday June 7
09:00 - 09:30  
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote: Darren Croton
Location: ATC 101
PDF Version of Overheads
10:30 - 12:00 Morning Tea/Coffee
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101 EN101
11:00 - 12:30 Session: Emperical Software Engineering (I)
Chair: Neville Churcher
Session: Quality Assurance
Chair: Edmund Kazmierczak
  Authors: Michael Franklin Bosu and Stephen MacDonell
Title: A Taxonomy of Data Quality Challenges in Empirical Software Engineering
Authors: Mohit Garg, Richard Lai and P. K. Kapur
Title: A method for selecting a model to estimate the reliability of a software component in a dynamic system
Authors: Olga Goloshchapova and Markus Lumpe
Title: On the Application of Inequality Indices in Comparative Software Analysis
Authors: Lee Naish and Hua Jie Lee
Title: Duals in Spectral Fault Localization
Authors: Vanita Bhoola, Debasis Mallik, Akshay Sharda and Prathyusha Sistu
Title: Measuring Software Project Agility: A Special focus on SCRUM Practices in India
Authors: Claudia Szabo and Yufei Chen
Title: A Model-driven Approach for Ensuring Change Traceability and Multi-Model Consistency
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
Location: AD Cloisters
Location ATC101 EN101
13:30 - 15:00 Session: Imperical Software Engineering (II)
Chair: Judy Bamberger
Session: Patterns
Chair: David Pearce
  Authors: Jia Ru and Jacky Keung
Title: An Empirical Investigation on the Simulation of Priority and Shortest-Job-First Scheduling for Cloud-based Software Systems
Authors: Li Sun, Serdar Boztas, Kathy Horadam and Asha Rao
Title: Guarding the source code against inside attacks: a case study of user access patterns
Authors: Mehran Halimi Asl and Mohd Nazri Kama
Title: A Change Impact Size Estimation Approach for the Software Development Phase
Authors: Aibek Sarimbekov, Yudi Zheng, Danilo Ansaloni, Lubomir Bulej, Lukas Marek, Walter Binder, Petr Tuma and Zhengwei Qi
Title: Productive Development of Dynamic Program Analysis Tools with DiSL
Authors: Anton V. Uzunov, Katrina Falkner and Eduardo B. Fernandez
Title: Decomposing Distributed Software Architectures for the Determination and Incorporation of Security and Other Non-Functional Requirements
Author: Rachel Cardell-Oliver
Title: Evaluating the Application and Understanding of Elementary Programming Patterns
15:00 - 15:30 Afternoon Tea/Coffee
Location: AD Cloisters
15:30 - 16:30 Awards and Conference Closing
Location: ATC 101