Industrial Program Comprehension Challenge 2011: Archeology and Anthropology of Embedded Control Systems
International Conference on Program Comprehension (2011)
June 22, 2011 to June 24, 2011
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ICPC.2011.50
The Industrial Program Comprehension Challenge is a two-year-old track of the International Conference on Program Comprehension that provides a venue for researchers and industrial practitioners to communicate about new research directions that can help address real world problems. This year, 2011, a scenario-based challenge was created to inspire researchers to apply the best "archaeological" techniques for understanding the complexity of industrial software, and foster appreciation for the delicate "anthropological" scenario which drives the behavior of the software engineers, management, and customers. Participants had two months to work on the challenge and submit write-ups of their solutions. Acceptable submissions were exhibited as posters, while the best solutions were presented during the Industrial Challenge conference session. This new challenge format gives researchers the opportunity to present their novel techniques, tools and ideas to the community.
J. Quante and A. Begel, "Industrial Program Comprehension Challenge 2011: Archeology and Anthropology of Embedded Control Systems," 2011 IEEE 19th International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC 2011)(ICPC), Kingston, ON, 2011, pp. 227-229.