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Computer-Aided Software Engineering, International Workshop on (1995)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 10, 1995 to July 14, 1995
ISBN: 0-8186-7078-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. ix

Program Committee (PDF)

pp. xiii

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xiv

IWCASE Board (PDF)

pp. xv

Acknowledgements (PDF)

pp. xviii
Paper Session P1A: CASE Adoption

An Evaluation of Object-Oriented CASE Tools: The Newbridge Experience (Abstract)

Terry Church , Newbridge Networks Corporation
Philip Matthews , Newbridge Networks Corporation
pp. 0004

Supporting the Domain Lifecycle (Abstract)

Scott Henninger , University of Nebraska-Lincoln
pp. 0010

Computer-aided sub-processes (CASPs): a practical approach to the use of CASE technology to support process improvement (Abstract)

J.A. Rader , Hughes Aircraft Co., Los Angeles, CA, USA
A.W. Brown , Hughes Aircraft Co., Los Angeles, CA, USA
pp. 0020
Paper Session P1B: CASE Tool Integration Strategies

Architecture Specification Support for Component Integration (Abstract)

W. Voytek Kozaczynski , Center for Strategic Technology Research, Andersen Consulting
Edy S. Liongosari , Center for Strategic Technology Research, Andersen Consulting
Jim Q. Ning , Center for Strategic Technology Research, Andersen Consulting
Asgeir Olafsson , Center for Strategic Technology Research, Andersen Consulting
pp. 0030

ORBs In the Midst: Studying a New Species of CASE Integration Mechanism (Abstract)

Kurt C. Wallnau , Carnegie Mellon University
John Rice , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 0049
Paper Session P2A: Software Reuse

Model-Based Reuse Repositories - Concepts and Experience (Abstract)

James J. Petro , Electronic Warfare Associates, Inc.
Michael E. Fotta , Electronic Warfare Associates, Inc.
David B. Weisman , Unisys Corporation
pp. 0060

A Computational Architecture to Support Conceptual Data Model Reuse by Analogy (Abstract)

P. Chaiyasut , Monash University
G. Shanks , Monash University
P.M.C. Swatman , Monash University
pp. 0070

Automatic Identification of Reusable Components (Abstract)

Juan Carlos Esteva , Eastern Michigan University
pp. 0080
Paper Session P2B: Frameworks and Environments

Understanding Frameworks by Exploration of Exemplars (Abstract)

Dipayan Gangopadhyay , IBM T.J.Watson Research Center
Subrata Mitra , ADTI, IBM Software Solutions Division
pp. 0090

Extending Programming Environments to Support Architectural Design (Abstract)

Spiros Mancoridis , University of Toronto
Richard C. Holt , University of Toronto
pp. 0110
Paper Session P3A: Meta-CASE Environments

The Development of Phedias : A CASE Shell (Abstract)

X. Wang , University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
P. Loucopoulos , University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 0122

Modeling N-ary data relationships in CASE environments (Abstract)

A. McAllister , Fac. of Comput. Sci., New Brunswick Univ., Fredericton, NB, Canada
pp. 0132

Providing Support for Process Model Enaction in the Metaview Metasystem (Abstract)

Garry Froehlich , University of Saskatchewan
Jean-Paul Tremblay , University of Saskatchewan
Paul Sorenson , University of Alberta
pp. 0141
Paper Session P3B: Domain Modeling

MCASE: Model-based CASE (Abstract)

Giorgio Bruno , Politecnico di Torino
Rakesh Agarwal , Politecnico di Torino
pp. 0152

Domain Modeling for Software Reuse and Evolution (Abstract)

Hassan Gomaa , George Mason University
Larry Kerschberg , George Mason University
pp. 0162

A Computer-based Process Handbook for a Systems Engineering Business (Abstract)

A.J. Cole , University of Portsmouth
S.J. Wolak , University of Portsmouth
J.T. Boardman , University of Portsmouth
pp. 0172
Plenary 3 and Paper Session P4
Paper Session P5A: Software Evolution

Evolution Is Essential for Software Tool Development (Abstract)

M. Wein , National Research Council of Canada
S. A. MacKay , National Research Council of Canada
D. A. Stewart , National Research Council of Canada
C.-A. Gauthier , National Research Council of Canada
W. M. Gentleman , National Research Council of Canada
pp. 0196

A Debugging Tool for Software Evolution (Abstract)

