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ECSAECSA-2015-KallelTTDK #architecture #automation #component #constraints #specification
Automatic Translation of Architecture Constraint Specifications into Components (SK, BT, CT, CD, AHK), pp. 322–338.
ECSAECSA-2015-RademacherPS #design #domain-specific language #framework #independence #web #web service
Design of a Domain-Specific Language Based on a Technology-Independent Web Service Framework (FR, MP, SS), pp. 357–371.
CASECASE-2015-SemeniutaF #approach #data flow #formal method #industrial #specification
Discrete event dataflow as a formal approach to specification of industrial vision systems (OS, PF), pp. 849–854.
DACDAC-2015-GuSZCH #embedded #memory management #performance
Area and performance co-optimization for domain wall memory in application-specific embedded systems (SG, EHMS, QZ, YC, JH), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-SumbulVZFP #design #in memory #synthesis
A synthesis methodology for application-specific logic-in-memory designs (HES, KV, QZ, FF, LP), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2015-EgilmezMME #smarttech
User-specific skin temperature-aware DVFS for smartphones (BE, GM, SOM, OE), pp. 1217–1220.
DATEDATE-2015-KimFPSL #framework #implementation #modelling #verification
Platform-specific timing verification framework in model-based implementation (BK, LF, LTXP, OS, IL), pp. 235–240.
DATEDATE-2015-YanCC #consistency #natural language #specification
Formal consistency checking over specifications in natural languages (RY, CHC, YC), pp. 1677–1682.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-QiaoO #benchmark #metric #named #rdf
RBench: Application-Specific RDF Benchmarking (SQ, ZMÖ), pp. 1825–1838.
VLDBVLDB-2015-JiangN #feedback #interactive #named #query #specification
SnapToQuery: Providing Interactive Feedback during Exploratory Query Specification (LJ, AN), pp. 1250–1261.
VLDBVLDB-2015-QiuBDSS #named #scalability #specification #web
DEXTER: Large-Scale Discovery and Extraction of Product Specifications on the Web (DQ, LB, XLD, YS, DS), pp. 2194–2205.
FASEFASE-2015-BrennerGS #distributed #on the fly #specification #synthesis
On-the-Fly Synthesis of Scarcely Synchronizing Distributed Controllers from Scenario-Based Specifications (CB, JG, WS), pp. 51–65.
FASEFASE-2015-ShinBOBH #prototype #specification
Resource Specification for Prototyping Human-Intensive Systems (SYS, YB, LJO, HB, PLH), pp. 332–346.
TACASTACAS-2015-AlurMT #refinement #specification #synthesis
Pattern-Based Refinement of Assume-Guarantee Specifications in Reactive Synthesis (RA, SM, UT), pp. 501–516.
TACASTACAS-2015-DemasiCRMA #fault tolerance #named #source code #specification
syntMaskFT: A Tool for Synthesizing Masking Fault-Tolerant Programs from Deontic Specifications (RD, PFC, NR, TSEM, NA), pp. 188–193.
ICSMEICSME-2015-MedicherlaKN #specification #using #verification
Program specialization and verification using file format specifications (RKM, RK, SN), pp. 191–200.
ICSMEICSME-2015-SantosAEDV #program transformation #source code
System specific, source code transformations (GS, NA, AE, SD, MTV), pp. 221–230.
SANERSANER-2015-LeL #metric #mining #rule-based #specification
Beyond support and confidence: Exploring interestingness measures for rule-based specification mining (TDBL, DL), pp. 331–340.
SANERSANER-2015-Lorenz #inheritance #quality #specification
The impact of column-orientation on the quality of class inheritance mapping specifications (ML), p. 597.
SCAMSCAM-2015-SantosEADV #game studies #program transformation #source code
Recording and replaying system specific, source code transformations (GS, AE, NA, SD, MTV), pp. 221–230.
PLDIPLDI-2015-LeQC #specification #termination
Termination and non-termination specification inference (TCL, SQ, WNC), pp. 489–498.
PLDIPLDI-2015-LongfieldNMT #self #specification
Preventing glitches and short circuits in high-level self-timed chip specifications (SLJ, BN, RM, RT), pp. 270–279.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-JagadeesanR #consistency #specification
From Sequential Specifications to Eventual Consistency (RJ, JR), pp. 247–259.
LATALATA-2015-AutiliIMST #automation #specification #synthesis
Automated Synthesis of Application-Layer Connectors from Automata-Based Specifications (MA, PI, FM, RS, MT), pp. 3–24.
LATALATA-2015-VerdierR #constraints #reachability #specification
Quotient of Acceptance Specifications Under Reachability Constraints (GV, JBR), pp. 299–311.
FMFM-2015-AhrendtCPS #runtime #specification #verification
A Specification Language for Static and Runtime Verification of Data and Control Properties (WA, JMC, GJP, GS), pp. 108–125.
FMFM-2015-DangDP #logic #parametricity #specification #synthesis
Parameter Synthesis Through Temporal Logic Specifications (TD, TD, CP), pp. 213–230.
SEFMSEFM-2015-AmighiDBH #source code #specification #verification
Specification and Verification of Atomic Operations in GPGPU Programs (AA, SD, SB, MH), pp. 69–83.
SEFMSEFM-2015-Vanspauwen0 #encryption #implementation #library #protocol #specification #verification
Verifying Protocol Implementations by Augmenting Existing Cryptographic Libraries with Specifications (GV, BJ), pp. 53–68.
HCIDUXU-IXD-2015-PoonLLLZCY #novel #smarttech
A Novel User-Specific Wearable Controller for Surgical Robots (CCYP, EYYL, KCL, BHKL, YZ, PWYC, YY), pp. 693–701.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2015-MkaouarZHJ #specification
From AADL Model to LNT Specification (HM, BZ, JH, MJ), pp. 146–161.
CAiSECAiSE-2015-MrasekMB #automation #declarative #generative #modelling #process #specification
Automatic Generation of Optimized Process Models from Declarative Specifications (RM, JAM, KB), pp. 382–397.
CAiSECAiSE-2015-VidalCARLLR #incremental #linked data #maintenance #open data #specification
Specification and Incremental Maintenance of Linked Data Mashup Views (VMPV, MAC, NA, MR, LAPPL, GRL, CR), pp. 214–229.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2015-PfaffK #automation #benchmark #classification #documentation #identification #metric #natural language
Natural Language Processing Techniques for Document Classification in IT Benchmarking — Automated Identification of Domain Specific Terms (MP, HK), pp. 360–366.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2015-BandyszakRWP #analysis #information management #specification #validation
Supporting the Validation of Structured Analysis Specifications in the Engineering of Information Systems by Test Path Exploration (TB, MR, TW, KP), pp. 252–259.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2015-ValentimCM #analysis #case study #specification
Evaluating an Inspection Technique for Use Case Specifications — Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (NMCV, TC, JCM), pp. 13–24.
ECIRECIR-2015-GossenDR #interactive #specification
The iCrawl Wizard — Supporting Interactive Focused Crawl Specification (GG, ED, TR), pp. 797–800.
ECIRECIR-2015-RuotsaloH #semantics
Exploiting Semantic Annotations for Domain-Specific Entity Search (TR, EH), pp. 358–369.
ICMLICML-2015-TangSX #learning #network
Learning Scale-Free Networks by Dynamic Node Specific Degree Prior (QT, SS, JX), pp. 2247–2255.
KDDKDD-2015-GongSRG #modelling
Instance Weighting for Patient-Specific Risk Stratification Models (JJG, TMS, JDR, JVG), pp. 369–378.
MLDMMLDM-2015-RibeiroOFVC #modelling
Patient-Specific Modeling of Medical Data (GASR, ACMdO, ALSF, SV, GFC), pp. 415–424.
SEKESEKE-2015-AdornesGLF #architecture #distributed #domain-specific language #memory management #pipes and filters
A Unified MapReduce Domain-Specific Language for Distributed and Shared Memory Architectures (DA, DG, CL, LGF), pp. 619–624.
SEKESEKE-2015-BonifacioCFPK #domain-specific language #named #rest #specification
NeoIDL: A Domain-Specific Language for Specifying REST Services (RB, TMC, RF, AP, UK), pp. 613–618.
SEKESEKE-2015-ChenZWLPW #mining #probability #specification
Mining Universal Specification Based on Probabilistic Model (DC, YZ, RW, XL, LP, WW), pp. 471–476.
SEKESEKE-2015-MagalhaesAM #approach #framework #independence #model transformation #on the #specification
On the Specification of Model Transformations through a Platform Independent Approach (APM, AMSA, RSPM), pp. 558–561.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-Bravo-MarquezFP #twitter #word
From Unlabelled Tweets to Twitter-specific Opinion Words (FBM, EF, BP), pp. 743–746.
ECMFAECMFA-J-2012-LaraGC15 #metamodelling #modelling
Model-driven engineering with domain-specific meta-modelling languages (JdL, EG, JSC), pp. 429–459.
ICMTICMT-J-2012-GuerraS15 #model transformation #testing
Specification-driven model transformation testing (EG, MS), pp. 623–644.
ECMFAECMFA-2015-BousseMCB #approach #generative #metamodelling
A Generative Approach to Define Rich Domain-Specific Trace Metamodels (EB, TM, BC, BB), pp. 45–61.
MoDELSMoDELS-2015-HolldoblerRW #model transformation
Systematically deriving domain-specific transformation languages (KH, BR, IW), pp. 136–145.
MoDELSMoDELS-2015-MannaSG #combinator #specification #testing
Synthesizing tests for combinatorial coverage of modal scenario specifications (VPLM, IS, JG), pp. 126–135.
MoDELSMoDELS-2015-PescadorGGCL #development #domain-specific language #modelling
Pattern-based development of Domain-Specific Modelling Languages (AP, AG, EG, JSC, JdL), pp. 166–175.
MoDELSMoDELS-2015-ValentimROCM #case study #empirical #specification #usability
A controlled experiment with Usability Inspection Techniques applied to Use Case Specifications: comparing the MIT 1 and the UCE techniques (NMCV, JR, ACO, TC, SM), pp. 206–215.
GPCEGPCE-2015-AdamS #domain-specific language #tool support #towards
Towards tool support for spreadsheet-based domain-specific languages (SA, UPS), pp. 95–98.
GPCEGPCE-2015-RingertRW #behaviour #code generation #tool support
Composing code generators for C&C ADLs with Application-specific behavior languages (tool demonstration) (JOR, BR, AW), pp. 113–116.
PPDPPPDP-2015-Al-HumaimeedyF #multi #specification #verification
Enhancing the specification and verification techniques of multiparty sessions in SOC (ASAH, MF), pp. 19–30.
QAPLQAPL-2015-MartinelliMS #security #specification
Semiring-based Specification Approaches for Quantitative Security (FM, IM, FS), pp. 95–109.
POPLPOPL-2015-BastaniAA #context-free grammar #reachability #specification #using
Specification Inference Using Context-Free Language Reachability (OB, SA, AA), pp. 553–566.
POPLPOPL-2015-GuKRSWWZG #abstraction #specification
Deep Specifications and Certified Abstraction Layers (RG, JK, TR, ZS, X(W, SCW, HZ, YG), pp. 595–608.
REFSQREFSQ-2015-LiHBG0M #refinement #requirements #specification
From Stakeholder Requirements to Formal Specifications Through Refinement (FLL, JH, AB, GG, LL, JM), pp. 164–180.
REFSQREFSQ-2015-LiHM #requirements #security #specification
Analyzing and Enforcing Security Mechanisms on Requirements Specifications (TL, JH, JM), pp. 115–131.
SACSAC-2015-BraunschweigTEL #web
Column-specific context extraction for web tables (KB, MT, JE, WL), pp. 1072–1077.
SACSAC-2015-JeongYAYP #algorithm #interactive #network #search-based #using
Inference of disease-specific gene interaction network using a Bayesian network learned by genetic algorithm (DJ, YY, JA, YY, SP), pp. 47–53.
SACSAC-2015-JuniorL #case study #named #reuse #specification
M-4REuse: reusing use cases specifications (MMCJ, ML), pp. 1390–1396.
SACSAC-2015-KassingOBH #community #social
Locating domain-specific contents and experts on social bookmarking communities (SK, JO, AB, GJH), pp. 747–752.
