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  • INES at GCA’2012

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    Publicado em May 17th, 2012Publications
    The paper “Accounting Models for Cloud Computing: A Systematic Mapping Study”, was accepted for publication at GCA’12 - The 2012 International Conference on Grid Computing and Applications (GCA). This activity is part of the project  S.Ma.R.T - Social Machines Research Team.

    Cloud services change the economics of computing by enabling users to pay only for the capacity that they actually use. In this context, cloud providers have their own accounting models including their billing mechanisms and pricing schemes to achieve this efficient pay-as-you-go model. Thus it is important to study this heterogeneity aiming to map out the existing accounting models to become possible new proposals or future standardizations. Therefore, we performed a mapping study focusing on accounting models for cloud computing,  in wich a total of 23 primary studies were considered, evidencing 5 accounting models, 23 different pricing scheme types and 4 primary studies related to SLA (Service-Level Agreement) composition. Although the significant number of studies found address grid computing it was possible to identify one accounting model which was very complete from different points of view for cloud environments.

    SILVA, F. A. P; NETO, P. A. M. S; Garcia, V. C; ASSAD R. E; TRINTA A. M. T. Accounting Models for Cloud Computing: A Systematic Mapping Study. 8th International Conference on Grid Computing and Applications (GCA), 2012.
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  • INES at SEKE (2012) part II

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    Publicado em May 6th, 2012Publications
    The paper “Implementing Web Applications as Social Machines Composition: a Case Study”, was accepted for publication at 24th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE). This activity is part of the project  S.Ma.R.T - Social Machines Research Team.


    With the evolution of the web and the concepts of web 3.0, as known as programmable web, several issues need to be studied in order to develop, deploy and use this new kind of application in a more effective way, such as communication between systems, unstructured data and non-scalable protocols, among others issues. In this regard, a seminal paper named The Emerging Web of Social Machines proposes a new way to describe and model web based information systems, that is, an arrangement of Social Machines that interact for a common purpose. Due to the fact that the Social Machines’ model is a new concept, it needs to be applied and validated in practice by developing applications based on it, mainly for detecting problems and proposing improvements. In this way, we performed a case study which implements a web application that is a composition of several public and well-known services from different application domains, such as Wikipedia, Flickr, Twitter, Google Places and Google Maps, following the Social Machines’ model. In the end, we present the results and some suggestions for improvement.


    Brito, K. S.; Otero, L. E. A; Muniz, P. F; Buregio, V. A. A; Garcia, V. C; Meira, S. R. L. Implementing Web Applications as Social Machines Composition: a Case Study. 24th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), 2012.
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  • INES at SBMF 2011

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    Publicado em August 5th, 2011Uncategorized

    The MSc studend Diego Machado and the professor Juliano Iyoda, INES researchers members from the project Tests Generation, Selection, Prioritization and Processing Product Line — in portuguese, Linhas de Produtos de Geração, Seleção, Priorização e Processamento de Testes, has an accepted paper at the XIV Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods (SBMF 2011) in the II Brazilian Conference on Software (CBSoft 2011), that will be in São Paulo, SP, from 26 to September 30.

    Publication details
    Authors: Diego Machado Dias and Juliano Manabu Iyoda.
    Title: Behavioural Preservation in Fault Tolerant Patterns.

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  • INES at GPCE 2011

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    Publicado em August 1st, 2011Publications

    INES at GPCE 2011
    INES researchers members from the “Software Productivity Group - SPG” had two papers accepted for the Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE’11) that will happen in Portland, Oregon - USA, on October 22 - 23.

    Publication details:
    1. Lais Neves, Leopoldo Teixeira, Demóstenes Sena, Vander Alves, Uirá Kulesza and Paulo Borba: Investigating the Safe Evolution of Software Product Lines
    2. Márcio Ribeiro, Felipe Queiroz, Paulo Borba, Társis Tolêdo, Claus Brabrand and Sérgio Soares: On the Impact of Feature Dependencies when Maintaining Preprocessor-based Software Product Lines

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  • INES at ICFEM 2011

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    Publicado em July 20th, 2011Uncategorized

    The PhD studend Joabe Jesus, INES researcher member from the project Tests Generation, Selection, Prioritization and Processing Product Line — in portuguese, Linhas de Produtos de Geração, Seleção, Priorização e Processamento de Testes, has an accepted paper at 13th International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods [ICFEM] that will be in Durham, UK, from 26 to October 28.

    Publication details
    Authors: Joabe Jesus, Alexandre Mota and Augusto Sampaio.
    Title: Architectural Verification of Control Systems Using CSP

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  • INES at CBSoft 2011 Tools Session

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    Publicado em July 5th, 2011Uncategorized

    The students Márcio Ribeiro (PhD) and Társis Tolêdo (MSc), INES researchers members from the project Tool Support for Software Product Lines Development and Evolution — in portuguese, Ferramentas para Desenvolvimento e Evolução de Linhas de Produtos de Software, has an accepted paper at the Tools Session of II Brazilian Conference on Software (CBSoft 2011), that will be in São Paulo, SP, from September 26th to October 2nd, 2011.

    Publication Details:
    Authors: Márcio Ribeiro, Társis Tolêdo, Paulo Borba and Claus Brabrand.
    Title: A Tool for Improving Maintainability of Preprocessor-based Product Lines.

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  • INES at SBES 2011

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    Publicado em July 5th, 2011Uncategorized

    The PhD student Leopoldo Teixeira and the professor Paulo Borba, INES researchers members from the project Tool Support for Software Product Lines Development and Evolution — in portuguese, Ferramentas para Desenvolvimento e Evolução de Linhas de Produtos de Software, has an accepted paper at the XXV Brazilian Symposium on Sofware Engineering (SBES 2011) in the II Brazilian Conference on Software (CBSoft 2011), that will be in São Paulo, SP, from September 26th to October 2nd, 2011.

    Publication Details:
    Authors: Leopoldo Teixeira, Rohit Gheyi and Paulo Borba.
    Title: Safe Composition of Configuration Knowledge-based Software Product Lines.

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  • INES at ICECE 2011

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    Publicado em May 15th, 2011Publications

    INES researchers members from the project “Software Productivity Laboratory Network” has a paper accepted for the VII International Conference on Engineering and Computer Education (ICECE 2011) that will happen in Guimarães, PORTUGAL, September 25-28, 2011.

    Publication details: Caliane Figuerêdo, Simone Santos, Gustavo Alexandre and Paulo Borba. PBL no Ensino de Testes de Software: Uma Experiência Prática.

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  • INES at SEKE 2011

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    Publicado em May 12th, 2011Publications

    The professor Flávia Barros, INES researcher member from the project Tests Generation, Selection, Prioritization and Processing Product Line — in portuguese, Linhas de Produtos de Geração, Seleção, Priorização e Processamento de Testes, has an accepted paper at 23rd International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE) that will be in Miami, USA, from 7 to July 9.

    Publication details
    Authors: Flávia Barros, Laís Neves, Érica Hori and Dante Torres.
    Title: The ucsCNL: A Controlled Natural Language for Use Case Specifications

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  • INES at CATE 2011

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    Publicado em May 11th, 2011Publications

    INES researchers members from the project “Software Productivity Laboratory Network” has a paper accepted for the 14th IASTED International Conference on Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE).that will happen in Cambridge, United Kingdom, on July 11 - 13.

    Publication details: Caliane Figuerêdo, Simone Santos, Paulo Borba, and Gustavo Alexandre. Using PBL to Develop Software Test Engineers.

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