INES - National Institute of Science and Technology for Software Engineering
Publicado em September 30th, 2011Uncategorized
Today the three best tools were awarded at CBSoft 2011. All of them were made by INES researchers.
The CBSoft 2011 Best Tool was “A Tool for Improving Maintainability of Preprocessor-based Product Lines”. Márcio Ribeiro (UFPE), Társis Tolêdo (UFPE), Paulo Borba (UFPE), and Claus Brabrand (IT University of Copenhagen)
The 2nd CBSoft 2011 Best Tool was “JMLok: Uma Ferramenta para Verificar Conformidade em Programas Java/JML”, Catuxe Varjão (UFCG), Rohit Gheyi (UFCG), Tiago Massoni (UFCG), and Gustavo Soares (UFCG)
The 3rd CBSoft 2011 Best Tool was “Visualizando a Evolução do Comportamento Excepcional em Aplicações Multi-linguagem com eFlowMining”, Israel Garcia (UFRN), Eliezio Soares (UFRN), and Nelio Cacho (UFRN)
Take a look ar the award ceremony video here.
Publicado em September 29th, 2011Uncategorized
Today at the SBES 2011 Celebration session - “SBES is 25″, INES researchers received bets papers awards for the three best papers of the conference.
The SBES 2011 best paper was “Analyzing Refactorings on Software Repositories”, by Gustavo Soares, Bruno Catão (UFCG), Catuxe Varjão (UFCG), Solon Aguiar (UFCG), Rohit Gheyi (UFCG) and Tiago Massoni (UFCG).
The 2nd best paper was “Safe Composition of Configuration Knowledge-based Software Product Lines”, Leopoldo Teixeira (UFPE); Rohit Gheyi (UFCG); Paulo Borba (UFPE).
And the 3rd best paper was “Agile Testing of Exceptional Behavior”, Rafael Di Bernardo (UFPE), Fernando Castor (UFPE), Ricardo Sales Junior (UFRN), Nelio Cacho (UFRN), Roberta Coelho (UFRN) and Sérgio Soares (UFPE).
Publicado em September 18th, 2011Publications
The INES sub-project “An Intelligent, Ubiquitous and Context Sensitive Public Transportation System” had two papers (a full paper and a short paper) accepted for publication in the VIII Brazilian Symposium on Collaborative Systems (Simpósio Brasileiro de Sistemas Colaborativos - SBSC).
SBSC will occur in October 5th - 7th in Paraty/RJ.The full paper presents the results of a survey conducted with public transportation users which investigates how collaborative systems based on social networks and collective intelligence can support sharing information with the passengers. The results show that there is a scarcity of ways to obtain real-time information related to public transportation and that the use of social network applications and collective intelligence is an interesting way to share and obtain this kind of information. This is a result of collaboration among researchers of UTFPR-Campo Mourão and UFBA.The short paper proposes a social network application that enables users to create routes on maps that can be edited collaboratively. This paper is part of the graduation work of a UTFPR-Campo Mourão student.
Publication details are:Full Paper:
Ana Paula Chaves, Igor Steinmacher, Vaninha Vieira. Social networks and collective intelligence applied to public transportation systems: A survey. VIII Simpósio Brasileiro de Sistemas Colaborativos (SBSC 2011). Paraty, RJ, outubro, 2011.Short Paper:Luiz Philipe Serrano Alves, Ana Paula Chaves, Igor Steinmacher. Um aplicativo baseado em inteligência coletiva para compartilhamento de rotas em redes sociais. VIII Simpósio Brasileiro de Sistemas Colaborativos (SBSC 2011). Paraty, RJ, outubro, 2011.context, SBSC, ubibus
INES researchers will join the FEES 2011 @ CBSoft (São Paulo), to discuss “Free/Libre/Open Source Software Development in Software Engineering Education: Opportunities and Experiences”.
