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AAAI
1990
9 years 11 months ago
AI and Software Engineering: Will the Twain Ever Meet?
This session will explore the reasons for the lack of impact in four important areas in which AI has been expected to significantly affect real world Software Engineering. The pan...
Robert Balzer
DAGSTUHL
2007
10 years 1 days ago
End-User Software Engineering Position Paper
bstract, rather than through examples. I’d like to see the ability to demonstrate examples in concrete situations, have the system record them, and generalize them to yield a pro...
Henry Lieberman
COMPSAC
2002
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
Investigating Large Software System Evolution: The Linux Kernel
Large multi-platform, multi-million lines of codes software systems evolve to cope with new platform or to meet user ever changing needs. While there has been several studies focu...
Ettore Merlo, Michel Dagenais, P. Bachand, J. S. S...
JOT
2006
106views more  JOT 2006»
9 years 10 months ago
ABS++: Assertion Based Subtyping in C++
For software engineering to meet today's challenges, well designed reuse and composition mechanisms must be established in both theory and practice. Starting roughly ten year...
Herbert Toth
ECBS
2007
IEEE
97views Hardware» more  ECBS 2007»
10 years 5 months ago
A Service-Oriented Extension of the V-Modell XT
The ever growing size and complexity of both technical and business systems requires efficient software engineering approaches to keep development cost under control while still ...
Michael Meisinger, Ingolf Krüger
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