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  • INES at AMW 2016

    Publicado em May 25th, 2016Publications

    Diego Ernesto Rosa Pessoa will attend the Alberto Mendelzon International Workshop on Foundations of Data Management (AMW 2016) to present the following papers: “Towards a Multi-Layer Architecture for Combination of Schema Matchers” and “A Query-driven and Incremental Process for Entity Resolution“. The Alberto Mendelzon Workshop is an initiative of the Latin American community of researchers in data management. This event is held annually since 2006, and it aims to create opportunities for dissemination and exchange of research results from globally produced investigations, encouraging participants to propose innovative and technological developments. The 10th edition will be held in Panama City, Panama from June 6th to 10th 2016.

  • INES at ICSNC 2015 and ICSEA 2015

    Publicado em October 27th, 2015Expenses

    INES will attend the Tenth International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications (ICSNC 2015) and the Tenth International Conference on Software Engineering and Advances 2015 (ICSEA 2015) to present the following papers: “Categorization of Technologies used for Fingerprint-Based Indoor Localization”, authors: Mario Melo and Gibeon Aquino; and “An Extensible Platform for the Treatment of Heterogeneous Data in Smart Cities”,  authors: Cícero Alves and Gibeon Aquino. The conferences will be held in Barcelona, Spain, from November 15th to 20th, 2015.

  • INES at CSMR 2011

    Publicado em January 18th, 2011News, Publications, Uncategorized

    INES researchers members from the project “Software Productivity Laboratory Network” has a paper accepted for the 14th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR 2011).

    Publication details: Rodrigo Andrade, Márcio Ribeiro, Vaidas Gasiunas, Lucas Satabin, Henrique Rebêlo and Paulo Borba. Assessing Idioms for Implementing Features with Flexible Binding Times.

    Abstract: Maintainability of a software product line depends on the possibility to modularize its variations, often expressed in terms of optionally selected features. Conventional modularization techniques bind variations either statically or dynamically, but ideally it should be possible to flexibly choose between both. In this paper, we propose improved solutions for modularizing and flexibly binding varying features in form of idioms in aspect-oriented languages AspectJ and CaesarJ. We evaluate the idioms qualitatively by discussing their advantages and deficiencies and quantitatively by means of metrics.

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