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Software Methods and Tools (2000)
Wollongong, Australia
Nov. 6, 2000 to Nov. 9, 2000
ISBN: 0-7695-0903-7
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Invited Speakers

Object-Oriented Methods and Processes (Abstract)

Brian Henderson-Sellers , University of Technology, Sydney
pp. 7

Project Management: Methodologies versus Madness in the 21st Century (Abstract)

George Kelly Flanagin , Capital One Financial Services, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Susan R. Jacobs , Capital One Financial Services, Richmond, Virginia, USA
pp. 13

Business Case to Architecture in Large Real Time Systems (Abstract)

Prof. Fergus O?Brien , Software Engineering Research Centre
pp. 19
Technical Papers

Directions in Modelling Large-scale Software Architectures (Abstract)

John Hosking , Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland
John Grundy , Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland
pp. 31

Adhocism in Software Architecture-Perspectives from Design Theory (Abstract)

Paul Taylor , Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Monash University, Caulfield, Melbourne.
pp. 41

A Study of Usability of Web-Based Software Repositories (Abstract)

Robert Biddle , Victoria University of Wellington Wellington, New Zealand
Neil Clayton , Victoria University of Wellington Wellington, New Zealand
Ewan Tempero , Victoria University of Wellington Wellington, New Zealand
pp. 51
Component Technology

Security Characterisation and Integrity Assurance for (Abstract)

Jun Han , Monash University, McMahons Road Frankston, Vie 3 199, Australia
Yuliang Zheng , Monash University, McMahons Road Frankston, Vie 3 199, Australia
pp. 61

Viable Components: A Cybernetic Organization for Computing (Abstract)

Simon Kaplan , Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering The University of Queensland
Charles Herring , Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering The University of Queensland
pp. 67

Meta-Component Architecture for Software Interoperability (Abstract)

Ly Danielle Sauer , Sandia National Laboratories
Robert L. Clay , TeraScale, LLC
Rob Armstrong , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 75
Methods and Process

Extending the Software Development Process with a Toolkit of UML-centred Techniques (Abstract)

Jorg Noack , Informatikzentrum der Sparkassenorganisation (SIZ)
pp. 87

Adoption of Integrated Process and Product Support for Software Engineering in SP Jyvtiskylti (Abstract)

Pentti Marttiin , FIN-00045 NOKIA GROUP, FINLAND
Simo Rossi , FIN-401 01 Jyvtiskylii, FINLAND
pp. 97

Designerly Thinking: What Software Methodology can learn from Design Theory (Abstract)

Paul Taylor , Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Monash University, Caulfield, Melbourne.
pp. 107
Verification and Testing

Managing the Test Process (Abstract)

Graham Davis , PlanIT Test Management Solutions Pty. Ltd.
pp. 119

Towards Implementing Successful Software Inspections (Abstract)

Nathan Baddoo , *University of Hertfordshire, UK
Tracy Hall , *University of Hertfordshire, UK
David Wilson , *University of Hertfordshire, UK
pp. 127

A Software Component Verification Tool (Abstract)

Gary A Bundell , The University of Western Australia, Nedlands WA 6907, Australia
Kris Park , The University of Western Australia, Nedlands WA 6907, Australia
John Morris , The University of Western Australia, Nedlands WA 6907, Australia
Gareth Lee , The University of Western Australia, Nedlands WA 6907, Australia
pp. 137
Distributed Technology

A Method and Support Environment for Distributed Software Component Engineering (Abstract)

John Grundy , Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland
pp. 157

An Integrated Approach to Design Complex CORBA Systems (Abstract)

Carlo Savy , Universitd di Napoli Federico II
Stefano Russo , Universitd di Napoli Federico II
Domenico Cotroneo , Universitd di Napoli Federico II
pp. 167
Tools 1

Towards an ideal CASE tool (Abstract)

Daniela Mehandjiska , Institute of Information Sciences and Technology
Elizabeth A. Kemp , Institute of Information Sciences and Technology
David Finnigan , Institute of Information Sciences and Technology
pp. 189

Dynamic Distributed Software Architecture Design with PARSE-DAT (Abstract)

Anna Liu , Software Architectures and Component Technologies Group
pp. 199
Workflow

Workflow Products as a Tool Construction Technology for Process-centered SEES (Abstract)

Anthony Barnes , University of South Australia
Jonathan Gray , University of Wollongong
pp. 211

A First Report On a New Technique to Model Workflow Systems (Abstract)

LucinCia Heloisa Thorn , Federal University at Rio Grande do Sul--UFRGS
Neiva Scheidt , Santa Cruz do Sul University
Kurt Werner Molz , Santa Cruz do Sul University
pp. 223
Tools 2

Generating Software from Models (Abstract)

Dr Stephen Crawley , CRC for Enterprise Distributed Systems Technology (DSTC)
pp. 233

Structure Editors: User-Defined Type Values and Type Inference (Abstract)

Majid Naeem , Department of Computation, UMIST, A460 lQD, UK
C. J. Harrison , Department of Computation, UMIST, A460 lQD, UK
pp. 241
Workshops/Tutorials

WfMC Workflow Seminar (Abstract)

Carol Prior , Maestro BPE Pty Limited, Australia
pp. 251

Evaluating Enterprise Java Bean Technology (Abstract)

Ian Gorton , CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences
Anna Liu , CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences
pp. 255

Getting Started With Offshore Development (PDF)

George Flanagin , Capital One Financial Services, Richmond, Virginia
Susan r. Jacobs , Capital One Financial Services, Richmond, Virginia
pp. 261

An Introductin to the Rational Unified Process (PDF)

John Smith , Rational software Pty Ltd, Australia
pp. 263

OPEN-ing Up the UML (Abstract)

Brian Henderson-Sellers , University of Technology, Sydney
pp. 271

Effective Testing in the SLDC (PDF)

Granham Davis , PlanIT Test Management Solution Pty. Ltd, Australia
pp. 277
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 279
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