SACSAC-2015-MoralesNSA #named #requirements #specification
TRiStar: an i* extension for teleo-reactive systems requirements specifications (JMM, EN, PS, DA), pp. 283–288.
SACSAC-2015-RrushiFNHCP #protocol #specification
By-design vulnerabilities in the ANSI C12.22 protocol specification (JLR, HF, RN, CH, KC, AP), pp. 2231–2236.
SACSAC-2015-SousaS #domain-specific language #simulation #tool support
A domain specific language for spatial simulation scenarios (DSL3S): introduction and tool support (LdS, ARdS), pp. 1854–1856.
SACSAC-2015-VorobyovKS #monitoring #specification
A concise specification language for trace monitoring (KV, PK, PS), pp. 1637–1640.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-MaozR #ltl #specification #synthesis
GR(1) synthesis for LTL specification patterns (SM, JOR), pp. 96–106.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-Olajubu #domain-specific language #modelling
A textual domain specific language for requirement modelling (OO), pp. 1060–1062.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-WangPGBI #automation #case study #named #specification #testing #tool support
UMTG: a toolset to automatically generate system test cases from use case specifications (CW, FP, AG, LCB, MZZI), pp. 942–945.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-XiongH0ZZL
Inner oracles: input-specific assertions on internal states (YX, DH, LZ, TZ, MZ, TL), pp. 902–905.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-BaresiKR #ltl #performance #scalability #specification #verification
Efficient Scalable Verification of LTL Specifications (LB, MMPK, MR), pp. 711–721.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-RajanNL0 #behaviour #repository #scalability #specification
Inferring Behavioral Specifications from Large-scale Repositories by Leveraging Collective Intelligence (HR, TNN, GTL, RD), pp. 579–582.
SLESLE-2015-LatombeCCDP #concurrent #domain-specific language #execution #modelling #weaving
Weaving concurrency in executable domain-specific modeling languages (FL, XC, BC, JD, MP), pp. 125–136.
SLESLE-2015-Lopez-Fernandez #validation #visual notation
Example-based validation of domain-specific visual languages (JJLF, EG, JdL), pp. 101–112.
SLESLE-2015-MaroSATG #domain-specific language #editing #experience #industrial #on the #uml #visual notation
On integrating graphical and textual editors for a UML profile based domain specific language: an industrial experience (SM, JPS, AA, MT, LG), pp. 1–12.
SPLCSPLC-2015-CordyDGGH #product line #specification
All-at-once-synthesis of controllers from scenario-based product line specifications (MC, JMD, JG, EG, PH), pp. 26–35.
CCCC-2015-St-AmourAF #feature model #profiling
Feature-Specific Profiling (VSA, LA, MF), pp. 49–68.
CGOCGO-2015-HasabnisQS #architecture #code generation #correctness #specification
Checking correctness of code generator architecture specifications (NH, RQ, RS), pp. 167–178.
LCTESLCTES-2015-ManilovFMA
Free Rider: A Tool for Retargeting Platform-Specific Intrinsic Functions (SM, BF, AM, CA), p. 10.
SOSPSOSP-2015-RidgeSTGMS #file system #named #specification #testing
SibylFS: formal specification and oracle-based testing for POSIX and real-world file systems (TR, DS, TT, AG, AM, PS), pp. 38–53.
CAVCAV-2015-GardnerSWW #javascript #specification
A Trusted Mechanised Specification of JavaScript: One Year On (PG, GS, CW, TW), pp. 3–10.
CAVCAV-2015-GehrDV #commutative #learning #specification
Learning Commutativity Specifications (TG, DD, MTV), pp. 307–323.
CAVCAV-2015-ManskyGZ #axiom #memory management #modelling #specification
An Axiomatic Specification for Sequential Memory Models (WM, DG, SZ), pp. 413–428.
ICLPICLP-2015-Hallen #data mining #higher-order #logic #mining #specification
Higher Order Support in Logic Specification Languages for Data Mining Applications (MvdH).
ISSTAISSTA-2015-ClappAA #data flow #mining #named #specification
Modelgen: mining explicit information flow specifications from concrete executions (LC, SA, AA), pp. 129–140.
ISSTAISSTA-2015-WangPGBI #automation #case study #generative #specification #testing
Automatic generation of system test cases from use case specifications (CW, FP, AG, LCB, MZZI), pp. 385–396.
RTARTA-2015-VerguNV #domain-specific language #named #semantics #specification
DynSem: A DSL for Dynamic Semantics Specification (VAV, PN, EV), pp. 365–378.
TAPTAP-2015-SoekenSD #invariant #ocl #specification
Coverage of OCL Operation Specifications and Invariants (MS, JS, RD), pp. 191–207.
TLCATLCA-2015-Frey #specification
Realizability Toposes from Specifications (JF), pp. 196–210.
VMCAIVMCAI-2015-SalaunY #algebra #debugging #process #specification
Debugging Process Algebra Specifications (GS, LY), pp. 245–262.
CBSECBSE-2014-Slotos #specification
A specification schema for software connectors (TS), pp. 139–148.
ECSAECSA-2014-KochHD #generative #requirements #specification
Generating EAST-ADL Event Chains from Scenario-Based Requirements Specifications (TK, JH, JD), pp. 146–153.
ECSAECSA-2014-PalmaMTG #detection #specification #web #web service
Specification and Detection of SOA Antipatterns in Web Services (FP, NM, GT, YGG), pp. 58–73.
QoSAQoSA-2014-JohnsonC #architecture #evolution #performance #smt #specification
Efficient re-resolution of SMT specifications for evolving software architectures (KJ, RC), pp. 93–102.
ASEASE-2014-0004MPC #towards #traceability
Towards an intelligent domain-specific traceability solution (JG, NM, CP, JCH), pp. 755–766.
ASEASE-2014-HagiharaESY #satisfiability #set #specification
Minimal strongly unsatisfiable subsets of reactive system specifications (SH, NE, MS, NY), pp. 629–634.
ASEASE-2014-MolotnikovVR #automation #c #verification
Automated domain-specific C verification with mbeddr (ZM, MV, DR), pp. 539–550.
DACDAC-2014-MukherjeeL
Leveraging pre-silicon data to diagnose out-of-specification failures in mixed-signal circuits (PM, PL), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-Rodriguez-NavasSHNLL #approach #automation #functional #safety #specification #verification
Automated Specification and Verification of Functional Safety in Heavy-Vehicles: the VeriSpec Approach (GRN, CCS, HH, MN, OL, HL), p. 4.
DACDAC-2014-ShankarSWP #analysis #concept #design #specification
Ontology-guided Conceptual Analysis of Design Specifications (AS, BPS, FGW, CAP), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2014-NawinneSJP #performance
Hardware-based fast exploration of cache hierarchies in application specific MPSoCs (IN, JS, HJ, SP), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-SinghSWPWC #analysis #specification
Cross-correlation of specification and RTL for soft IP analysis (BPS, AS, FGW, CAP, DJW, SC), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-VenkateshSKA #named #specification
EDT: A specification notation for reactive systems (RV, US, GMK, SA), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-ZhangS #automation #design #specification
Automatic specification granularity tuning for design space exploration (JZ, GS), pp. 1–6.
HTHT-2014-ChelaruHNS #communication #network
Recognizing skill networks and their specific communication and connection practices (SC, EH, KDN, PS), pp. 13–23.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-ArnoldHFSKL #database #set
An application-specific instruction set for accelerating set-oriented database primitives (OA, SH, GF, BS, TK, WL), pp. 767–778.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-Musleh #analysis #twitter #visual notation
Spatio-temporal visual analysis for event-specific tweets (MM), pp. 1611–1612.
FASEFASE-2014-CohenM #analysis #configuration management #semantics #specification
Semantically Configurable Analysis of Scenario-Based Specifications (BC, SM), pp. 185–199.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2014-MossakowskiT #calculus #specification
A Relatively Complete Calculus for Structured Heterogeneous Specifications (TM, AT), pp. 441–456.
TACASTACAS-2014-FinkbeinerT #detection #distributed #specification
Detecting Unrealizable Specifications of Distributed Systems (BF, LT), pp. 78–92.
TACASTACAS-2014-HuangM #semantics #specification #synthesis
Symbolic Synthesis for Epistemic Specifications with Observational Semantics (XH, RvdM), pp. 455–469.
TACASTACAS-2014-PiskacWZ #named #specification #verification
GRASShopper — Complete Heap Verification with Mixed Specifications (RP, TW, DZ), pp. 124–139.
TACASTACAS-2014-Wang0LWL #automaton #specification
Are Timed Automata Bad for a Specification Language? Language Inclusion Checking for Timed Automata (TW, JS, YL, XW, SL), pp. 310–325.
WRLAWRLA-2014-SunM #fault tolerance #specification
Formal Specification of Button-Related Fault-Tolerance Micropatterns (MS, JM), pp. 263–279.
SANERCSMR-WCRE-2014-TianLL #automation #database #similarity #word
Automated construction of a software-specific word similarity database (YT, DL, JLL), pp. 44–53.
ICSMEICSME-2014-Palma #detection #specification
Specification and Detection of SOA Antipatterns (FP), p. 670.
IFMIFM-2014-BrideKP #constraints #specification #theorem proving #using #verification #workflow
Verifying Modal Workflow Specifications Using Constraint Solving (HB, OK, FP), pp. 171–186.
IFMIFM-2014-OliveiraSF #model checking #specification
Model-Checking Circus State-Rich Specifications (MVMO, ACAS, MSCF), pp. 39–54.
SEFMSEFM-2014-AlrajehC #automation #composition #detection #specification
Automated Error-Detection and Repair for Compositional Software Specifications (DA, RC), pp. 111–127.
SEFMSEFM-2014-HusterHERBKR #flexibility #invariant #specification
More Flexible Object Invariants with Less Specification Overhead (SH, PH, HE, JR, SB, TK, WR), pp. 302–316.
ICFPICFP-2014-GibbonsW #domain-specific language #functional
Folding domain-specific languages: deep and shallow embeddings (functional Pearl) (JG, NW), pp. 339–347.
IFLIFL-2014-AronssonAS #domain-specific language #embedded
Stream Processing for Embedded Domain Specific Languages (MA, EA, MS), p. 8.
ICGTICGT-2014-SelimLCDO #graph #model transformation #specification #verification
Specification and Verification of Graph-Based Model Transformation Properties (GMKS, LL, JRC, JD, BJO), pp. 113–129.
CHICHI-2014-YangW #named #specification #web
Panelrama: enabling easy specification of cross-device web applications (JY, DW), pp. 2783–2792.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-ShafiqCIFAAI #design #effectiveness #interactive #personalisation #visual notation
Skill Specific Spoken Dialogues Based Personalized ATM Design to Maximize Effective Interaction for Visually Impaired Persona (MS, JGC, MI, MF, MA, IA, AI), pp. 446–457.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2014-BergelMDG #dependence #domain-specific language #graph #visualisation
A Domain-Specific Language for Visualizing Software Dependencies as a Graph (AB, SM, SD, TG), pp. 45–49.
HILTHILT-2014-BaggeH #algebra #api #specification #why
Specification of generic APIs, or: why algebraic may be better than pre/post (AHB, MH), pp. 71–80.
HILTHILT-2014-Larson #semantics #specification
Formal semantics for the PACEMAKER system specification (BRL), pp. 47–60.
CAiSECAiSE-2014-CarvalhoAG #domain-specific language #ontology #semantics #using
Using Reference Domain Ontologies to Define the Real-World Semantics of Domain-Specific Languages (VAdC, JPAA, GG), pp. 488–502.
CAiSECAiSE-2014-ChatzikonstantinouAK #reasoning #specification
Task Specification and Reasoning in Dynamically Altered Contexts (GC, MA, KK), pp. 625–639.
