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13th Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC'01)
Canberra, Australia
August 27-August 28
ISBN: 0-7695-1254-2
Table of Contents
Session 1A . Testing 1
Session 1B . Usability
Michael Mahemoff, The University of Melbourne
Andrew Hussey, The University of Queensland
Lorraine Johnston, Swinburne University of Technology
pp. 0031
Andrew Hussey, The University of Queensland
Ian MacColl, The University of Queensland
David Carrington, The University of Queensland
pp. 0040
Session 2A . Testing 2
Cyrille Artho, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Armin Biere, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 0068
Session 2B . SE Knowledge
Michael Papasimeon, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO)
Clint Heinze, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO)
pp. 0089
Kevin Pulo, The University of Sydney
Michael E. Houle, The University of Sydney
pp. 0098
Lesley Pek Wee Land, University of New South Wales
Aybüke Aurum, University of New South Wales
Meliha Handzic, University of New South Wales
pp. 0108
Session 3A . Components
Session 3B . Inspection
Session 4A . Process
Louise Scott, University of New South Wales
Ross Jeffery, University of New South Wales
Lucila Carvalho, University of New South Wales
John D'Ambra, University of New South Wales
Philip Rutherford, Allette Systems (Australia) Pty Ltd
pp. 0182
Session 4B . Formal Methods
Idioms for ?-Charts (Abstract)
Grant Anderson, University of Waikato
Greg Reeve, University of Waikato
Steve Reeves, University of Waikato
pp. 0224
Session 5A . Miscellaneous
Neil J. Robinson, The University of Queensland
Colin Fidge, The University of Queensland
pp. 0244
Session 5B . Industrial Experience
John D'Ambra, The University of New South Wales
Ross Jeffery, The University of New South Wales
Dietmar Pfahl, Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
pp. 0255
Session 6A . Tools
Peter Lindsay, The University of Queensland
Anthony MacDonald, The University of Queensland
Paul Strooper, The University of Queensland
Mark Staples, Foxboro Australia
pp. 0275
Session 6B . Design
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