2nd Workshop of GI Working Group „Long-living Software Systems (L2S2)“
Bad Honnef, Germany, May 3, 2010
The workshop program is available now!
|April 9, 2010||Extended abstract submission|
|April 16, 2010||Notification of acceptance|
|April 23, 2010||Camera-ready version|
|April 23, 2010||Participant registration|
|May 03, 2010||Workshop|
Although software is an immaterial good, it is subject to deterioration or aging. Both, the requirements software has to meet and the underlying hardware and infrastructure constantly change. If software does not continuously adapt, it will age relative to its environment.
In the field of business information systems, we are too familiar with this problem known by the term "legacy systems". The same problem arises in the embedded systems sector where we develop complex software for potentially long-lived technical devices.
The economic impact of such software aging problem is huge. Thus, the ambitious goal of software engineering research and practice in our opinion should be to provide methods and tools for developing “designs for future” and by this protect the enormous investments made in software.
The 2nd workshop “Design for Future” organized by the GI working group L2S2 tries to bring together researchers and practitioners in order to discuss approaches helping to cope with software aging problems. We particularly encourage contributions considering topics related to software architectures and development methodologies for long-living software systems, including (but not limited to):
Development methodologies for long-living software systems
Design and Evolution of software architectures for future
Submissions may consist of extended abstracts of up to two pages and should follow the formatting guidelines of Softwaretechnik-Trends (Template: Word | Tex). They may be written in English or German. Accepted submissions will be published in the Softwaretechnik-Trends. Please submit your PDF document using EasyChair.
To register for the DFF 2010, please use the WSR 2010 registration page (Note: Add "DFF 2010" in the free text comment field).
The workshop will take place in the "Physikzentrum" in Bad Honnef. More information is avialable here.
Please note that the DFF workshop is held in conjunction with the WSR 2010. Therefore, the following program also covers the WSR sessions. For more details on these sessions please visit the WSR homepage.
Monday, May 3rd 2010
Till 11:00h: Registration
11:00-12:30h: WSR session - Program and Language Analysis
13:30-14:00h: All-hands Meeting GI Working Group "Langlebige Softwaresysteme"
14:00-15:00 WSR/DFF Invited Talk
15:00-16:00h: DFF Session 1
16:00-16:30h: Coffee break
16:30-18:00h: DFF Session 2
18:00-18:30h: GI-SRE Fachgruppen-Sitzung
Thuesday, May 4th 2010
9:00-11:00h: DFF Session 3
11:00-11:30h: Coffee break
11:30-12:30h: WSR - praktische Erfahrungen
12:30-14:00h: Coffee break
14:00-15:30h: WSR - Clones und Migrationstechniken /SOAMIG (1)
15:30-16:00h: Coffee break
16:00-18:00h: WSR – SOAMIG (2)
Wednesday, May 5th 2010
9:00-10:30h: WSR - Britney Spears und Qualitätsverbesserung
10:30-11:00h: Coffee break
11:00-12:30h: WSR - Cloud Computing und Nebenläufigkeit
Christof Momm, SAP Research Karlsruhe, BMBF project ValueGrids
Stefan Sauer, s-lab – Software Quality Lab, Universität Paderborn
Gregor Engels, s-lab, Uni Paderborn
Simon Giesecke, BTC AG
Michael Goedicke, Uni Duisburg-Essen
Ursula Goltz, TU Braunschweig
Wilhelm Hasselbring, Uni Kiel
Klaus Krogmann, KIT
Florian Matthes, TU München
Christof Momm, SAP Research
Barbara Paech, Uni Heidelberg
Klaus Pohl, Uni Duisburg-Essen
Andreas Rausch, TU Clausthal
Matthias Riebisch, TU Ilmenau
Stefan Sauer, s-lab, Uni Paderborn
Klaus Schmid, Uni Hildesheim
Mircea Trifu, FZI Karlsruhe
Andreas Winter, Uni Oldenburg
Heinz Züllighoven, Uni Hamburg