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Demonstrations

Chair: Ken Bauer, ITESM, Campus Guadalajara

OOPSLA demonstrations provide an opportunity for companies and universities to show their latest work to an experienced audience. This can be work in progress, commercial applications, proof of concepts, results of academic research, tools, systems or any topic that has interesting object-oriented aspects. Demonstrations are not focused on selling a product but to highlight, explain and present the technical aspects of it. Demonstrators may actively solicit feedback from the usually very technically savvy audience. In the past, this has made for some very interesting demonstration sessions.

3 Io, a small programming language
Steve Dekorte
Tuesday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
2 Using Dependency Models to Manage Software Architecture
Neeraj Sangal, Ev Jordan, Vineet Sinha, Daniel Jackson
Tuesday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
14 Automated Debugging in Eclipse
Andreas Zeller
Tuesday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
4 Green: A customizable UML class diagram plug-in for Eclipse
Carl Alphonce, Blake Martin
Tuesday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
5 Generics-Related Refactorings for Java in Eclipse
Adam Kiezun, Robert Fuhrer, Frank Tip, Markus Keller
Tuesday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
6 MDAbench: A Tool for Customized Benchmark Generation Using MDA
Liming Zhu, Yan Liu, Ian Gorton, Ngoc Bao Bui
Tuesday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
7 Testing Domain-Specific Languages in Eclipse
Hui Wu, Jeff Gray
Tuesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
8 XJ : Integrating XML and Java
Rajesh Bordawekar, Michael Burke, Igor Peshansky, Mukund Raghavachari
Tuesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
9 An Interactive Visualization of Refactorings Retrieved From Software Archives
Peter Weissgerber, Stephan Diehl
Tuesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
10 Eclipse Web and J2EE Development
Lawrence Mandel
Tuesday, 16:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
11 PatternStudio - A New Tool for Design Pattern Management
Somsak Phattarasukol, Daisy Sang
Tuesday, 16:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
12 GOOAL: An Educational Graphic Object Oriented Analysis Laboratory
Hector Perez-Gonzalez, Jugal Kalita, Alberto Nunez-Varela, Richard Wiener
Tuesday, 16:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
1 CanonSketch and TaskSketch: Innovative Modeling Tools for Usage-Centered Software Design
Larry Constantine, Pedro Campos
Wednesday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
15 eROSE: Guiding programmers in Eclipse
Thomas Zimmermann
Wednesday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
16 Using Globus Grid Objects to Extend a Corba-based Object-Oriented System
Scott Spetka, George Ramseyer, Richard Linderman
Wednesday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
18 SelfSync: A Dynamic Round-Trip Environment Engineering
Ellen Van Paesschen, Wolfgang De Meuter, Maja D'Hondt
Wednesday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
19 TableCode: Defining, Extending and Deploying Object-Oriented Programs Directly from Databases
Salleh Diab, Yeh Diab
Wednesday, 14:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
20 CoJava: A Unified Language for Simulation and Decision Optimization
Alexander Brodsky, Hadon Nash
Wednesday, 14:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
21 Ambient-Oriented Programming in AmbientTalk
Jessie Dedecker, Stijn Mostinckx, Tom Van Cutsem, Sebasti'an Gonzales, Wolfgang De Meuter, Theo D'Hondt
Wednesday, 14:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
22 Incremental Exploratory Visualization of Relationships in Large Codebases for Program Comprehension
Vineet Sinha, Rob Miller, David Karger
Wednesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
23 fmp and fmp2rsm: Eclipse Plugins for Modeling Features Using Model Templates
Krzysztof Czarnecki, Michal Antkiewicz
Wednesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
24 A delta-driven execution platform for semantic computing
Roly Perera, Jeff Foster
Wednesday, 15:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
2 Using Dependency Models to Manage Software Architecture
Neeraj Sangal, Ev Jordan, Vineet Sinha, Daniel Jackson
Thursday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room A)
10 Eclipse Web and J2EE Development
Lawrence Mandel
Thursday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
13 AutAT -- An Eclipse Plugin for Automatic Acceptance Testing of Web Applications
Christian Schwarz, Stein Kåre Skytteren, Trond Marius Øvstetun
Thursday, 11:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
19 TableCode: Defining, Extending and Deploying Object-Oriented Programs Directly from Databases
Salleh Diab, Yeh Diab
Thursday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room B)
22 Incremental Exploratory Visualization of Relationships in Large Codebases for Program Comprehension
Vineet Sinha, Rob Miller, David Karger
Thursday, 12:00, 45 minutes, Courtyard (room C)
 
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