EDOCEDOC-2014-SchutzS #modelling
Customization of Domain-Specific Reference Models for Data Warehouses (CGS, MS), pp. 61–70.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2014-OliveiraB #independence #process #specification #towards
ETL Patterns on YAWL — Towards to the Specification of Platform-independent Data Warehousing Populating Processes (BCdSO, OB), pp. 299–307.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2014-PfaffK #benchmark #distributed #integration #metric #ontology #semantics #towards
Semantic Integration of Semi-Structured Distributed Data in the Domain of IT Benchmarking — Towards a Domain Specific Ontology (MP, HK), pp. 320–324.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2014-PfisterHN #agile #concurrent #design #diagrams #framework #metamodelling #modelling #synthesis #towards #visual notation
A Framework for Concurrent Design of Metamodels and Diagrams — Towards an Agile Method for the Synthesis of Domain Specific Graphical Modeling Languages (FP, MH, CN), pp. 298–306.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2014-Silva #automation #framework #quality #requirements #specification #validation
Quality of Requirements Specifications — A Framework for Automatic Validation of Requirements (ARdS), pp. 96–107.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-AlkhaldiCG #development #ontology #process
Supporting Process Model Development with Enterprise-Specific Ontologies (NA, SC, FG), pp. 236–248.
CIKMCIKM-2014-AthukoralaOGVJ
Narrow or Broad?: Estimating Subjective Specificity in Exploratory Search (KA, AO, DG, JV, GJ), pp. 819–828.
ECIRECIR-2014-YatesGF
Relevance-Ranked Domain-Specific Synonym Discovery (AY, NG, OF), pp. 124–135.
ICPRICPR-2014-BhattacharyaGC #classification #estimation
Test Point Specific k Estimation for kNN Classifier (GB, KG, ASC), pp. 1478–1483.
ICPRICPR-2014-JiangMVP #recognition
Decision Level Fusion of Domain Specific Regions for Facial Action Recognition (BJ, BM, MFV, MP), pp. 1776–1781.
KDDKDD-2014-BiKWC #resource management #topic
Who are experts specializing in landscape photography?: analyzing topic-specific authority on content sharing services (BB, BK, CW, JC), pp. 1506–1515.
KRKR-2014-LomuscioM #abstraction #atl #multi #specification #verification
An Abstraction Technique for the Verification of Multi-Agent Systems Against ATL Specifications (AL, JM).
KRKR-2014-WirthS
David Poole’s Specificity Revised (CPW, FS).
SEKESEKE-2014-ChourabiA #automation #process #specification
Automated transformation of business rules specification to business process model (OC, JA), pp. 684–687.
SEKESEKE-2014-FreireKAJNAG #domain-specific language #empirical #formal method #re-engineering
An Empirical Study to Evaluate a Domain Specific Language for Formalizing Software Engineering Experiments (MAF, UK, EA, AJ, ECN, STA, MG), pp. 250–255.
SEKESEKE-2014-SilvaPBBC #development #ontology #reuse #specification
ONTO-ResAsset Development: An Ontology for Reusable Assets Specification and Management (LDS, DMBP, EFB, RTVB, MIC), pp. 459–462.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-CanCM #feedback #modelling #ranking
Incorporating query-specific feedback into learning-to-rank models (EFC, WBC, RM), pp. 1035–1038.
ECMFAECMFA-2014-CuadradoGL #model transformation #towards
Towards the Systematic Construction of Domain-Specific Transformation Languages (JSC, EG, JdL), pp. 196–212.
ECMFAECMFA-2014-Goldschmidt #domain-specific language #framework #multi #towards
Towards an Infrastructure for Domain-Specific Languages in a Multi-domain Cloud Platform (TG), pp. 242–253.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-KrikavaCF #domain-specific language #named #scala
SIGMA: Scala Internal Domain-Specific Languages for Model Manipulations (FK, PC, RBF), pp. 569–585.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-LangerMK #behaviour #difference #semantics #specification
Semantic Model Differencing Utilizing Behavioral Semantics Specifications (PL, TM, GK), pp. 116–132.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-SongZFCS0 #adaptation #constraints #modelling #policy
Modelling Adaptation Policies as Domain-Specific Constraints (HS, XZ, NF, FC, AS, GH), pp. 269–285.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-KrikavaCF #domain-specific language #named #scala
SIGMA: Scala Internal Domain-Specific Languages for Model Manipulations (FK, PC, RBF), pp. 569–585.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-LangerMK #behaviour #difference #semantics #specification
Semantic Model Differencing Utilizing Behavioral Semantics Specifications (PL, TM, GK), pp. 116–132.
MODELSMoDELS-2014-SongZFCS0 #adaptation #constraints #modelling #policy
Modelling Adaptation Policies as Domain-Specific Constraints (HS, XZ, NF, FC, AS, GH), pp. 269–285.
ECOOPECOOP-2014-OmarKNCPA #composition
Safely Composable Type-Specific Languages (CO, DK, LN, BC, AP, JA), pp. 105–130.
OnwardOnward-2014-AcherCC #domain-specific language
Metamorphic Domain-Specific Languages: A Journey into the Shapes of a Language (MA, BC, PC), pp. 243–253.
GPCEGPCE-2014-HumerWWWW #abstract syntax tree #domain-specific language #self
A domain-specific language for building self-optimizing AST interpreters (CH, CW, CW, AW, TW), pp. 123–132.
GPCEGPCE-2014-ShiodaIS #domain-specific language #embedded #library #metaprogramming #named
LibDSL: a library for developing embedded domain specific languages in d via template metaprogramming (MS, HI, SS), pp. 63–72.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2014-PreiningOF #case study #liveness #specification
Liveness Properties in CafeOBJ — A Case Study for Meta-Level Specifications (NP, KO, KF), pp. 182–198.
PPDPPPDP-2014-AsaiFTZ #partial evaluation #specification
A Type Theoretic Specification of Partial Evaluation (KA, LF, PT, YZ), pp. 57–68.
PPDPPPDP-2014-SchrijversWDD #functional #heuristic #implementation #logic programming #specification
Heuristics Entwined with Handlers Combined: From Functional Specification to Logic Programming Implementation (TS, NW, BD, BD), pp. 259–270.
PADLPADL-2014-Tarau #declarative #specification
A Declarative Specification of Giant Number Arithmetic (PT), pp. 120–135.
POPLPOPL-2014-BodinCFGMNSS #specification
A trusted mechanised JavaSript specification (MB, AC, DF, PG, SM, DN, AS, GS), pp. 87–100.
POPLPOPL-2014-BurckhardtGYZ #data type #specification #verification
Replicated data types: specification, verification, optimality (SB, AG, HY, MZ), pp. 271–284.
RERE-2014-RahimiMC #automation #quality #requirements #specification #visualisation
Automated extraction and visualization of quality concerns from requirements specifications (MR, MM, JCH), pp. 253–262.
RERE-2014-Teruel #collaboration #requirements #specification
Improving collaborative and Post-WIMP systems through requirements specification (MAT), pp. 461–466.
REFSQREFSQ-2014-KossakMGI #case study #experience #specification
Improving the Understandability of Formal Specifications: An Experience Report (FK, AM, VG, CI), pp. 184–199.
SACSAC-2014-KrikavaCF #adaptation #architecture #modelling #named #self
ACTRESS: domain-specific modeling of self-adaptive software architectures (FK, PC, RBF), pp. 391–398.
SACSAC-2014-KrikavaCF14a #domain-specific language #modelling #using
Manipulating models using internal domain-specific languages (FK, PC, RBF), pp. 1612–1614.
SACSAC-2014-MehdiIHKDS #keyword
Utilizing domain-specific keywords for discovering public SPARQL endpoints: a life-sciences use-case (MM, AI, AH, YK, SD, RS), pp. 333–335.
SACSAC-2014-Rohrig #domain-specific language #process #scheduling
A domain specific language for process scheduling (DR), pp. 1550–1551.
SACSAC-2014-Silva #approach #automation #bibliography #quality #requirements #specification #validation
Quality of requirements specifications: a preliminary overview of an automatic validation approach (ARdS), pp. 1021–1022.
FSEFSE-2014-BocovichA #feature model #interactive
Variable-specific resolutions for feature interactions (CB, JMA), pp. 553–563.
FSEFSE-2014-KrkaBM #automation #invariant #mining #specification
Automatic mining of specifications from invocation traces and method invariants (IK, YB, NM), pp. 178–189.
ICSEICSE-2014-SchillerDCE #case study #contract #specification #tool support
Case studies and tools for contract specifications (TWS, KD, FC, MDE), pp. 596–607.
LDTALDTA-J-2011-JohnstoneSB #composition #grammarware #specification
Modular grammar specification (AJ, ES, MvdB), pp. 23–43.
LDTALDTA-J-2011-SauthoffG #analysis #domain-specific language #optimisation #programming
Yield grammar analysis and product optimization in a domain-specific language for dynamic programming (GS, RG), pp. 2–22.
SLESLE-J-2012-KansoT #ocl #specification
Specification of temporal properties with OCL (BK, ST), pp. 527–551.
SLESLE-J-2012-SloaneR #attribute grammar #domain-specific language #profiling #term rewriting
Domain-specific program profiling and its application to attribute grammars and term rewriting (AMS, MR), pp. 488–510.
SLESLE-2014-BillGKS #model checking #ocl #specification
Model Checking of CTL-Extended OCL Specifications (RB, SG, PK, MS), pp. 221–240.
SLESLE-2014-ChisGN #debugging #framework
The Moldable Debugger: A Framework for Developing Domain-Specific Debuggers (AC, TG, ON), pp. 102–121.
SLESLE-2014-MeyersDLSVW #framework #generative #named
ProMoBox: A Framework for Generating Domain-Specific Property Languages (BM, RD, LL, ES, HV, MW), pp. 1–20.
SPLCSPLC-2014-DieumegardTP #approach #data flow #library #product line #semantics #specification
A software product line approach for semantic specification of block libraries in dataflow languages (AD, AT, MP), pp. 217–226.
CGOCGO-2014-HongSWO #domain-specific language #graph #scalability
Simplifying Scalable Graph Processing with a Domain-Specific Language (SH, SS, JW, KO), p. 208.
LCTESLCTES-2014-ChaudharyFT #compilation #named #specification
em-SPADE: a compiler extension for checking rules extracted from processor specifications (SC, SF, LT), pp. 105–114.
PPoPPPPoPP-2014-Olukotun #domain-specific language #parallel #programming
Beyond parallel programming with domain specific languages (KO), pp. 179–180.
CAVCAV-2014-BozianuDF #specification #synthesis
Safraless Synthesis for Epistemic Temporal Specifications (RB, CD, EF), pp. 441–456.
CAVCAV-2014-CermakLMM #logic #model checking #named #specification #verification
MCMAS-SLK: A Model Checker for the Verification of Strategy Logic Specifications (PC, AL, FM, AM), pp. 525–532.
ICLPICLP-J-2014-Jackson #domain-specific language
A Module System for Domain-Specific Languages (EKJ), pp. 771–785.
ICSTICST-2014-DacaHKN #composition #specification #testing
Compositional Specifications for ioco Testing (PD, TAH, WK, DN), pp. 373–382.
IJCARIJCAR-2014-AvniKT #game studies #reachability #specification
From Reachability to Temporal Specifications in Cost-Sharing Games (GA, OK, TT), pp. 1–15.
TAPTAP-2014-PetiotKGJ #deduction #generative #how #specification #testing #verification
How Test Generation Helps Software Specification and Deductive Verification in Frama-C (GP, NK, AG, JJ), pp. 204–211.
VMCAIVMCAI-2014-KiniV #automaton #ltl #probability #safety #specification
Probabilistic Automata for Safety LTL Specifications (DK, MV), pp. 118–136.
ASEASE-2013-AvazpourGG #automation #model transformation #specification #tool support #using #visualisation
Tool support for automatic model transformation specification using concrete visualisations (IA, JG, LG), pp. 718–721.
ASEASE-2013-Demasi #fault tolerance #logic #source code #specification
Synthesizing fault-tolerant programs from deontic logic specifications (RD), pp. 750–753.
ASEASE-2013-RegerBR #approach #mining #parametricity #specification
A pattern-based approach to parametric specification mining (GR, HB, DER), pp. 658–663.
CASECASE-2013-0011ZD #petri net #robust #specification
Exploiting robustness in Petri net-based closed-loop systems to accommodate control specification changes (JL, MZ, XD), pp. 71–76.
CASECASE-2013-IordacheWZA #design #performance #petri net #specification
Efficient design of Petri-net supervisors with disjunctive specifications (MVI, PW, FZ, PJA), pp. 936–941.
DATEDATE-2013-LiSRRRAHP #configuration management #named
CSER: HW/SW configurable soft-error resiliency for application specific instruction-set processors (TL, MS, SR, SR, RGR, JAA, JH, SP), pp. 707–712.
