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GPCE 2017

23-24 October the 16th International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts & Experience was held in Vancouver, Canada. The aim of GPCE is the foster further collaboration between the software engineering and programming languages research communities, thus GPCE welcomes researchers and practitioners interested in exploring cutting edge techniques of generative software. For example, techniques that use programme generation, domain-specific languages and component deployment to increase programmer productivity, improve software quality and shorten the time-to-market of software products. Lukas Linsbauer, Thorsten Berger and Paul Grünbacher from REVaMP2 participated with a paper called A Classification of Variation Control Systems. Universidad San Jorge published a paper at the event written by Raúl Lapeña, Jaime Font, Óscar Pastor and Carlos Cetina, which was titled: Analysing the Impact of Natural Language Processing over Feature Location in Models.

GPCE 2017

SPLC 2017

25-29 September the International Systems and Software Product Line Conference (SPLC 2017) was organized in Sevilla, Spain. The University of Hildesheim participated with the publication "An Empirical Study of Configuration Mismatches in Linux", the University Pierre et Marie Curie participated with the publication "A Catalog of Extractive SPL Adoption Case Studies" and the University of Gothenburg participated with the publication "Challenges and Solutions for Opening Small and Medium-Scale Industrial Software Platforms".

SPLC 2017

REVE 2017

The 26th of September the 5th International Workshop on Reverse Variability Engineering (REVE 2017) was held in conjunction with SPLC2017 in Sevilla, Spain. Klaus Schmid from the University of Hildesheim gave a keynote talk about "Understanding Linux – pictures from a journey in product line analysis and evolution". KTH & Scania participated in the event with the presentation "Modeling Product-Line Legacy Assets using Multi-Level Theory", Pure Systems participated with the presentation "Reverse engineering challenges of the feedback scenario in co-evolving product lines" and Universidad San Jorge participated with the presentation "Towards Feature Location in Models through a Learning to Rank Approach".

The Workhop was co-organized by Sorbonne Université.

REVE 2017

FMICS-AVOCS 2017

18-20 of September KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) participated in the International Workshop on Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems and Automated Verification of Critical Systems, FMICS-AVOCS 2017, celebrated in Turin, Italy. The conference was co-located with the 13th International Conference on integrated Formal Methods (iFM 2017). During the workshop, KTH presented the publication "Deductive Functional Verification of Safety-Critical Embedded C-Code: An Experience Report".

FMICS-AVoCS 2017

MULTI 2017

19 of September KTH & Scania participated in the International Workshop of Multilevel Modelling, MULTI 2017, celebrated in Austin, Texas. The Workshop is part of the ACM/IEEE 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems. During the workshop the publication "Applying Multi Level Modelling to Data Integration in Product Line Engineering" was presented by KTH & Scania.

MULTI 2017

MSR 2017

On the 20th to 21st of May the University of Antwerp participated in the 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories organized in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The University of Antwerp presented the paper "On the differences between unit and integration testing in the TravisTorrent Dataset“. The MSR conference was co-located with ICSE 2017.

MSR 2017