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International Conference on Software Engineering
Orlando, Florida, USA
May 19-25, 2002

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ICSE 2002 Industry Presentations

ICSE 2002 will feature two talks concerning the software engineering industry. Abstract information will be posted here as soon as it is available.

S3.4: Software Component Quality Assessment in Industry

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Ian Gorton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Anna Liu, Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) Sydney, Australia

This presentation describes the authors' experiences of initiating and sustaining a project at CSIRO aimed at accelerating the successful adoption of COTS middleware technologies in large business and scientific information systems. The projects aims are described, along with example outcomes and an assessment of what is needed for wide-scale software component quality assessments to succeed.

S4.4: Accelerating Software Development Through Collaboration

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Larry Augustine, VA Software

In early 1999, VA Software launched a project to understand how the Internet development community had been able to produce software faster and with higher quality than comparable commercially available alternatives. Our goal was simple: determine how to make more software development projects successful.

We discovered that successful Internet community projects employed a number of practices that were not well characterized by traditional software engineering methodologies. We now refer to those practices as Collaborative Software Development or CSD. Late in 1999 we developed the SourceForge platform to make it easy for even small software development projects to employ those practices, and in November of 1999 launched the web site based on the SourceForge platform. The site was an overwhelming success, and in less than two years, grew to support more than 27,000 software development projects and over a quarter million software developers worldwide. affords us an unequaled test bed for understanding CSD. In response to demand from companies seeking to enable CSD within their organizations, we announced a commercial version of the SourceForge platform, SourceForge Enterprise Edition, in August 2001. This presentation will describe the principles of CSD, the software development pain points those principles address, and our experience enabling CSD with the SourceForge platform.

S7.4: Real-Time Systems

The Mission Data System Software Architecture Framework
Nicolas Rouquette, Kirk Reinholtz

The CycleFree Methodology: A Simple Approach to Building Reliable, Robust, Real-Time Systems
Dick Mays (Simtrol), Richard J. LeBlanc, Jr. (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Function Point Measurement from Java Programs
Shinji Kusumoto, Masahiro Imagawa, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka University), Shuuma Morimoto, Kouji Matsusita, Michio Tsuda (Hitachi Systems & Services, Ltd.)

S10.4: Product Lines

Experiences in Assessing Product Family Software Architecture for Evolution
Alessandro Maccari (Nokia Research Center)

A Comprehensive Product Line Scoping Approach and its Validation
Klaus Schmid (Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering)

Integrating Hundreds of Products through One Architecture — The Industrial IT Architecture
Lars G. Bratthall, Robert van der Geest (ABB Corporate Research), Holger Hofmann (ABB Forschungszentrum), Edgar Jellum, Zbigniew Korendo, Robert Martinez, Michal Orkisz (ABB Corporate Research), Christian Zeidler (ABB Forschungszentrum), Johan S. Andersson (ABB Automation Products)

S11.4: Technology Trends

Recognizing and Responding to "Bad Smells" in Extreme Programming
Amr Elssamadisy, Gregory Schalliol (ThoughtWorks, Inc.)

Building Enterprise Portals: Principles to Practice
Tushar K. Hazra (EpitomiOne Incorporated)

Brazilian Software Quality in 2002
Kival Chaves Weber (SOFTEX - Society for the Promotion of Excellence in Brazilian Software), Celia Joseli do Nascimento (MCT/SEPIN)

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