DATEDATE-2013-RizkBJMA #case study #design
Statically-scheduled application-specific processor design: a case-study on MMSE MIMO equalization (MR, AB, MJ, YM, YA), pp. 677–680.
DATEDATE-2013-SeiterWSD #ocl #specification #uml #verification
Determining relevant model elements for the verification of UML/OCL specifications (JS, RW, MS, RD), pp. 1189–1192.
DATEDATE-2013-TodorovMRS #approach #clustering #synthesis
A spectral clustering approach to application-specific network-on-chip synthesis (VT, DMG, HR, US), pp. 1783–1788.
ICDARICDAR-2013-ShekharJ #documentation #retrieval #word
Document Specific Sparse Coding for Word Retrieval (RS, CVJ), pp. 643–647.
ICDARICDAR-2013-SunBOK #detection #using
Specific Comic Character Detection Using Local Feature Matching (WS, JCB, JMO, KK), pp. 275–279.
VLDBVLDB-2013-Madaan #documentation #multi #query #repository
Domain Specific Multi-stage Query Language for Medical Document Repositories (AM), pp. 1410–1415.
VLDBVLDB-2014-NandiJM13 #gesture #query #specification
Gestural Query Specification (AN, LJ, MM), pp. 289–300.
CSEETCSEET-2013-CookDSSCH #ide #reasoning #specification #using #web
Specification and reasoning in SE projects using a Web IDE (CTC, SDS, YSS, MS, JCC, JEH), pp. 229–238.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-BergesH #concept #game studies #specification
Concept specification maps: displaying content structures (MB, PH), pp. 291–296.
ESOPESOP-2013-AlpuenteBFS #analysis #logic #specification
Slicing-Based Trace Analysis of Rewriting Logic Specifications with iJulienne (MA, DB, FF, JS), pp. 121–124.
ESOPESOP-2013-BouajjaniEEH #concurrent #source code #specification #verification
Verifying Concurrent Programs against Sequential Specifications (AB, ME, CE, JH), pp. 290–309.
FASEFASE-2013-LinPEHR #analysis #behaviour #requirements #sequence #specification #string
Augmenting Sequence Enumeration with String-Rewriting for Requirements Analysis and Behavioral Specification (LL, JHP, RE, RMH, CRM), pp. 179–193.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2013-BolligGM #specification #word
Weighted Specifications over Nested Words (BB, PG, BM), pp. 385–400.
TACASTACAS-2013-AbdullaHHJR #concurrent #data type #specification #verification
An Integrated Specification and Verification Technique for Highly Concurrent Data Structures (PAA, FH, LH, BJ, AR), pp. 324–338.
TACASTACAS-2013-BohyBFR #ltl #specification #synthesis
Synthesis from LTL Specifications with Mean-Payoff Objectives (AB, VB, EF, JFR), pp. 169–184.
ICSMEICSM-2013-RoehmBHP #behaviour #identification #specification #towards
Towards Identification of Software Improvements and Specification Updates by Comparing Monitored and Specified End-User Behavior (TR, BB, TMH, BP), pp. 464–467.
WCREWCRE-2013-DaiMLC #component #precise #specification
Leveraging specifications of subcomponents to mine precise specifications of composite components (ZD, XM, YL, LC), pp. 162–171.
WCREWCRE-2013-HoraADV #mining
Mining system specific rules from change patterns (AH, NA, SD, MTV), pp. 331–340.
WCREWCRE-2013-Pichler #execution #specification #symbolic computation
Specification extraction by symbolic execution (JP), pp. 462–466.
PEPMPEPM-2013-AlpuenteFV #automation #logic #specification #using
Automatic inference of specifications using matching logic (MA, MAF, AV), pp. 127–136.
PEPMPEPM-2013-OliveiraL #domain-specific language #graph #syntax
Abstract syntax graphs for domain specific languages (BCdSO, AL), pp. 87–96.
PLDIPLDI-2013-BlackshearL #composition #framework #semantics #specification
Almost-correct specifications: a modular semantic framework for assigning confidence to warnings (SB, SKL), pp. 209–218.
PLDIPLDI-2013-ElmasBNS #concurrent #debugging #domain-specific language #named
CONCURRIT: a domain specific language for reproducing concurrency bugs (TE, JB, GCN, KS), pp. 153–164.
SASSAS-2013-PelegSYY #automaton #mining #specification
Symbolic Automata for Static Specification Mining (HP, SS, EY, HY), pp. 63–83.
IFMIFM-2013-Prehofer #behaviour #diagrams #refinement #specification
Assume-Guarantee Specifications of State Transition Diagrams for Behavioral Refinement (CP), pp. 31–45.
IFMIFM-2013-VekrisLDM #specification #using #verification
Verification of EB3 Specifications Using CADP (DV, FL, CD, RM), pp. 61–76.
SEFMSEFM-2013-Choi #constraints #generative #operating system #specification #testing
Constraint Specification and Test Generation for OSEK/VDX-Based Operating Systems (YC), pp. 305–319.
SEFMSEFM-2013-Klimek #logic #modelling #requirements #specification #verification
From Extraction of Logical Specifications to Deduction-Based Formal Verification of Requirements Models (RK), pp. 61–75.
SEFMSEFM-2013-SalehKBW #detection #fault #implementation #specification #static analysis #using
Static Detection of Implementation Errors Using Formal Code Specification (IS, GK, MBB, YW), pp. 197–211.
CEFPCEFP-2013-Brady #dependent type #domain-specific language #embedded #implementation #programming language
The Idris Programming Language — Implementing Embedded Domain Specific Languages with Dependent Types (EB), pp. 115–186.
CEFPCEFP-2013-Gibbons #domain-specific language #functional #programming
Functional Programming for Domain-Specific Languages (JG), pp. 1–28.
CEFPCEFP-2013-Kuper #hardware #specification
Hardware Specification with CλaSH (JK), pp. 336–380.
IFLIFL-2013-DenuziereRG #declarative #modelling #specification #user interface
Piglets to the rescue: Declarative User Interface Specification with Pluggable View Models (LD, ER, AG), p. 105.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2013-GreenyerBM #diagrams #sequence chart #specification
The ScenarioTools Play-Out of Modal Sequence Diagram Specifications with Environment Assumptions (JG, CB, VPLM).
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-EngelMHF #automation #generative #specification #user interface
Formal Pattern Specifications to Facilitate Semi-automated User Interface Generation (JE, CM, CH, PF), pp. 300–309.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-Teixeira-FariaI #component #design #interface #prototype #specification
An Interface Prototyper Supporting Free Design Components Specification (PMTF, JRI), pp. 490–499.
HILTHILT-2013-Jackson #domain-specific language
Engineering domain-specific languages with formula 2.0 (EKJ), pp. 3–4.
HILTHILT-2013-Logozzo #contract #specification #verification
Practical specification and verification with code contracts (FL), pp. 7–8.
CAiSECAiSE-2013-AgtK #automation #modelling #network #scalability #semantics
Automated Construction of a Large Semantic Network of Related Terms for Domain-Specific Modeling (HA, RDK), pp. 610–625.
CAiSECAiSE-2013-BaryannisP #calculus #named #specification #web #web service
WSSL: A Fluent Calculus-Based Language for Web Service Specifications (GB, DP), pp. 256–271.
CAiSECAiSE-2013-DelmasP #formal method #policy #specification
Formal Methods for Exchange Policy Specification (RD, TP), pp. 288–303.
EDOCEDOC-2013-SelwayGMS #approach #formal method #natural language #specification #using
Formalising Natural Language Specifications Using a Cognitive Linguistics/Configuration Based Approach (MS, GG, WM, MS), pp. 59–68.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-FragalSGJ #approach #embedded #product line #specification
Application Engineering for Embedded Systems — Transforming SysML Specification to Simulink within a Product-Line based Approach (VHF, RFS, IMdSG, EAdOJ), pp. 94–101.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-TounsiHKKD #design pattern #modelling #specification #using
Using SoaML Models and Event-B Specifications for Modeling SOA Design Patterns (IT, ZH, MHK, AHK, KD), pp. 294–301.
CIKMCIKM-2013-BrossE #automation #bibliography #mining #sentiment
Automatic construction of domain and aspect specific sentiment lexicons for customer review mining (JB, HE), pp. 1077–1086.
ECIRECIR-2013-LimsopathamMO13a #documentation #query #representation
A Task-Specific Query and Document Representation for Medical Records Search (NL, CM, IO), pp. 747–751.
SEKESEKE-2013-BublitzSOLAP #adaptation #pervasive #petri net #specification
A Petri Net Model Specification for Delivering Adaptable Ads through Digital Signage in Pervasive Environments (FMB, LCS, EASO, SODL, HOdA, AP), pp. 405–410.
SEKESEKE-2013-DingXG #approach #petri net #specification
An Approach for Analyzing Software Specifications in Petri Nets (JD, DX, JG), pp. 411–416.
SEKESEKE-2013-PortugalO #process #specification
Introducing Software Process Specification to Task Context (S) (IdSP, TCO), pp. 22–25.
SEKESEKE-2013-PossompesDHT #feature model #generative #modelling
Model-Driven Generation of Context-Specific Feature Models (TP, CD, MH, CT), pp. 250–255.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-LukeSM #framework #recommendation
A framework for specific term recommendation systems (TL, PS, PM), pp. 1093–1094.
ICMTICMT-2013-HildebrandtLG #automation #consistency #graph grammar #implementation #specification #testing
Complete Specification Coverage in Automatically Generated Conformance Test Cases for TGG Implementations (SH, LL, HG), pp. 174–188.
ICMTICMT-2013-KrauseDG #co-evolution #evolution #graph transformation #metamodelling
Metamodel-Specific Coupled Evolution Based on Dynamically Typed Graph Transformations (CK, JD, HG), pp. 76–91.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-GreenyerK #composition #specification #synthesis
Compositional Synthesis of Controllers from Scenario-Based Assume-Guarantee Specifications (JG, EK), pp. 774–789.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-NoyritGT #analysis #domain-specific language #integration #modelling #using
Computer Assisted Integration of Domain-Specific Modeling Languages Using Text Analysis Techniques (FN, SG, FT), pp. 505–521.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-RajbhojR #approach #detection #metamodelling #version control
A Graph-Pattern Based Approach for Meta-Model Specific Conflict Detection in a General-Purpose Model Versioning System (AR, SR), pp. 422–435.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-SimkoLLNS #component #composition #cyber-physical #integration #semantics #specification
Specification of Cyber-Physical Components with Formal Semantics — Integration and Composition (GS, DL, TL, SN, JS), pp. 471–487.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-GreenyerK #composition #specification #synthesis
Compositional Synthesis of Controllers from Scenario-Based Assume-Guarantee Specifications (JG, EK), pp. 774–789.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-NoyritGT #analysis #domain-specific language #integration #modelling #using
Computer Assisted Integration of Domain-Specific Modeling Languages Using Text Analysis Techniques (FN, SG, FT), pp. 505–521.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-RajbhojR #approach #detection #metamodelling #version control
A Graph-Pattern Based Approach for Meta-Model Specific Conflict Detection in a General-Purpose Model Versioning System (AR, SR), pp. 422–435.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-SimkoLLNS #component #composition #cyber-physical #integration #semantics #specification
Specification of Cyber-Physical Components with Formal Semantics — Integration and Composition (GS, DL, TL, SN, JS), pp. 471–487.
ECOOPECOOP-2013-SujeethRBLCPWPJOO #composition #domain-specific language #reuse
Composition and Reuse with Compiled Domain-Specific Languages (AKS, TR, KJB, HL, HC, VP, MW, AP, VJ, MO, KO), pp. 52–78.
ECOOPECOOP-2013-SvendsenBP #case study #composition #concurrent #higher-order #library #named #specification
Joins: A Case Study in Modular Specification of a Concurrent Reentrant Higher-Order Library (KS, LB, MJP), pp. 327–351.
GPCEGPCE-2013-SujeethGBLROO #declarative #domain-specific language #generative #implementation #named #performance #specification
Forge: generating a high performance DSL implementation from a declarative specification (AKS, AG, KJB, HL, TR, MO, KO), pp. 145–154.
PPDPPPDP-2013-WangCGN #higher-order #reasoning #relational #specification
Reasoning about higher-order relational specifications (YW, KC, AG, GN), pp. 157–168.
