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EUROMICRO Conference (2002)
Dortmund, Germany
Sept. 4, 2002 to Sept. 6, 2002
ISSN: 1089-6503
ISBN: 0-7695-1787-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Session 1: Component Models

Local Components and Reuse of Legacy Code in the CORBA Component Model (Abstract)

Stefan Mitterdorfer , Graz University of Technology and Salomon Automation GmbH
Reinhold Weiss , Graz University of Technology
Egon Teiniker , Graz University of Technology and Salomon Automation GmbH
Christian Kreiner , Graz University of Technology and Salomon Automation GmbH
Zsolt Kovács , Salomon Automation GmbH
pp. 4

AspectCCM: An Aspect-Oriented Extension of the Corba Component Model (Abstract)

Pedro J. Clemente , Extremadura University
Juan M. Murillo , Extremadura University
Juan Hernández , Extremadura University
Miguel A. Pérez , Extremadura University
Fernando Sánchez , Extremadura University
pp. 10
Session 2: Component Compositions

Selecting Software Components with Multiple Interfaces (Abstract)

José M. Troya , University of Málaga
Luis Iribarne , University of Almería
Antonio Vallecillo , University of Málaga
pp. 26

Evaluation of Static Properties for Component-Based Architectures (Abstract)

A. V. Fioukov , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
D. K. Hammer , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
E. M. Eskenazi , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
M. R. V. Chaudron , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
pp. 33

An Approach to Composition of EJB Components Using C2 Style (Abstract)

Oh-Cheon Kwon , ETRI Computer & Software Laboratory
You-Hee Choi , ETRI Computer & Software Laboratory
Gyu-Sang Shin , ETRI Computer & Software Laboratory
pp. 40
Session 3: COTS and Case Studies

Automated Software Robustness Testing — Static and Adaptive Test Case Design Methods (Abstract)

Holger D. Hofmann , ABB Corporate Research Center
Marcel Dix , ABB Corporate Research Center
pp. 62
Keynote
Session 5: Component-Based RT and Embedded Systems
Session 6: Components and Formal Methods

The Evolutionary Approach to Semantics-Driven CBD Automation (Abstract)

Min Tan , Hefei United University
Yuqing Gu , Chinese Academy of Science
Yu Jia , Chinese Academy of Science
pp. 98
Keynote 1
Session 1: Image Processing

Memory Conscious 3D Wavelet Transform (Abstract)

José Duato , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
José González , Universidad de Murcia
José M. García , Universidad de Murcia
Gregorio Bernabé , Universidad de Murcia
pp. 108

Line to Form to Line — Transformations between 2D and 3D in Design and Documentation (Abstract)

R. M. Newman , Coventry School of Art and Design
N. Bussard , Coventry University
C. S. Porter , Coventry University
M. Tovey , Coventry University
pp. 122
Session 2: Multimedia Server Issues

Performance Tradeoffs for Static Allocation of Zero-Copy Buffers (Abstract)

Pål Halvorsen , University of Oslo
Espen Jorde , University of Oslo
Vera Goebel , University of Oslo
Thomas Plagemann , University of Oslo
Karl-André Skevik , University of Oslo
pp. 138

Owl: A New Multimedia Data Splitting Scheme for Cluster Video Server (Abstract)

Hai Jin , Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Xiaofei Liao , Huazhong University of Science and Technology
pp. 144
Session 3: Learning Systems

JMFMoD: A New System for Media on Demand Presentations (Abstract)

Carlos Palau , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Ana Pajares , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Juan José Cermeño , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Manuel Esteve , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Angela Belda , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Juan Carlos Guerri , Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
pp. 160
Session 4: Multimedia Hardware

Multi-Decoder Digital Television Platform (Abstract)

M. Rostami , University of Aveiro
J. Tavares , University of Aveiro
A. Navarro , University of Aveiro
pp. 170

Applications for the Highly Parallel Mobile Multimedia Modem M3-DSP (Abstract)

Gerhard P. Fettweis , Dresden University of Technology
Vladimir Nikolajevic , Sony International (Europe) GmbH
Rene Nüssgen , Systemonic AG
Michael Hosemann , Dresden University of Technology
pp. 176

A Sum of Absolute Differences Implementation in FPGA Hardware (Abstract)

Stamatis Vassiliadis , Delft University of Technology
Stephan Wong , Delft University of Technology
Sorin Cotofana , Delft University of Technology
pp. 183

Hardware Implementation of the Subdivision Loop Algorithm (Abstract)

J. D. Bruguera , University of Santiago de Compostela
M. Amor , University of A Coruña
M. Bóo , University of Santiago de Compostela
A. del Río , University of Tübingen
pp. 189
Session 5: Infrastructures for Multimedia Services

Scalable Processing and Communication Performance in a Multi-Media Related Context (Abstract)

