Monday, 8 September 2008
WorkshopsTutorials
W1- Dynamic Software Product Lines

W2- Aspect-Oriented Requirements and Architecture for Product Lines

W3- Service-Oriented Architectures and Software Product Lines

W4- Software Product Line Testing
9:00 - 12:30T1: Production Planning in Software Product LineOrganization
T2: Introduction to Software Product Lines
Lunch
14:00 - 17:30T3: Introduction to Software Product Line Adoption
T4: Leveraging MDE in Software Product Line Architectures
   
Tuesday, 9 September 2008
9:00 - 9:30Introduction
9:30 - 10:30Keynote: Professor David Parnas
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30
Research Papers:
Feature Models

Session chair: Patrick Heymans

Feature Relation and Dependency Management: An Aspect-Oriented Approach
Cho, Lee, Kang
Using Feature diagrams with Context Variability to model Multiple Product Lines for Software Supply Chains
Hartmann, Trew

Sample Spaces and Feature Models: There and Back Again
Czarnecki, She, Wąsowski

 

Experience Reports:
Staying the Course: Maintaining the Product Line
Session chair: Juha Savolainen

Experiences of Large Banks: Hurdles and enablers to the adoption of Software Product Line Practices in large corporate organisations
Krsek, van Zyl, Redpath, Clohesy
Model-based Design of Product Line Components in the Automotive Domain
Muthig, Forster, Pech
Providing Feedback from Application to Family Engineering - The Product Line Planning Game at the Testo AG
Carbon, Knodel, Muthig, Meier
12:30 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Research Papers:
Empircial Discovery of Product Lines

Session chair: Stuart Faulk

An Exploratory Study of Information Retrieval Techniques in Domain Analysis
Alves, Schwanninger, Barbosa, Rashid, Sawyer, Rayson, Pohl, Rummler
Visual Tool Support for Configuring and Understanding Software Product Lines
Botterweck, Thiel, Nestor, Bin Abid
On-Demand Cluster Analysis for Product Line Functional Requirements
Niu, Easterbrook

Panel 1: Product Line Scoping in Practice

Mark Dalgarno

15:30 - 16:00Coffee
16:00 - 17:30
Research Papers:
Extending Variability Management

Session chair: Frank van der Linden

Identifying and exploiting the similarities between rationale management and variability management
Thurimella, Bruegge, Creighton
Renewing the Product Line Vision
Campbell
Applying Software Product Lines to Build Autonomic Pervasive Systems
Cetina, Fons, Pelechano

Tool Demos 1

Session chair: M. Ali Babar
Jump-Starting Software Product Lines with Clone Detection
Andrew Mark Dalgarno, Software Acumen Limited
Solving Requirements Management Challenges in Product Line Development
Martin Sarabura, Paul Bowden, MKS Inc
A Tool Chain for Quality-driven Software Architecting
Antti Evesti, Eila Niemelä, Katja Henttonen and Marko Palviainen, VTT
19:30 - 22:00Reception
Venue: Dolans Pub
   
Wednesday , 10 September 2008
9:30 - 10:30Keynote: Mr. Luc Koch
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30
Research Papers:
DSL and Code Generation

Session chair: Peter Knauber

Decision-Model-Based Code Generation for SPLE
Weiss, Li, Slye, Dinh-Trong, Sun

Adding Standardized Variability to Domain Specific Languages
Haugen, Møller-Pedersen, Olsen, Svendsen, Oldevik

Automatic Domain-Specific Modeling Languages for Generating Framework-Based Applications
Santos, Koskimies, Lopes



Experience Report:
Verification and Practice

Session chair: Dirk Muthig

Enabling Verifiable Conformance for Product Lines
Lutz

A Software Product Line Definition for Validation Environments
Magro, Garbajosa, Perez

Variability Modelling Challenges from the Trenches of an Open Source Product Line Re-Engineering Project
Hubaux, Heymans, Benavides

 

 

12:30 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Research Papers:
Formal Modeling and Verification

Session chair: Oystein Haugen

Formal Modeling for Product Families Engineering
Fantechi, Gnesi
Calculating and Modeling Common Parts of Software Product Lines
Gruler, Leucker, Scheidemann
Aspect-oriented Modeling for Variability Management
Noda, Kishi

