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"Third Workshop on Method Engineering for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Development"

 

 
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Third Workshop on Method Engineering for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Development

Royal Palm Salon 1
Sunday, 8:30, full day

 


 
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Magdy Serour, University of Technology, Sydney
Donald Firesmith, Software Engineering Institute
Pavel Hruby, Microsoft Business Solutions
Brian Henderson-Sellers, University of Technology, Sydney
Dan Rawsthorne, NetObjectives
Bernhard Rumpe, Braunschweig University of Technology
Cesar Gonzalez-Perez, University of Technology, Sydney
Hadar Ziv, University of California, Irvine

http://www.open.org.au/Conferences/oopsla2005/MEW.html

The main theme of the workshop this year is how to specify the interfaces of method fragments. This is an important component of method construction. It seems likely that the interface specification style will be dependent upon the kind of method fragment e.g. task fragments will need a different interface "glue" to technique or work product fragments. A secondary theme will be the further development of last year's theme of method construction from repository-held method fragments. Construction of consistent methods relies in part on good interface specifications. The overall goal of the workshop is therefore to create a forum for ideas, discussion and evaluation and, primarily, to create a collaborative atmosphere in which these crucial issues can be further explored and progressed.

 
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