QAPLQAPL-2013-HanKKG #probability #specification
Modal Specifications for Probabilistic Timed Systems (TH, CK, MZK, HG), pp. 66–80.
POPLPOPL-2013-BotincanB #learning #specification
Sigma*: symbolic learning of input-output specifications (MB, DB), pp. 443–456.
RERE-2013-0004CB #traceability
Foundations for an expert system in domain-specific traceability (JG, JCH, BB), pp. 42–51.
RERE-2013-BreauxR #analysis #formal method #multi #privacy #requirements #specification
Formal analysis of privacy requirements specifications for multi-tier applications (TDB, AR), pp. 14–20.
RERE-2013-RempelMK #empirical #traceability
An empirical study on project-specific traceability strategies (PR, PM, TK), pp. 195–204.
RERE-2013-SaitoTHKA #quality #requirements #specification
Requirements clinic: Third party inspection methodology and practice for improving the quality of software requirements specifications (SS, MT, MH, TK, MA), pp. 290–295.
RERE-2013-SavolainenHM #challenge #embedded #specification
Challenges in balancing the amount of solution information in requirement specifications for embedded products (JS, DH, MM), pp. 256–260.
REFSQREFSQ-2013-BreauxG #analysis #requirements #specification #traceability #using
Regulatory Requirements Traceability and Analysis Using Semi-formal Specifications (TDB, DGG), pp. 141–157.
REFSQREFSQ-2013-Ott #automation #bibliography #categorisation #natural language #scalability #specification
Automatic Requirement Categorization of Large Natural Language Specifications at Mercedes-Benz for Review Improvements (DO), pp. 50–64.
REFSQREFSQ-2013-TjongB #ambiguity #design #lessons learnt #prototype #requirements #specification
The Design of SREE — A Prototype Potential Ambiguity Finder for Requirements Specifications and Lessons Learned (SFT, DMB), pp. 80–95.
SACSAC-PL-J-2011-AcherCLF13 #domain-specific language #feature model #modelling #named #scalability
FAMILIAR: A domain-specific language for large scale management of feature models (MA, PC, PL, RBF), pp. 657–681.
SACSAC-2013-CarvalhoFBSMMB #generative #natural language #requirements #specification #testing
Test case generation from natural language requirements based on SCR specifications (GC, DF, FAB, AS, AM, LM, MRB), pp. 1217–1222.
SACSAC-2013-DelahayeKS #c #dynamic analysis #source code #specification
Common specification language for static and dynamic analysis of C programs (MD, NK, JS), pp. 1230–1235.
SACSAC-2013-GrueauA #modelling #towards
Towards a domain specific modeling language for agent-based models in land use science (CG, JA), pp. 83–85.
SACSAC-2013-TranLZ #architecture #metadata #security
Derivation of domain-specific architectural knowledge views from governance and security compliance metadata (HT, IL, UZ), pp. 1728–1733.
SACSAC-2013-WestermannHF #automation #empirical #performance #specification
An experiment specification language for goal-driven, automated performance evaluations (DW, JH, RF), pp. 1043–1048.
SACSAC-2013-WoutersG #development #domain-specific language #empirical #metamodelling #modelling
Notation-driven vs metamodel-driven development of domain-specific modeling languages: an empirical study (LW, MPG), pp. 1145–1146.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2013-GreenyerBCHG #incremental #product line #specification
Incrementally synthesizing controllers from scenario-based product line specifications (JG, CB, MC, PH, EG), pp. 433–443.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2013-LiangWXM #debugging #detection
Inferring project-specific bug patterns for detecting sibling bugs (GL, QW, TX, HM), pp. 565–575.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2013-ZervoudakisREF #model checking #verification
Cascading verification: an integrated method for domain-specific model checking (FZ, DSR, SGE, AF), pp. 400–410.
ICSEICSE-2013-BeschastnikhBAEK #algorithm #declarative #specification
Unifying FSM-inference algorithms through declarative specification (IB, YB, JA, MDE, AK), pp. 252–261.
ICSEICSE-2013-MaozS #specification
Counter play-out: executing unrealizable scenario-based specifications (SM, YS), pp. 242–251.
ICSEICSE-2013-PolikarpovaF0WM #question #specification #what
What good are strong specifications? (NP, CAF, YP, YW, BM), pp. 262–271.
ICSEICSE-2013-StaplesKKLAMJB #specification
Formal specifications better than function points for code sizing (MS, RK, GK, CL, JA, TCM, DRJ, LB), pp. 1257–1260.
ICSEICSE-2013-Torres #modelling #specification
Mitigating the obsolescence of specification models of service-based systems (RT), pp. 1462–1464.
SLESLE-2013-AfroozehBJSV #precedence #specification
Safe Specification of Operator Precedence Rules (AA, MvdB, AJ, ES, JJV), pp. 137–156.
SLESLE-2013-FehrenbachEO #domain-specific language #evolution
Software Evolution to Domain-Specific Languages (SF, SE, KO), pp. 96–116.
SLESLE-2013-SobernigSB #domain-specific language #energy #scheduling
Developing a Domain-Specific Language for Scheduling in the European Energy Sector (SS, MS, AB), pp. 19–35.
SLESLE-2013-VacchiCPC #development #domain-specific language #variability
Variability Support in Domain-Specific Language Development (EV, WC, SP, BC), pp. 76–95.
CGOCGO-2013-RuanLWS #framework #on the
On the platform specificity of STM instrumentation mechanisms (WR, YL, CW, MFS), p. 10.
LCTESLCTES-2013-ChenY #comparison #detection #fault #performance
Boosting efficiency of fault detection and recovery throughapplication-specific comparison and checkpointing (HC, CY), pp. 13–20.
CAVCAV-2013-AlmagorAK #automation #generative #quality #specification
Automatic Generation of Quality Specifications (SA, GA, OK), pp. 479–494.
ICLPICLP-J-2013-MaLWRL #analysis #approach #declarative #distributed #execution #specification
A declarative approach to distributed computing: Specification, execution and analysis (JM, FL, DW, AR, JL), pp. 815–830.
ICSTICST-2013-Torsel #domain-specific language #model checking #modelling #testing #using #web
A Testing Tool for Web Applications Using a Domain-Specific Modelling Language and the NuSMV Model Checker (AMT), pp. 383–390.
ICTSSICTSS-2013-DavidLMNR #specification #testing
Remote Testing of Timed Specifications (AD, KGL, MM, ONT, AR), pp. 65–81.
ICTSSICTSS-2013-ElyasovPH #algebra #mining #specification
Guided Algebraic Specification Mining for Failure Simplification (AE, ISWBP, JH), pp. 223–238.
CBSECBSE-2012-RouvoyM #agile #architecture #prototype
Rapid prototyping of domain-specific architecture languages (RR, PM), pp. 13–22.
WICSA-ECSAWICSA-ECSA-2012-EdwardsBM #analysis #automation #code generation #modelling
Automated Analysis and Code Generation for Domain-Specific Models (GE, YB, NM), pp. 161–170.
WICSA-ECSAWICSA-ECSA-2012-TauschPA #analysis #domain-specific language #named #traceability
TracQL: A Domain-Specific Language for Traceability Analysis (NT, MP, JA), pp. 320–324.
ASEASE-2012-GopinathZK #effectiveness #fault #locality #specification #using
Improving the effectiveness of spectra-based fault localization using specifications (DG, RNZ, SK), pp. 40–49.
CASECASE-2012-DhananjayanS #automation #design #realtime #requirements #specification #validation
Automating timed specification transparency for human designer validation of real-time discrete-event control requirements (AD, KTS), pp. 908–913.
DACDAC-2012-ChanSSM #hardware #specification #synthesis
Specification and synthesis of hardware checkpointing and rollback mechanisms (CC, DSN, DS, SM), pp. 1226–1232.
DACDAC-2012-Harris #design #natural language #specification
Extracting design information from natural language specifications (IGH), pp. 1256–1257.
DACDAC-2012-HuangYCL #case study #industrial
Alternate hammering test for application-specific DRAMs and an industrial case study (RFH, HYY, MCTC, SCL), pp. 1012–1017.
DATEDATE-2012-MahmoodPLM #clustering #energy #memory management #optimisation
Application-specific memory partitioning for joint energy and lifetime optimization (HM, MP, ML, EM), pp. 364–369.
DATEDATE-2012-TabkhiS #approach #power management
Application-specific power-efficient approach for reducing register file vulnerability (HT, GS), pp. 574–577.
DRRDRR-2012-Silva #algorithm #detection #evaluation #using
Using specific evaluation for comparing and combining competing algorithms: applying it to table column detection (ACeS).
VLDBVLDB-2012-AbouziedHS #query #specification
Playful Query Specification with DataPlay (AA, JMH, AS), pp. 1938–1941.
CSEETCSEET-2012-RongS #challenge #education
Delivering Software Process-Specific Project Courses in Tertiary Education Environment: Challenges and Solution (GR, DS), pp. 52–61.
CSEETCSEET-2012-Virseda #algebra #data type #implementation #specification #testing #verification
A Software Testing Tool for the Verification of Abstract Data Type Implementations from Formal Algebraic Specifications (RdVV), pp. 100–104.
WRLAWRLA-J-2010-RiescoVMC12 #debugging #declarative #logic #specification
Declarative debugging of rewriting logic specifications (AR, AV, NMO, RC), pp. 851–897.
ESOPESOP-2012-ChenCJK #behaviour #component #composition #specification
A Compositional Specification Theory for Component Behaviours (TC, CC, BJ, MZK), pp. 148–168.
FASEFASE-2012-AlrajehKRU #learning #satisfiability #specification
Learning from Vacuously Satisfiable Scenario-Based Specifications (DA, JK, AR, SU), pp. 377–393.
FASEFASE-2012-BauerDHLLNW #component #contract #design #specification
Moving from Specifications to Contracts in Component-Based Design (SSB, AD, RH, KGL, AL, UN, AW), pp. 43–58.
FASEFASE-2012-LiT #domain-specific language #erlang #refactoring
A Domain-Specific Language for Scripting Refactorings in Erlang (HL, SJT), pp. 501–515.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2012-DArgenioL #abstraction #bisimulation #congruence #probability #specification
Probabilistic Transition System Specification: Congruence and Full Abstraction of Bisimulation (PRD, MDL), pp. 452–466.
TACASTACAS-2012-CairesV #concurrent #logic #model checking #named #specification
SLMC: A Tool for Model Checking Concurrent Systems against Dynamical Spatial Logic Specifications (LC, HTV), pp. 485–491.
TACASTACAS-2012-UlbrichGGT #alloy #proving #specification
A Proof Assistant for Alloy Specifications (MU, UG, AAEG, MT), pp. 422–436.
WRLAWRLA-2012-Riesco #maude #specification #using
Using Narrowing to Test Maude Specifications (AR), pp. 201–220.
ICSMEICSM-2012-HoraADA #question
Domain specific warnings: Are they any better? (AH, NA, SD, SA), pp. 441–450.
WCREWCRE-2012-HanZFHWS #analysis #android #comprehension #debugging #topic
Understanding Android Fragmentation with Topic Analysis of Vendor-Specific Bugs (DH, CZ, XF, AH, KW, ES), pp. 83–92.
PEPMPEPM-2012-Berger #metaprogramming #specification #verification
Specification and verification of meta-programs (MB), pp. 3–4.
FMFM-2012-MinamideM #analysis #html #parsing #reachability #specification #testing
Reachability Analysis of the HTML5 Parser Specification and Its Application to Compatibility Testing (YM, SM), pp. 293–307.
FMFM-2012-YangKK #formal method #lightweight #using
Specification-Based Test Repair Using a Lightweight Formal Method (GY, SK, MK), pp. 455–470.
IFMIFM-2012-AndradeFLP #generative #java #testing
Specification-Driven Unit Test Generation for Java Generic Classes (FRdA, JPF, AL, ACRP), pp. 296–311.
SEFMSEFM-2012-MatichukM #automation #proving #specification
Extensible Specifications for Automatic Re-use of Specifications and Proofs (DM, TCM), pp. 333–341.
SFMSFM-2012-VallecilloGBWH #model transformation #specification #testing
Formal Specification and Testing of Model Transformations (AV, MG, LB, MW, LH), pp. 399–437.