John Markus Bjørndalen , University of Troms?
Tore Larsen , University of Troms?
Brian Vinter , University of Southern Denmark
Otto J. Anshus , University of Troms?
Lars Ailo Bongo , University of Troms?
pp. 200

Using a Multi-Layer Approach to Tackle the Service Interaction Problem in Telephony Scenarios (Abstract)

Martin Karsten , Darmstadt University of Technology
Manuel Görtz , Darmstadt University of Technology
Ralf Steinmetz , Darmstadt University of Technology
Ralf Ackermann , Darmstadt University of Technology
pp. 207

Customer Choice in a Multi-Service Residential Access Network Environment (Abstract)

Konstantinos Smparounis , University of London
Peter Hamer , University of London
Micheal Crotty , Waterford Institute of Technology
John Ronan , Waterford Institute of Technology
Eric Scharf , University of London
Wolfgang Payer , University of Stuttgart
pp. 216
Keynote 2
Session 6: Next Generation Internet Protocols

Hierarchical Broadca ting in the Future Mobile Internet (Abstract)

Cristian Hesselman , Telematica Instituut
Henk Eertink , Telematica Instituut
pp. 224

Is Dynamic Multi-Rate Multicast Worthwhile the Effort? (Abstract)

Jens Schmitt , Darmstadt University of Technology
Ivica Rimac , Darmstadt University of Technology
Ralf Steinmetz , Darmstadt University of Technology
pp. 233
Session 1: Support for Collaborative Processes

Process Awareness for Distributed Software Development in Virtual Teams (Abstract)

Schahram Dustdar , Vienna University of Technology
Harald Gall , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 244

A Groupware-Supported Inspection Process for Active Inspection Management (Abstract)

Paul Grünbacher , Johannes Kepler University Linz
Michael Halling , Johannes Kepler University Linz
Stefan Biffl , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 251

Introducing a GSS-Based Negotiation Approach at TACOM (Abstract)

Michael Saboe , U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command
Dan Turnas , U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command
Perry Kloska , U.S. Army Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command
pp. 259
Session 2: SPPI Models and Methods

Combining Models for Business Decisions and Software Development (Abstract)

Stig Larsson , ABB Automation Technology Products AB
Ivica Crnkovic , Malardalen University
Christina Wallin , Malardalen University
Fredrik Ekdahl , ABB CoIporate Research
pp. 266

Developing, Validating and Evolving an Approach to Product Line Benefit and Risk Assessment (Abstract)

Isabel John , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Klaus Schmid , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
pp. 272

Using Model Checking to Test a Firewall : A Case Study (Abstract)

Danita Hartley , University of Canterbury
Padmanabhan Krishnan , Bond University
pp. 284
Session 3: Quality Aspects in Web Computing

E-Commerce Website Quality Evaluation (Abstract)

Adriano Bessa Albuquerque , Universidade de Fortaleza
Amaldo Dias Belchior , Universidade de Fortaleza
pp. 294

FOCAL Point: A Framework for Deriving Business Models in e-Business (Abstract)

Heinz Nusser , 42virtual Business Services
Harald Bangerl , 42virtual Business Services
Mandakini Pachauri , 42virtual Business Services
Werner Schoenfeldinger , 42virtual Business Services
pp. 301

Feasibility Analysis for Web Project Engineering Encoded as Rule-Based Expert System (Abstract)

Juan José Escribano Otero , Universidad Europea de Madrid
Pablo Gervás , Universidad Complutense de Madrid
pp. 309
Session 4: Software Process Improvement for CBSE (Joined Session with CBSE Track)

Software Process Improvement for Component-Based Software Engineering: An Introduction to the OOSPICE Project (Abstract)

Bruno Lefever , Computer Associates
Terry Rout , Griffith University
Alec Dorling , University of Boras Allegatan 1
Fritz Stallinger , Kepler University Linz
Brian Henderson-Sellers , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 318

Assessing CBD — What's the Difference? (Abstract)

Alec Dorling , University College of Bor?
John Torgersson , University College of Bor?
pp. 332
Keynote: Security and Availability in Mobile Service Development

Modeling of Service Availability (Abstract)

Jürgen Neises , Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH
Bartholomäus Kellerer , Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH
pp. 342
Session 5: Process Improvement Practice and Experience

SPiCE in Action — Experiences in Tailoring and Extension (Abstract)

Ann Cass , SYNSPACE AG
Hans Stienen , SYNSPACE AG
Alec Dorling , InterSPiCE Ltd
Christian Völcker , SYNSPACE AG
Philipp Sutter , SYNSPACE AG
pp. 352

The Personal Software Process: Experiences from Denmark (Abstract)

Pekka Abrahamsson , Technical Research Centre of Finland
Karlheinz Kautz , Copenhagen Business School
pp. 367
Session 6: Human Dimension in SPPI

What Has Culture to do with SPI? (Abstract)

Kerstin V. Siakas , Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki
pp. 376
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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