David Abramson , School of Computing & Inf. Technology
R. Sosic , School of Computing & Inf. Technology
pp. 0206

Automated Partial Communication Deadlock Analysis After Changes to Ada Code (Abstract)

A. von Mayrhauser , Colorado State University
S.-M. Hsueh , Colorado State University
P. K. Srimani , Colorado State University
pp. 0215
Paper Session P5B: CASE Tool Practice

CASE Technologies Created In Japan (Abstract)

Toru Takeshita , Chubu University
Nobuo Mii , IBM Corporation
pp. 0226

A comparison of the results of two surveys on software development and the role of CASE in the UK (Abstract)

C. Hardy , Sch. of Comput. & Inf. Studies, Sunderland Univ., UK
S. Stobart , Sch. of Comput. & Inf. Studies, Sunderland Univ., UK
B. Thompson , Sch. of Comput. & Inf. Studies, Sunderland Univ., UK
H. Edwards , Sch. of Comput. & Inf. Studies, Sunderland Univ., UK
pp. 0234
Paper Session P5C: CASE Support for Requirements Engineering

Design of a Hyper Media Tool to support Requirements Elicitation Meetings (Abstract)

Haruhiko Kaiya , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku
Motoshi Saeki , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Koichiro Ochimizu , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku
pp. 0250

An Integrated Environment for Communication Software Design (Abstract)

Keiichiro Yamano , AIC System Laboratories
Yoshiaki Tokita , AIC System Laboratories
Kaoru Takahashi , AIC System Laboratories
pp. 0270
Paper Session P5D: CASE Support for User Interfaces

A Framework for Prototyping and Mechanically Verifying a Class of User Interfaces (Abstract)

Peter Bumbulis , University of Waterloo, Waterloo
P.S.C. Alencar , Universidade de Brasilia
D.D. Cowan , University of Waterloo, Waterloo
C.J.P. Lucena , Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro
pp. 0280

CACE + CASE = Better Reuse of Mechatronic Software (Abstract)

Veikko Seppanen , VTT Electronics
Eila Niemela , VTT Electronics
Jorma Taramaa , VTT Electronics
pp. 0289

Generating User Interfaces from Specifications Produced by a Reverse Engineering Process (Abstract)

Abdu R. Elwahidi , PurchaseMaster Science Inc.
Ettore Merlo , Ecole Polytechnique, C.P. 6079, Succ. Centre Ville
pp. 0296
Paper Session P6A: Program Understanding

Reverse engineering as a bridge to CASE (Abstract)

H.M. Sneed , SES Software Eng. Service, Ottobrum, Germany
pp. 0304

Program Understanding as Constraint Satisfaction (Abstract)

Steven Woods , University of Waterloo
Qiang Yang , University of Waterloo
pp. 0318

Model-based Design of Tools for Business Understanding and Re-engineering (Abstract)

Stan Jarzabek , National University of Singapore
Tok Wang Ling , National University of Singapore
pp. 0328
Paper Session P6B: CASE Support for Inspection

A Review of Tool Support for Software Inspection (Abstract)

F. Macdonald , University of Strathclyde
J. Miller , University of Strathclyde
A. Brooks , University of Strathclyde
M. Roper , University of Strathclyde
M. Wood , University of Strathclyde
pp. 0340

Lessons Learned by Building and Using Scrutiny(TM) a Collaborative Software Inspection System (Abstract)

John W. Gintell , JWG Software Systems, Inc.
Michael B. Houde , Software Quality Automation, Inc.
Roland F. McKenney , ONTOS, Inc.
pp. 0350

AVAT, a CASE Tool for Software Verification and Validation (Abstract)

Heping Dai , Atlantic Nuclear Services Ltd.
C. Keith Scott , Atlantic Nuclear Services Ltd.
pp. 0358
Paper Session P6C: CASE Support for Design

A CASE tool for the design of safety-critical software (Abstract)

J.S. Ostroff , Dept. of Comput. Sci., York Univ., North York, Ont., Canada
pp. 0370

Automated Support for Distributed Software Design (Abstract)

Keng Ng , Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine
Jeff Kramer , Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine
pp. 0381

Interactive Object-Oriented Schema Development (Abstract)

M. F. Van Bommel , University of Waterloo
G. E. Weddell , University of Waterloo
pp. 0391
Panel: Generating Accessible Documentation from Legacy Systems

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 0405
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