ICFPICFP-2012-EndrullisHB #complexity #equivalence #infinity #on the #specification
On the complexity of equivalence of specifications of infinite objects (JE, DH, RB), pp. 153–164.
ICFPICFP-2012-Olukotun #domain-specific language #embedded #performance
High performance embedded domain specific languages (KO), pp. 139–140.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2012-ArifulinaSE #specification #test coverage #testing
Coverage Criteria for Testing DMM Specifications (SA, CS, GE).
ICGTICGT-2012-Vandin #specification #verification
Specification and Verification of Modal Properties for Structured Systems (AV), pp. 423–425.
CHICHI-2012-FlatlaG #difference #modelling #named #tool support
SSMRecolor: improving recoloring tools with situation-specific models of color differentiation (DRF, CG), pp. 2297–2306.
ICEISICEIS-J-2012-SilcherDMM12a #lifecycle
Advanced Product Lifecycle Management by Introducing Domain-Specific Service Buses (SS, MD, JM, BM), pp. 92–107.
ICEISICEIS-J-2012-VianaPP12a #domain-specific language #framework #modelling
Building Domain-Specific Modeling Languages for Frameworks (MCV, RADP, AFdP), pp. 191–206.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2012-KosorusBK #query #semantics #similarity #taxonomy #using
Semantic Similarity between Queries in QA System using a Domain-specific Taxonomy (HK, AB, JK), pp. 241–246.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2012-AokiOOM #model checking #quality #requirements #specification #using
Quality Improvement of Requirements Specification using Model Checking Technique (YA, SO, HO, SM), pp. 401–406.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2012-VianaPP #domain-specific language #framework #generative #modelling #reuse
Generating Applications — Framework Reuse Supported by Domain-Specific Modeling Languages (MCV, RDP, AFdP), pp. 5–14.
CIKMCIKM-2012-LiCLP #corpus #ontology #performance
Efficient extraction of ontologies from domain specific text corpora (TL, PC, LVSL, RP), pp. 1537–1541.
CIKMCIKM-2012-QureshiOP #n-gram #using #wiki
Short-text domain specific key terms/phrases extraction using an n-gram model with wikipedia (MAQ, CO, GP), pp. 2515–2518.
CIKMCIKM-2012-SrinivasanBC #modelling #using
Segmenting web-domains and hashtags using length specific models (SS, SB, RC), pp. 1113–1122.
CIKMCIKM-2012-XuTLCL #aspect-oriented #sentiment #towards
Towards jointly extracting aspects and aspect-specific sentiment knowledge (XX, ST, YL, XC, ZL), pp. 1895–1899.
ICPRICPR-2012-ChenS #multi
Bone suppression in chest radiographs by means of anatomically specific multiple massive-training ANNs (SC, KS), pp. 17–20.
ICPRICPR-2012-CoustatyUO #image
Extraction of light and specific features for historical image indexing and matching (MC, SU, JMO), pp. 1326–1329.
ICPRICPR-2012-YeKC #classification #multi
Combining general multi-class and specific two-class classifiers for improved customized ECG heartbeat classification (CY, BVKVK, MTC), pp. 2428–2431.
KEODKEOD-2012-NegruB #modelling #ontology #process #web
Persona Modeling Process — From Microdata-based Templates to Specific Web Ontologies (SN, SCB), pp. 34–42.
KRKR-2012-FelliGL #ltl #multi #protocol #specification
Synthesizing Agent Protocols From LTL Specifications Against Multiple Partially-Observable Environments (PF, GDG, AL).
MLDMMLDM-2012-SiLQD #web
Discovering K Web User Groups with Specific Aspect Interests (JS, QL, TQ, XD), pp. 321–335.
SEKESEKE-2012-ConradoC #domain-specific language #embedded #visual notation
Engineering Graphical Domain Specific Languages to Develop Embedded Robot Applications (DBFC, VVdC), pp. 495–498.
SEKESEKE-2012-CourbisLLPUV #agile #behaviour #development #incremental #specification
A Formal Support for Incremental Behavior Specification In Agile Development (ALC, TL, HVL, TLP, CU, SV), pp. 694–799.
SEKESEKE-2012-GrunwaldM #approach #named #owl #uml
umlTUowl — A Both Generic and Vendor-specific Approach for UML to OWL Transformation (AG, TM), pp. 730–736.
SEKESEKE-2012-LiuMLS #analysis #non-functional #specification
Risk-driven Non-functional Requirement Analysis and Specification (YL, ZM, HL, WS), pp. 55–60.
SEKESEKE-2012-NarkngamL #diagrams #domain-specific language #process #uml
Rendering UML Activity Diagrams as a Domain Specific Language — ADL (CN, YL), pp. 724–729.
SEKESEKE-2012-SubburajUS #safety #specification
Specification of Safety Critical Systems with Intelligent Software Agent Method (VHS, JEU, MRS), pp. 578–581.
SEKESEKE-2012-WilsonL #metalanguage #specification
A Tiny Specification Metalanguage (WWW, YL), pp. 486–490.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-Hanbury #information retrieval
Medical information retrieval: an instance of domain-specific search (AH), pp. 1191–1192.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-Lupu #information retrieval
Patent information retrieval: an instance of domain-specific search (ML), pp. 1189–1190.
ECMFAECMFA-2012-GoldschmidtM #domain-specific language #query
An Internal Domain-Specific Language for Constructing OPC UA Queries and Event Filters (TG, WM), pp. 62–73.
ECMFAECMFA-2012-LaraG #metamodelling #modelling
Domain-Specific Textual Meta-Modelling Languages for Model Driven Engineering (JdL, EG), pp. 259–274.
ECMFAECMFA-2012-QureshiCT #constraints #specification
A Timed Automata-Based Method to Analyze EAST-ADL Timing Constraint Specifications (TNQ, DJC, MT), pp. 303–318.
ICMTICMT-2012-BosS #forensics #optimisation
Domain-Specific Optimization in Digital Forensics (JvdB, TvdS), pp. 121–136.
ICMTICMT-2012-Guerra #generative #model transformation #testing
Specification-Driven Test Generation for Model Transformations (EG), pp. 40–55.
ICMTICMT-2012-WagelaarIRP #co-evolution #emf #semantics #virtual machine
Translational Semantics of a Co-evolution Specific Language with the EMF Transformation Virtual Machine (DW, LI, DDR, AP), pp. 192–207.
MODELSMoDELS-2012-JacksonSB #constraints #declarative #detection #fault #specification
Detecting Specification Errors in Declarative Languages with Constraints (EKJ, WS, NB), pp. 399–414.
MODELSMoDELS-2012-RabbiM #agile #development #domain-specific language #workflow
T: A Domain Specific Language for Rapid Workflow Development (FR, WM), pp. 36–52.
MODELSMoDELS-2012-JacksonSB #constraints #declarative #detection #fault #specification
Detecting Specification Errors in Declarative Languages with Constraints (EKJ, WS, NB), pp. 399–414.
MODELSMoDELS-2012-RabbiM #agile #development #domain-specific language #workflow
T: A Domain Specific Language for Rapid Workflow Development (FR, WM), pp. 36–52.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-J-2011-RessiaBNR12 #modelling
Modeling Domain-Specific Profilers (JR, AB, ON, LR), pp. 1–21.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-KangR #javascript #specification
Formal specification of a JavaScript module system (SK, SR), pp. 621–638.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-SchillerE #specification
Reducing the barriers to writing verified specifications (TWS, MDE), pp. 95–112.
GPCEGPCE-2012-BagheriS #architecture #framework #named #synthesis
Pol: specification-driven synthesis of architectural code frameworks for platform-based applications (HB, KJS), pp. 93–102.
GPCEGPCE-2012-EfftingeEKZMHH #domain-specific language #implementation #java #named
Xbase: implementing domain-specific languages for Java (SE, ME, JK, SZ, RvM, WH, MH), pp. 112–121.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2012-NishidaV #term rewriting
Computing More Specific Versions of Conditional Rewriting Systems (NN, GV), pp. 137–154.
PPDPPPDP-2012-BacciCFV #automation #first-order #source code #specification #synthesis
Automatic synthesis of specifications for first order curry programs (GB, MC, MAF, AV), pp. 25–34.
PADLPADL-2012-AntoyH #contract #functional #logic programming #specification
Contracts and Specifications for Functional Logic Programming (SA, MH), pp. 33–47.
PADLPADL-2012-BradyH #domain-specific language #embedded #programming
Resource-Safe Systems Programming with Embedded Domain Specific Languages (EB, KH), pp. 242–257.
PADLPADL-2012-Coleman #classification #distributed #policy #specification
Distributed Policy Specification and Interpretation with Classified Advertisements (NC), pp. 198–211.
PADLPADL-2012-Tarau #declarative #specification
A Declarative Specification of Tree-Based Symbolic Arithmetic Computations (PT), pp. 273–288.
RERE-2012-GreenyerSCH #consistency #performance #product line #specification
Efficient consistency checking of scenario-based product-line specifications (JG, AMS, MC, PH), pp. 161–170.
RERE-2012-GrossD #exclamation #requirements #specification #what
What you need is what you get!: The vision of view-based requirements specifications (AG, JD), pp. 171–180.
RERE-2012-Ott #fault #legacy #natural language #specification #using
Defects in natural language requirement specifications at Mercedes-Benz: An investigation using a combination of legacy data and expert opinion (DO), pp. 291–296.
SACSAC-2012-BromanFHA #comparison #domain-specific language #implementation
A comparison of two metacompilation approaches to implementing a complex domain-specific language (DB, PF, GH, ), pp. 1919–1921.
SACSAC-2012-CatanoWRRY #ml #specification
Translating B machines to JML specifications (NC, TW, CR, VR, DY), pp. 1271–1277.
SACSAC-2012-FerrariGT #approach #clustering #requirements #specification
A clustering-based approach for discovering flaws in requirements specifications (AF, SG, GT), pp. 1043–1050.
FSEFSE-2012-GabelS #specification #testing
Testing mined specifications (MG, ZS), p. 4.
ICSEICSE-2012-AtkinsonGK #domain-specific language
Symbiotic general-purpose and domain-specific languages (CA, RG, BK), pp. 1269–1272.
ICSEICSE-2012-BianculliGPS #case study #industrial #research #specification
Specification patterns from research to industry: A case study in service-based applications (DB, CG, CP, PS), pp. 968–976.
ICSEICSE-2012-CookHSS #compilation #composition #specification #using #verification
Specification engineering and modular verification using a web-integrated verifying compiler (CTC, HKH, HS, MS), pp. 1379–1382.
ICSEICSE-2012-DevosPDBMA #case study #industrial #performance #reuse #smarttech
Efficient reuse of domain-specific test knowledge: An industrial case in the smart card domain (ND, CP, JCD, RB, BM, GA), pp. 1123–1132.
ICSEICSE-2012-GhezziM #behaviour #specification #synthesis #validation
Behavioral validation of JFSL specifications through model synthesis (CG, AM), pp. 936–946.
ICSEICSE-2012-HaiducBOML #query #re-engineering #retrieval
Evaluating the specificity of text retrieval queries to support software engineering tasks (SH, GB, RO, AM, ADL), pp. 1273–1276.
ICSEICSE-2012-IwamaNT #industrial #natural language #parsing #specification
Constructing parser for industrial software specifications containing formal and natural language description (FI, TN, HT), pp. 1012–1021.
ICSEICSE-2012-Kalumbilo #effectiveness #re-engineering #specification
Effective specification of decision rights and accountabilities for better performing software engineering projects (MK), pp. 1503–1506.
ICSEICSE-2012-KumarKRL #distributed #specification
Inferring class level specifications for distributed systems (SK, SCK, AR, DL), pp. 914–924.
ICSEICSE-2012-PanditaXZXOP #api #natural language #specification
Inferring method specifications from natural language API descriptions (RP, XX, HZ, TX, SO, AMP), pp. 815–825.
ICSEICSE-2012-PradelG #automation #debugging #detection #generative #mining #specification #testing
Leveraging test generation and specification mining for automated bug detection without false positives (MP, TRG), pp. 288–298.
ICSEICSE-2012-PradelJAG #api #consistency #multi #protocol #specification
Statically checking API protocol conformance with mined multi-object specifications (MP, CJ, JA, TRG), pp. 925–935.