The work involves researchers from UFBA (INES project: Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution) in collaboration with IME-USP. One of the reported experiences took place in a Software Evolution course at UFBA.
“Free/Libre/Open Source Software Development in Software Engineering Education: Opportunities and Experiences”
- Christina Chavez, Antonio Terceiro (UFBA); Paulo Meirelles, Carlos Santos Jr., Fabio Kon (IME-USP)
SBES is 25
Researchers from INES project: Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution also participate in two papers accepted at the SBES is 25 Special Track:
1) “The AOSD Research Community in Brazil and its Crosscutting Impact”
Christina Chavez, Uirá Kulesza, Sérgio Soares, Paulo Borba, Carlos Lucena, Paulo Masiero, Claudio Sant’Anna, Eduardo Piveta, Fabiano Ferrari, Fernando Castor, Roberta Coelho, Vander Alves , Lyrene Silva, Paulo Pires, Nabor Mendonça , Eduardo Figueiredo, Thais Batista, Carla Silva, Valter Camargo, Nélio Cacho, Otávio Lemos, Flávia Delicato , Arndt von Staa, Fabio Silveira , Fernanda Alencar, Julio Leite, Ricardo Ramos, Rodrigo Bonifácio , Marco Tulio Valente, Rosana Braga, Rosangela Penteado, Jaelson Castro (UFBA, UFRN, UFPE, PUC-Rio, USP, UFSM, UFPB, UFMG, UFSCar, Unifesp, UFRJ, Unifor, Univasf, UnB)
2) “Free and Open Source Software Development and Research: Opportunities for Software Engineering”aosd, cbsoft, fees, floss, open source software, software engineering education, software evolution
Fabio Kon, Paulo Meirelles (IME-USP); Antonio Terceiro, Christina Chavez (UFBA); Nelson Lago (IME-USP); Manoel Mendonça (UFBA)
Publicado em September 12th, 2011Uncategorized
The master student Paola Accioly from Federal University of Pernambuco is going to visit the UnB from 26th to 29th September to carry out an experiment that is part of the scope of her master’s research.
Publicado em September 5th, 2011Uncategorized
The paper “The Bug Report Duplication Problem: An Exploratory Study” was accepted for publication at the Software Quality Journal. This activity is part of the project “An Investigation of Methods, Processes, Tools, and Metrics for the Development of Software Product Lines (SPL)” — in portuguese, Uma Investigação de Processos, Ferramentas e Métricas para o Desenvolvimento de Linhas de Produto de Software.
More details about the publication: Cavalcanti, Y.; Neto, P. A. M.; Vale, T.; Lucrédio, D.; Almeida, E. S; Meira, S. R. L. The Bug Report Duplication Problem: An Exploratory Study, Software Quality Journal, 2012
Publicado em September 1st, 2011Publications
The papers “Extending CRefine to Support Tactics of Refinement” and “Joker: An Animation Framework for Formal Specifications” were accepted for publication as short papers for the Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods 2011. The authors Marcel Oliveira, Diego Oliveira and Madiel Filho will attend the conference to present their papers.
Publicado em September 1st, 2011Uncategorized
UFRN-affiliated INES researchers David Deharbe, Stephenson Galvão and Anamaria Martins Moreira have presented their work titled Formalizing FreeRTOS: First Steps at the 12th Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods (SBMF 2009). This paper is now available through this link.
Publicado em September 1st, 2011Uncategorized
UFRN affiliated INES researcher David Déharbe, together with LORIA colleagues Thomas Bouton, Diego Caminha B. de Oliveira and Pascal Fontaine have their paper GridTPT: a distributed platform for Theorem Prover Testing accepted for publication at the 2010 edition of the Worshop on Practical Aspects of Automated Reasoning, a.k.a PAAR-2010. The event will be part of the Federated Logic Conference 2010 (FLoC).
The paper presents a grid-based infrastructure used in the automated testing of the SMT-solver veriT with a data base of thousands of benchmarks.