Conferencia Ingenieria de Software Avanzada

Date: 
Fri, 06/25/2010
Timing: 
25 June 2010
Location: 
Valencia
Partner: 
FastFix Project Consortium, S2 Grupo, AVANT i+e

"Introduction to FASTFIX" Miguel Juan, S2 Group

“Intention-Based Integration of Software Engineering Tools” Walid Maalej, TUMINTI,

  •  A novel, intention-based integration approach. An intention is a mental state that underpins the user’s actions during the work. Intentions “sessionize” the work and facilitate the management and switching of context. Intentions also group and describe related changes that are madeindifferent tools. We introduce a reference framework for the realization of such intention-based integration. The framework automatically links related pieces of information by observing the user’s interactions with the tools. It handles the heterogeneity of the tools and information by using Semantic Web technologies

“Autonomicand Self-adaptivesystems” Benoît Gaudin, LERO

  • This talk  provided an overview of autonomic and self-adaptive systems which possess automatic management facilities. More specifically   focused on self-adaptive software systems. First, definitions and expected properties of such software have been explained. Then related work being conducted as well as research challenges have been discussed

“Open issues in fault replication”João Garcia, INESC-ID

  • An overview of the state of the art in fault replication, covering issues such as:application replay, identification and capture of non-deterministic events, fault replication in multi-core environments, monitoring of virtualized/non-virtualized execution environments, and user data privacypreservation. A brief overview of the past work and on-going research of the Distributed Systems Group of INESC-ID LISBOA, that covers areas such a distributed fault-tolerance,software transactional memory, peer-to-peer and mobile networks, adaptive systems, security, and virtual execution environments.Introduction has been provided.

 

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FastFix-Valencia_Kickoff_Workshop_fault_replication.pdf3.96 MB
openSessionGaudin.pdf2.93 MB
Stars: 
5

FASTFIX @ FITTEST Technical Meeting

Date: 
Thu, 12/09/2010
Timing: 
9th December 2010
Location: 
Valencia
Partner: 
University of Valencia, PRODEVELOP, S2Grupo

Agenda of the meeting

14:00 – 16:00

Lunch

16:00-16:30

FastFix (presentation by S2grupo)

16:30-17:00

FITTEST (presentation by University of Valencia)

17:00-18:00

Discussion on  FastFix and FITTEST cooperation and future actions planning 

FITTEST and FastFix presentations includeda as attachment, FastFix Presentation  @ http://prezi.com/j90ccy-6lqd8/fastfix/ 

 

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111010-HQ-FastFIX_Brochure.pdf604.69 KB
FITTEST-intro.pdf819.21 KB
FITTEST-overall strategy.pdf169.45 KB
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FastFix Presentation @ the 13th CREST Open Workshop

Date: 
Thu, 05/12/2011 - Fri, 05/13/2011
Location: 
London
Partner: 
TUM
Stars: 
5

Testing and Remote Maintenance of the Future Internet Conference - FITTEST & FastFIX joint workshop

Date: 
Wed, 06/08/2011
Timing: 
09.00 - 14. 00
Location: 
Valencia - Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Centro de Formación Permanente, Building 6G (NEXUS building) of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia- Camino de vera s/n, Valencia . Aula 2.7 and 2.8.
Partner: 
FITTEST Consortium and FastFix Consoritum

 
 
Testing and Remote Maintenance of the Future Internet
FITTEST & FastFIX joint workshop
 
8th of June 2011, Valencia
Please check agenda @ http://goo.gl/Ii7uv

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Agenda8June-FITTEST-FastFix2011_v.0.8.pdf280.07 KB
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"Putting Mobile Services into Context" Workshop

Date: 
Tue, 06/14/2011
Timing: 
09:00 to 13:00
Location: 
Warsaw

Putting Mobile Services into Context Workshop @ Future Network & Mobile Summit 2011 15 - 17 June 2011, Warsaw, Poland
This workshop will discuss the main concepts and the role that context-awareness and context sensitive systems and services will play in new generation of mobile devices and the proliferation of wireless networks, as well as their significance for future networks and future Internet. This workshop, organised by the SOCIETIES FP7 project in cooperation with the Serenoa, PLAY, FastFix, Webinos, FITTEST, ALERT, I2Web, MIDAS & SmartImmo, GMES Security Project, SOA4ALL, Open, wearIT@work, cogknow projects, aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in academia and industry to share recent results on context-awareness, as well as to foster collaboration and coordination in future EU research efforts.

 
Title:  Context-Aware Software Engineering and Maintenance: The FastFix Approach

 
Abstract: Context consists of all events which can be observed or interpreted. In knowledge work it includes the actions of the user, the reaction of the applications, and the artifacts concerned. In this talk, we introduce the FastFix approach to context-awareness in software engineering and maintenance. We show how context enables remote software maintenance, as well as a systematic involvement of end users in software evolution. We also discuss other applications of context including personal productivity management and knowledge sharing amongst developers. The main research challenges include the modeling, sensing, sessionization, aggregation, and comparison of context, as well as the protection of the user's privacy.
 

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