ICSEICSE-2012-Stolee #lightweight #semantics #source code #specification
Finding suitable programs: Semantic search with incomplete and lightweight specifications (KTS), pp. 1571–1574.
ICSEICSE-2012-SunSPR #mining #static analysis
Extending static analysis by mining project-specific rules (BS, GS, AP, BR), pp. 1054–1063.
ICSEICSE-2012-Westermann #developer #feedback #performance
A generic methodology to derive domain-specific performance feedback for developers (DW), pp. 1527–1530.
LDTALDTA-2012-VollebregtKV #declarative #editing #specification
Declarative specification of template-based textual editors (TV, LCLK, EV), p. 8.
SLESLE-2012-DuranZT #domain-specific language #non-functional #on the #reuse #specification
On the Reusable Specification of Non-functional Properties in DSLs (FD, SZ, JT), pp. 332–351.
SPLCSPLC-2012-HofmanSPKB #feature model #modelling #product line
Domain specific feature modeling for software product lines (PH, TS, TP, MK, AB), pp. 229–238.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-BurnimENS #correctness #named #nondeterminism #parallel #specification
NDetermin: inferring nondeterministic sequential specifications for parallelism correctness (JB, TE, GCN, KS), pp. 329–330.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-KamilCBCGHMF #domain-specific language #effectiveness #embedded #parallel #performance
Portable parallel performance from sequential, productive, embedded domain-specific languages (SK, DC, SB, HC, EG, JH, JM, AF), pp. 303–304.
ICLPICLP-2012-BacciCFV #automation #functional #logic #specification #synthesis
The additional difficulties for the automatic synthesis of specifications posed by logic features in functional-logic languages (GB, MC, MAF, AV), pp. 144–153.
ICSTICST-2012-BlancoTS #approach #evaluation #interactive #test coverage #testing
Test Adequacy Evaluation for the User-database Interaction: A Specification-Based Approach (RB, JT, RVS), pp. 71–80.
ICSTICST-2012-ZaraketMAHHFKN #named #testing #user interface
GUICOP: Specification-Based GUI Testing (FAZ, WM, MA, DH, RH, RF, EK, JN), pp. 747–751.
LICSLICS-2012-GrabmayerEHKM #automation #sequence
Automatic Sequences and Zip-Specifications (CG, JE, DH, JWK, LSM), pp. 335–344.
TAPTAP-2012-CreignouES #framework #random #satisfiability #specification
A Framework for the Specification of Random SAT and QSAT Formulas (NC, UE, MS), pp. 163–168.
TAPTAP-2012-KiniryZH #consistency #library #specification #testing #verification
Testing Library Specifications by Verifying Conformance Tests (JRK, DMZ, RH), pp. 51–66.
VMCAIVMCAI-2012-KleinPP #effectiveness #specification #synthesis
Effective Synthesis of Asynchronous Systems from GR(1) Specifications (UK, NP, AP), pp. 283–298.
CBSECBSE-2011-TibermacineSDF #architecture #component #constraints #specification
Component-based specification of software architecture constraints (CT, SS, CD, LF), pp. 31–40.
ECSAECSA-2011-JohnsenPL #architecture #specification #verification
An Architecture-Based Verification Technique for AADL Specifications (AJ, PP, KL), pp. 105–113.
ASEASE-2011-BokorKSS #partial order #reduction
Supporting domain-specific state space reductions through local partial-order reduction (PB, JK, MS, NS), pp. 113–122.
ASEASE-2011-GanovKP #alloy #analysis #incremental #performance
A case for alloy annotations for efficient incremental analysis via domain specific solvers (SRG, SK, DEP), pp. 464–467.
ASEASE-2011-KhalekYZMK #alloy #java #named #source code #specification #testing #using
TestEra: A tool for testing Java programs using alloy specifications (SAK, GY, LZ, DM, SK), pp. 608–611.
ASEASE-2011-LiXBLM #formal method #hardware #interface #specification
Formalizing hardware/software interface specifications (JL, FX, TB, VL, CM), pp. 143–152.
ASEASE-2011-WuLWXM #mining #specification
Iterative mining of resource-releasing specifications (QW, GL, QW, TX, HM), pp. 233–242.
CASECASE-2011-ProvostRF #semantics #specification
A formal semantics for Grafcet specifications (JP, JMR, JMF), pp. 488–494.
DACDAC-2011-ChangC #3d #array #image #metric #performance #quality #specification
Image quality aware metrics for performance specification of ADC array in 3D CMOS imagers (HMC, KT(C), pp. 759–764.
DATEDATE-2011-CassidyYZA #design
A high-level analytical model for application specific CMP design exploration (AC, KY, HZ, AGA), pp. 1095–1100.
DATEDATE-2011-DammHJPS #architecture #component #contract #design #integration #specification #testing #using
Using contract-based component specifications for virtual integration testing and architecture design (WD, HH, BJ, TP, IS), pp. 1023–1028.
DATEDATE-2011-HendryCCB #design #named #network #specification
VANDAL: A tool for the design specification of nanophotonic networks (GH, JC, LPC, KB), pp. 782–787.
DATEDATE-2011-SieglHGB #embedded #modelling #specification #testing
Formal specification and systematic model-driven testing of embedded automotive systems (SS, KSJH, RG, CB), pp. 118–123.
DATEDATE-2011-TinoK #architecture #generative #multi
Multi-objective Tabu Search based topology generation technique for application-specific Network-on-Chip architectures (AT, GNK), pp. 485–490.
DATEDATE-2011-ZaidiGH #simulation #specification
Simulation based tuning of system specification (YZ, CG, JH), pp. 1273–1278.
DocEngDocEng-2011-SadallahAP #component #specification
Component-based hypervideo model: high-level operational specification of hypervideos (MS, OA, YP), pp. 53–56.
VLDBVLDB-2011-Tay #benchmark #generative #metric
Data Generation for Application-Specific Benchmarking (YCT), pp. 1470–1473.
CSEETCSEET-2011-MonteithM #student
Integrating instructional and study materials to tailor a student-specific resource (JYM, JDM), pp. 294–303.
TACASTACAS-2011-GopinathMK #program repair #satisfiability #using
Specification-Based Program Repair Using SAT (DG, MZM, SK), pp. 173–188.
SCAMSCAM-J-2009-LammelZ11 #grammar recovery #java #specification
Recovering grammar relationships for the Java Language Specification (RL, VZ), pp. 333–378.
CSMRCSMR-2011-HayaseKMI #source code
Building Domain Specific Dictionaries of Verb-Object Relation from Source Code (YH, YK, YM, KI), pp. 93–100.
PLDIPLDI-2011-BeckmanN #composition #probability #scalability #specification #type system
Probabilistic, modular and scalable inference of typestate specifications (NEB, AVN), pp. 211–221.
PLDIPLDI-2011-BurnimENS #correctness #named #nondeterminism #parallel #runtime #specification
NDSeq: runtime checking for nondeterministic sequential specifications of parallel correctness (JB, TE, GCN, KS), pp. 401–414.
IFMIFM-J-2009-ColvinH11 #behaviour #csp #semantics #specification #using
A semantics for Behavior Trees using CSP with specification commands (RC, IJH), pp. 891–914.
IFMIFM-J-2009-WongG11a #modelling #specification #workflow
Property specifications for workflow modelling (PYHW, JG), pp. 942–967.
FMFM-2011-AmalioGK #automation #generative #modelling #specification
Building VCL Models and Automatically Generating Z Specifications from Them (NA, CG, PK), pp. 149–153.
FMFM-2011-GherghinaDQC #source code #specification #verification
Structured Specifications for Better Verification of Heap-Manipulating Programs (CG, CD, SQ, WNC), pp. 386–401.
FMFM-2011-QinLCH #automation #specification #verification
Automatically Refining Partial Specifications for Program Verification (SQ, CL, WNC, GH), pp. 369–385.
SEFMSEFM-2011-BubelHG #formal method #java #specification #string #verification
A Formalisation of Java Strings for Program Specification and Verification (RB, RH, UG), pp. 90–105.
SEFMSEFM-2011-GarisCR #alloy #diagrams #ocl #specification #uml
Translating Alloy Specifications to UML Class Diagrams Annotated with OCL (AGG, AC, DR), pp. 221–236.
SEFMSEFM-2011-MadeiraFMB #approach #hybrid #specification
Hybrid Specification of Reactive Systems: An Institutional Approach (AM, JMF, MAM, LSB), pp. 269–285.
SEFMSEFM-2011-OnoHTNH #coq #pipes and filters #specification #using
Using Coq in Specification and Program Extraction of Hadoop MapReduce Applications (KO, YH, YT, NN, MH), pp. 350–365.
SFMSFM-2011-JurjensOSMHI #evolution #modelling #specification
Modelling Secure Systems Evolution: Abstract and Concrete Change Specifications (JJ, MO, HS, LM, SHH, SI), pp. 504–526.
GCMGCM-2010-GolasEH11 #graph grammar #model transformation #specification
Formal Specification of Model Transformations by Triple Graph Grammars with Application Conditions (UG, HE, FH).
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2011-GreenyerR #automaton #concept #diagrams #game studies #graph grammar #sequence chart #specification
Applying Advanced TGG Concepts for a Complex Transformation of Sequence Diagram Specifications to Timed Game Automata (JG, JR), pp. 222–237.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2011-BottoniF #diagrams #specification #visual notation
A visual language for temporal specifications based on Spider diagrams (PB, AF).
CHICHI-2011-KandelPHH #data transformation #interactive #named #specification #visual notation
Wrangler: interactive visual specification of data transformation scripts (SK, AP, JMH, JH), pp. 3363–3372.
HCIDUXU-v1-2011-BjorndalRM #industrial #lessons learnt #requirements #specification #using
Lessons Learned from Using Personas and Scenarios for Requirements Specification of Next-Generation Industrial Robots (PB, MJR, SM), pp. 378–387.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-RiahiRM #generative #human-computer #mobile #specification #verification #xml
XML in Formal Specification, Verification and Generation of Mobile HCI (IR, MR, FM), pp. 92–100.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2011-Taft #implementation #manycore #parallel #programming #specification
Multicore Programming in ParaSail — Parallel Specification and Implementation Language (STT), pp. 196–200.
AdaSIGAda-2011-Taft #implementation #parallel #specification
Experimenting with parasail: parallel specification and implementation language (STT), pp. 11–12.
CAiSECAiSE-2011-SonnenbergHHMB #modelling
The REA-DSL: A Domain Specific Modeling Language for Business Models (CS, CH, BH, DM, AMB), pp. 252–266.
ICEISICEIS-J-2011-BajwaC #modelling #natural language #specification #uml
From Natural Language Software Specifications to UML Class Models (ISB, MAC), pp. 224–237.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-MeisenMSJ #integration #simulation #tool support
Application Integration of Simulation Tools Considering Domain Specific Knowledge (TM, PM, DS, SJ), pp. 42–53.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-AndreouSP #automation #testing #user interface
Specification-based Automated Automated GUI Testing (ASA, AAS, CP), pp. 318–323.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-SchneiderCKZ #information management #integration #modelling
Domain-specific Modelling Applied to Integration of Smart Sensors into an Information System (JPS, JC, DK, OZ), pp. 253–259.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-ViriyasitavatM #formal method #requirements #specification #trust #workflow
Formalizing Trust Requirements and Specification in Service Workflow Environments (WV, AM), pp. 196–206.
CIKMCIKM-2011-BhamidipatiK
A diversity measure leveraging domain specific auxiliary information (NB, NK), pp. 2213–2216.
CIKMCIKM-2011-LauLBW #learning #scalability #sentiment #web
Leveraging web 2.0 data for scalable semi-supervised learning of domain-specific sentiment lexicons (RYKL, CLL, PB, KFW), pp. 2457–2460.
CIKMCIKM-2011-WangYS #documentation #feedback
Relevance feedback exploiting query-specific document manifolds (CW, EY, MS), pp. 1957–1960.
CIKMCIKM-2011-WeichselbraunGS #game studies #sentiment #using
Using games with a purpose and bootstrapping to create domain-specific sentiment lexicons (AW, SG, AS), pp. 1053–1060.
ICMLICML-2011-SujeethLBRCWAOO #domain-specific language #machine learning #named #parallel
OptiML: An Implicitly Parallel Domain-Specific Language for Machine Learning (AKS, HL, KJB, TR, HC, MW, ARA, MO, KO), pp. 609–616.
