Due to several requests, we have extended the sub mission deadline
for FAMOOSr 2007 to May 15, 2007. Please find the revised Call for
Papers both below and attached (we apologize for multiple copies).
FAMOOSR 2007 - EXTENDED DEADLINE
Call for Contributions
Workshop on FAMIX and Moose in Reengineering
June 25, 2007 in Zurich, Switzerland
Collocated with TOOLS 2007
Objects, Models, Components, Patterns
ETH Zurich, Switzerland 24-28 June 2007
Conference site: http://tools.ethz.ch
Submission: May 15, 2007
Notification: May 29, 2007
Camera ready: June 15, 2007
Workshop: June 25, 2007
The increasing amount of data available about software systems poses
new challenges for re- and reverse engineering research, as the
proposed approaches need to scale. In this context, concerns about
meta-modeling and analysis techniques need to be augmented by
technical concerns about how to reuse and how to build upon the
efforts of previous research.
The goal of this one-day workshop is to strengthen the community of
researchers and practitioners who are working in re- and reverse
engineering, by providing a forum for building future research using
Moose and Famix as shared infrastructure. We are interested in
collecting and synchronizing the different FAMIX extensions, which
are currently in use, to facilitate better cooperation between
We solicit experience reports (4 pages of text, IEEE format) and
position papers (2 pages, IEEE format). Experience reports will be
expected to discuss meta-modeling and software analysis using, but
not limited to, FAMIX or Moose. Position papers will be expected to
describe new directions and challenges for FAMIX or Moose. Papers may
address issues along general themes, including but not limited to:
- Analysis specific FAMIX extensions for evolution data, dynamic
traces, bugzilla entries, etc...
- Meta-modeling in reengineering tools
- Visualization techniques.
- Analysis techniques: clustering, data mining, machine learning,
pattern matching, probabilistic approaches, etc...
- Mechanisms for tool composition and rapid tool prototyping.
- Reusability of research: issues related to reusing tools written by
other researchers, mechanisms for making research results and tools
available to the community.
- Persistency and manipulation of models and meta-models.
Submissions are not limited to FAMIX and Moose or active users of
either. We welcome any idea you feel is relevant.
Please send your submissions by email to girba(a)iam.unibe.ch and
Tudor Girba, University of Bern, Switzerland
Adrian Kuhn, University of Bern, Switzerland
Juan-Carlos Cruz, UBS, Switzerland
Serge Demeyer, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Orla Greevy, University of Bern, Switzerland
Michele Lanza, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Radu Marinescu, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania
Kim Mens, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Tom Mens, University of Mons-Hainaut, Belgium
Oscar Nierstrasz, University of Bern, Switzerland
Martin Pinzger, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Sander Tichelaar, Credit Suisse, Switzerland
Roel Wuyts, University Libre of Bruxelles, Belgium