ICSE 2002 Doctoral Symposium
The ICSE 2002 Doctoral Symposium is a one-day symposium to be held Tuesday, May 21st, the day prior to the regular ICSE technical conference. The goal of the Doctoral symposium is to publicly discuss research goals, methods, and results at an early enough stage in Ph.D. research to provide useful guidance in completion of the dissertation research and initiation of a research career. The symposium and ICSE will also provide an opportunity for student participants to interact with established researchers and others in the wider software engineering community.
DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE
A Compliance Notation for Verifying Concurrent Systems
Exploiting Reflection to build Mobile Computing Middleware
Explicit Domain Knowledge in Software Engineering
Fuzzy Logic based Interactive Recovery of Software Design
Holistic Framework for Software Engineering
Semantic Anomaly Detection in Dynamic Data Feeds with Incomplete Specifications
An Abstract Representation for Describing and Analyzing Concerns in Source Code
Use of Software Inspection Inputs In Practice: An Empirical Investigation
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To contact the ICSE 2002 Doctoral Symposium Chair send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve Easterbrook, Associate Professor
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