Panel 2: Agile and PLE

John D. McGregor

15:30 - 16:00Coffee
16:00 - 17:30
Research Papers:
Product-Line Quality
Session chair: Tim Trew   

Automated Diagnosis of Product-line Configuration Errors in Feature Models
White, Benavides, Schmidt, Trinidad, Ruiz-Cortés
Evaluating Flexibility in Embedded Automotive Product Lines Using Real Options
Gustavsson, Axelsson
Variability Driven Quality Evaluation in Software Product Lines
Etxeberria, Sagardui
16:00 - 18:00
Tool Demos 2
Session chair: M. Ali Babar
Modeling and Building Software Product Lines with pure::variants
Danilo Beuche, pure-systems GmbH
FLiP: Managing Software Product Line Extraction and Reaction with Aspects
Vander Alves, Fraunhofer IESE
Fernando Calheiros, Vilmar Nepomuceno, Andrea Menezes, Meantime Mobile Creations Sérgio Soares, Department of Computing and Systems - UPE
Paulo Borba, Informatics Center - UFPE
Integrating Models and Aspects into Product Line Engineering
Iris Groher, Johannes Kepler University
Markus Voelter, Independent Consultant
Christa Schwanninger, Siemens AG, CT SE 2
DSML for developing repository-based Eclipse plug-ins
Sanna Sivonen, VTT
19:00 - 22:30Social Event
Bus departure: 19:00
   
Thursday , 11 September 2008
9:30 - 10:30

Panel 3: Catalysts and Inhibitors for Momentum in the Software Product Line Industry

Charlie Krueger

10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30
Research Papers:
Service-Oriented Product Lines

Session chair: Steffen Thiel 

Service-oriented Commonality Analysis Across Existing Systems
Hartmann, Harhurin

A Product Line for Business Process Management
Fantinato, Gimenes, Toledo
An Approach for Developing Service-Oriented Product Lines
Lee, Muthig, Naab
Experience Reports:
Examples of Product Lines

Session chair: Isabel John

Experiences with Mobile Games Product Line Development at Meantime
Alves, Camara, Alves
HomeAway’s Transition to Software Product Line Practice: Engineering and Business Results in 60 Days
Krueger, Churchett, Buhrdorf
Building a Family of Compilers
Chae, Blume
12:30 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Research Papers:
Model-based Development

Session chair: Tomoji Kishi

Supporting Evolution in Model-based Product Line Engineering
Dhungana, Neumayer, Gruenbacher, Rabiser
Transformation Patterns for Multi-staged Model Driven Software Development
Braganca, Machado
Reconciling Automation and Flexibility in Product Derivation
Perrouin, Klein, Guelfi, Jézéquel

Tool Demos 3

Session chair: M. Ali Babar

EASy-Producer – A Product Line Production Environment
Holger Eichelberger, Klaus Schmid, University of Hildesheim
The BigLever Software Gears Unified SPLE Framework
Charles W. Krueger, BigLever Software
FAMA Framework
Pablo Trinidad, David Benavides, Antonio Ruiz-Cortés, Sergio Segura, Alberto Jimenez, University of Seville
15:30 - 16:00Coffee
16:00 - 17:30Hall of Fame
Session chair: David Weiss

A hall of fame serves as a way to recognize distinguished members of a community in a field of endeavor. Those elected to membership in a hall of fame represent the highest achievement in their field, serving as models of what can be achieved and how. Each Software Product Line Conference culminates with a session in which members of the audience nominate systems for induction into the Software Product Line Hall of Fame.
   
Friday, 12 September 2008
WorkshopsDoctoral SymposiumTutorials
W5- Analyses of Software Product Lines

W6- Management and Economics of Software Product Lines

W7- Visualisation in Software Product Line Engineering

9:00 - 12:30


Towards a Crosscutting Approach for Variability Management
Rodrigo Bonifacio, Paulo Borba

Towards an Efficient Reuse of Test Cases for Software Product Lines
Andreas Wübbeke

Improving the Production Capability of Product Line Organizations
Ralf Carbon

An Iterative Model for Agile Product Line Engineering
Yaser Ghanam, Frank Maurer
9:00 - 12:30T5: Evolutionary Product Line Requirements Engineering
T6: Pragmatic Methods for Commercial Software Product Line Engineering Practice
Lunch
14:00 - 17:30
T7: Transforming Legacy Systems into Software Product Lines

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