Location: Co-located with WCRE 2009, Lille, France
Date: October 14th, 2009 (14:30 - 17:45)
The increasing amount of data available about software systems poses new challenges for re- and reverse engineering research, as the proposed approaches need to scale. In this context, concerns about meta-modeling and analysis techniques need to be augmented by technical concerns about how to reuse and how to build upon the efforts of previous research.
Moose is an extensive infrastructure for reverse engineering evolved for over 10 years that promotes the reuse of engineering efforts in research. Moose accommodates various types of data modeled in the FAMIX family of meta-models. The goal of this workshop is to strengthen the community of researchers and practitioners who are working in re- and reverse engineering, by providing a forum for building future research starting from Moose and FAMIX as shared infrastructure.
The workshop will be held on October 14th, from 14:30 until 17:45.
1. Introduction (10 min)
2. Tools Session (80 min)
- Identifying Cycle Causes With CycleTable (7+5=12min)
- Lumiere : An Infrastructure for Producing 3D Applications in Smalltalk (5+5=10min)
- Miler - A Tool Infrastructure to Analyze Mailing Lists (7+5=12min)
- Open discussions (46min)
Coffee break: 16:00 - 16:30
3. Models Session (75 min)
- Challenges for Domain Knowledge Driven Program Analysis (5+5=10min)
- Driving the refactoring of Java Enterprise Applications by evaluating the distance between application elements (5+5=10min)
- Why and How to Substantiate the Good of our Reverse Engineering Tools? (7+5=12min)
- Open discussions (43min)
The presenters should check the Presenter’s Kit. What was true last year remains true today!
The PDF of the proceedings is online at FAMOOSr2009Proceedings.
- submission: September 4
- notification: September 21
- workshop: October 14th, 2009 (14:30 - 17:45)
- Gabriela Arevalo, LIFIA La Plata, Argentina
- Johan Brichau, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
- Serge Demeyer, University of Antwerp, Belgium
- Yann-Gael Gueheneuc, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
- Andy Kellens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
- Michele Lanza, University of Lugano, Switzerland
- Radu Marinescu, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
- Oscar Nierstrasz, University of Bern, Switzerland
- Pascal Vollmer, ICT Software Engineering, Germany
- Thomas Zimmermann, Microsoft Research