This track is an important part of the conference with the goal of allowing live presentation of new research tool prototypes. Since tools are central to research in software maintenance and reengineering, tool demonstrations have a prominent role within the conference and add to the visibility of the associated research.
Whereas a scientific paper is intended to give the background information and point out the scientific contribution of a new software engineering approach, the tool demonstration provides a good opportunity to show how the scientific approach has been transferred into a running tool prototype.
Tool Demonstrations Session 1
Wednesday, March 28, 2012, from 11:00 to 12:30, Lecture Hall
Session chair: Holger Kienle
- Andre Hora, Nicolas Anquetil, Stephane Ducasse, Muhammad Bhatti, Cesar Couto, Marco Tulio Valente, and Julio Martins. Bug Maps: A Tool for the Visual Exploration and Analysis of Bugs (download screencast)
- Javier Pérez, Romuald Deshayes, Mathieu Goeminne, and Tom Mens. SECONDA: Software Ecosystem Analysis Dashboard (screencast, pitch talk video)
- Juan Castrejón, Rafael Lozano, and Genoveva Vargas-Solar. Web2MexADL: Discovery and Maintainability Verification of Software Systems Architecture (screencast)
- Quinten David Soetens and Serge Demeyer. ChEOPSJ: Change-Based Test Optimization (screencast)
Tool Demonstrations Session 2
Wednesday, March 28, 2012, from 14:00 to 15:30, Lecure Room 2
Session chair: Mircea Lungu
- Bilal Alsallakh, Peter Bodesinsky, Silvia Miksch, and Dorna Nasseri. Visualizing Arrays in the Eclipse Java IDE (screencast)
- Bilal Alsallakh, Peter Bodesinsky, Alexander Gruber, and Silvia Miksch. Visual Tracing for the Eclipse Java Debugger (sceencast)
- Lars Hamann, László Vidács, Martin Gogolla, and Mirco Kuhlmann. Abstract Runtime Monitoring with USE (screencast)
- Pavel Dovgalyuk. Deterministic Replay of System’s Execution with Multi-target QEMU Simulator for Dynamic Analysis and Reverse Debugging (screencast)
Tool demonstrators will be expected to give a formal presentation and a live demonstration of their tool. There will also be a demonstration area open to attendees at Thursday in the afternoon. Demonstrators are expected to be available to give their demonstrations during this time. A table and a poster stand will be available. You can prepare and bring a poster to the conference highlighting your results. The size of poster stands is: height 105cm, width 134cm.
Demonstrators are expected to provide their own equipment. The conference organisation will provide an Internet connection. For supplemental wishes please contact the demo chairs.
- Holger Kienle - Mälardalen University, Sweden
- Mircea Lungu - University of Bern, Switzerland
- Nicolas Anquetil - École des Mines de Nantes, France
- Amir Aryani - RMIT University, Australia
- Maria Teresa Baldassarre - University of Bari, Italy
- Árpád Beszédes - University of Szeged, Hungary
- Marco D'Ambros - University of Lugano, Switzerland
- Benjamin Hummel - Technische Universität München, Germany
- Andy Kellens - Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
- Jens Knodel - Fraunhofer IESE, Germany
- Petru Mihancea - Universitatea "Politehnica" di Timisoara, Romania
- Fabrizio Perin - University of Bern, Switzerland
- Filippo Ricca - University of Genova, Italy
- Romain Robbes - University of Chile, Chile