KDDKDD-2011-KannanGAF #specification
Matching unstructured product offers to structured product specifications (AK, IEG, RA, AF), pp. 404–412.
KEODKEOD-2011-GaignardMWG #concept #parametricity #runtime #semantics
Characterizing Semantic Service Parameters with Role Concepts to Infer Domain-specific Knowledge at Runtime (AG, JM, BW, BG), pp. 59–70.
KEODKEOD-2011-SchmidtKL #automation #documentation #domain-specific language
Domain Specific Language in Technical Solution Documents — Discussion of Two Approaches to Improve the Semi-automated Annotation (HXS, AK, UL), pp. 159–166.
SEKESEKE-2011-BarrosNHT #case study #natural language #specification
The ucsCNL: A Controlled Natural Language for Use Case Specifications (FAB, LN, EH, DT), pp. 250–253.
SEKESEKE-2011-ChangWS #component #specification #visual notation
Visual Specification of Component-based Slow Intelligence Systems (SKC, YW, YS), pp. 1–8.
SEKESEKE-2011-DengLSW #api #constraints #runtime #specification #verification
Specification and Runtime Verification of API Constraints on Interacting Objects (FD, HL, JS, QW), pp. 101–106.
SEKESEKE-2011-DiawLC #implementation #metamodelling #process #specification
Specification and Implementation of SPEM4MDE, a metamodel for MDE software processes (SD, RL, BC), pp. 646–653.
SEKESEKE-2011-RomeikatBS #modelling #policy
Modeling of Domain-Specific ECA Policies (RR, BB, HS), pp. 52–58.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-Li11a #information retrieval #using
Domain-specific information retrieval using rcommenders (WL), pp. 1327–1328.
BXBX-2011-Boronat #consistency #detection #maude #modelling #nondeterminism #specification #using
Inconsistency detection and resolution in heterogenous model-based specifications using Maude (AB), p. 53.
ECMFAECMFA-2011-ElaasarBL #qvt #verification
Domain-Specific Model Verification with QVT (ME, LCB, YL), pp. 282–298.
ECMFAECMFA-2011-RumpeSVW #agile #development #domain-specific language
Agile Development with Domain Specific Languages (BR, MS, SV, IW), pp. 387–388.
ECMFAECMFA-2011-Tolvanen #domain-specific language #modelling
Creating Domain-Specific Modelling Languages That Work: Hands-On (JPT), pp. 393–394.
ICMTICMT-2011-BauerK #model transformation
Combining Specification-Based and Code-Based Coverage for Model Transformation Chains (EB, JMK), pp. 78–92.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-JacksonLB #automation #metamodelling #proving #reasoning #specification
Reasoning about Metamodeling with Formal Specifications and Automatic Proofs (EKJ, TL, DB), pp. 653–667.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-SteelD #model transformation
Domain-Specific Model Transformation in Building Quantity Take-Off (JS, RD), pp. 198–212.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-JacksonLB #automation #metamodelling #proving #reasoning #specification
Reasoning about Metamodeling with Formal Specifications and Automatic Proofs (EKJ, TL, DB), pp. 653–667.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-SteelD #model transformation
Domain-Specific Model Transformation in Building Quantity Take-Off (JS, RD), pp. 198–212.
OnwardOnward-2011-CorralSSGR #development #evolution #mobile #multi #paradigm
Evolution of Mobile Software Development from Platform-Specific to Web-Based Multiplatform Paradigm (LC, AS, GS, AG, PR), pp. 181–183.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-DavidC #precise #specification #verification
Immutable specifications for more concise and precise verification (CD, WNC), pp. 359–374.
PLATEAUPLATEAU-2011-BarisicAGB #case study #domain-specific language #quality
Quality in use of domain-specific languages: a case study (AB, VA, MG, BB), pp. 65–72.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2011-BergelNRR #profiling
Domain-Specific Profiling (AB, ON, LR, JR), pp. 68–82.
GPCEGPCE-2011-LindemanKV #domain-specific language
Declaratively defining domain-specific language debuggers (RTL, LCLK, EV), pp. 127–136.
GPCEGPCE-2011-SlattenKH #automation #case study #distributed #generative #industrial #reliability #specification #towards #validation #verification
Towards automatic generation of formal specifications to validate and verify reliable distributed systems: a method exemplified by an industrial case study (VS, FAK, PH), pp. 147–156.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2011-Henglein #domain-specific language #implementation #symbolic computation
Dynamic Symbolic Computation for Domain-Specific Language Implementation (FH), pp. 4–24.
PPDPPPDP-2011-SchernhammerM #axiom #incremental #recursion #specification
Incremental checking of well-founded recursive specifications modulo axioms (FS, JM), pp. 5–16.
POPLPOPL-2011-JacobsP #composition #concurrent #fine-grained #specification
Expressive modular fine-grained concurrency specification (BJ, FP), pp. 271–282.
RERE-2011-BoutkovaH #automation #identification #specification
Semi-automatic identification of features in requirement specifications (EB, FH), pp. 313–318.
RERE-2011-SampathAR #evolution #specification
Evolving specifications formally (PS, SA, SR), pp. 5–14.
SACSAC-2011-AcherCLF #domain-specific language #feature model #modelling
A domain-specific language for managing feature models (MA, PC, PL, RBF), pp. 1333–1340.
SACSAC-2011-BagheriE #multi #specification
Consolidating multiple requirement specifications through argumentation (EB, FE), pp. 659–666.
SACSAC-2011-YuLGZZ #fault #modelling #multi #using
Locating faults using multiple spectra-specific models (KY, ML, QG, HZ, XZ), pp. 1404–1410.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2011-LumpeMG #logic #named #specification
PSPWizard: machine-assisted definition of temporal logical properties with specification patterns (ML, IM, LG), pp. 468–471.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2011-MontrieuxWY #data access #specification #tool support #uml #verification
Tool support for UML-based specification and verification of role-based access control properties (LM, MW, YY), pp. 456–459.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2011-Schur #enterprise #mining #specification
Experimental specification mining for enterprise applications (MS), pp. 388–391.
GTTSEGTTSE-2011-MikhaielTNSX #difference #modelling #uml
Differencing UML Models: A Domain-Specific vs. a Domain-Agnostic Method (RM, NT, NN, ES, ZX), pp. 159–196.
ICSEICSE-2011-BorgesGLN #adaptation #evolution #learning #requirements #specification
Learning to adapt requirements specifications of evolving systems (RVB, ASdG, LCL, BN), pp. 856–859.
ICSEICSE-2011-BosS #domain-specific language #forensics
Bringing domain-specific languages to digital forensics (JvdB, TvdS), pp. 671–680.
ICSEICSE-2011-Fant #design pattern
Building domain specific software architectures from software architectural design patterns (JSF), pp. 1152–1154.
ICSEICSE-2011-Kumar #concurrent #distributed #mining #specification
Specification mining in concurrent and distributed systems (SK), pp. 1086–1089.
ICSEICSE-2011-Kumar11a #concurrent #distributed #mining #specification
Specification mining in concurrent and distributed systems (SK), pp. 1161–1163.
ICSEICSE-2011-LeeCR #mining #parametricity #specification
Mining parametric specifications (CL, FC, GR), pp. 591–600.
ICSEICSE-2011-LiNHK #requirements
A domain specific requirements model for scientific computing (YL, NN, JH, MK), pp. 848–851.
SLESLE-2011-StappersWRAN #case study #domain-specific language #formal method #industrial #using
Formalizing a Domain Specific Language Using SOS: An Industrial Case Study (FPMS, SW, MAR, SA, IN), pp. 223–242.
SPLCSPLC-2011-Boutkova #experience #specification #variability
Experience with Variability Management in Requirement Specifications (EB), pp. 303–312.
SPLCSPLC-2011-Broy11a #product line #requirements #specification
The Role of Requirements and Specification in Product Line Engineering (MB), pp. 3–7.
SPLCSPLC-2011-TolvanenK #domain-specific language #modelling #product line
Creating Domain-Specific Modeling Languages for Product Lines (JPT, SK), p. 358.
SPLCSPLC-2011-VolterV #domain-specific language #product line #using
Product Line Engineering Using Domain-Specific Languages (MV, EV), pp. 70–79.
CGOCGO-2011-SanchezASPS #compilation #using
Using machines to learn method-specific compilation strategies (RNS, JNA, DS, MP, MGS), pp. 257–266.
HPDCHPDC-2011-SongYCS #file system #layout #parallel
A cost-intelligent application-specific data layout scheme for parallel file systems (HS, YY, YC, XHS), pp. 37–48.
PPoPPPPoPP-2011-ChafiSBLAO #approach #parallel
A domain-specific approach to heterogeneous parallelism (HC, AKS, KJB, HL, ARA, KO), pp. 35–46.
CAVCAV-2011-RamanK #behaviour #specification #using
Analyzing Unsynthesizable Specifications for High-Level Robot Behavior Using LTLMoP (VR, HKG), pp. 663–668.
ICLPICLP-2011-Herranz-NievaM #logic programming #object-oriented #source code #specification #synthesis
Synthesis of Logic Programs from Object-Oriented Formal Specifications (ÁHN, JM), pp. 95–105.
ICLPICLP-J-2011-HallerstedeL #concurrent #constraints #specification
Constraint-based deadlock checking of high-level specifications (SH, ML), pp. 767–782.
ICTSSICTSS-2011-EnderlinDGO #contract #named #php #specification #testing
Praspel: A Specification Language for Contract-Based Testing in PHP (IE, FD, AG, ABO), pp. 64–79.
ICTSSICTSS-2011-Walkinshaw #black box #specification #test coverage #testing
Assessing Test Adequacy for Black-Box Systems without Specifications (NW), pp. 209–224.
ISSTAISSTA-2011-ShahbazSE #component #embedded #refinement #specification
Iterative refinement of specification for component based embedded systems (MS, KCS, RE), pp. 276–286.
LICSLICS-2011-BenediktPR #specification
Regular Repair of Specifications (MB, GP, CR), pp. 335–344.
LICSLICS-2011-BokerCHK #cumulative #specification
Temporal Specifications with Accumulative Values (UB, KC, TAH, OK), pp. 43–52.
TAPTAP-2011-DegiovanniPAF #abstraction #automation #generative #requirements #specification #testing
Abstraction Based Automated Test Generation from Formal Tabular Requirements Specifications (RD, PP, NA, MFF), pp. 84–101.
TAPTAP-2011-Tan #automaton #metric #testing
State Coverage Metrics for Specification-Based Testing with Büchi Automata (LT), pp. 171–186.
VMCAIVMCAI-2011-JacobsK #axiom #reasoning #specification #towards
Towards Complete Reasoning about Axiomatic Specifications (SJ, VK), pp. 278–293.
ASEASE-2010-AliHGH #specification #tool support #visual notation
End-user oriented critic specification for domain-specific visual language tools (NMA, JGH, JCG, JH), pp. 297–300.
ASEASE-2010-Green #implementation #specification
Keynote address: the actual implementation will be derived from the formal specification — KBSA, 1983 (CG), pp. 183–184.
ASEASE-2010-HirschHG #generative #named #specification #visual notation #wiki
VikiBuilder: end-user specification and generation of visual wikis (CH, JGH, JCG), pp. 13–22.
ASEASE-2010-LoM #mining #specification
Scenario-based and value-based specification mining: better together (DL, SM), pp. 387–396.
ASEASE-2010-WoollardMPM #architecture #named
Kadre: domain-specific architectural recovery for scientific software systems (DW, CM, DP, NM), pp. 325–328.
ASEASE-2010-XingSLD #debugging #named #specification
SpecDiff: debugging formal specifications (ZX, JS, YL, JSD), pp. 353–354.
DACDAC-2010-CongLR #concurrent #named
ACES: application-specific cycle elimination and splitting for deadlock-free routing on irregular network-on-chip (JC, CL, GR), pp. 443–448.
DACDAC-2010-LiFS #mining #scalability #specification #verification
Scalable specification mining for verification and diagnosis (WL, AF, SAS), pp. 755–760.
DACDAC-2010-NurvitadhiHLK #automation #parallel #pipes and filters #specification #synthesis #thread #transaction
Automatic multithreaded pipeline synthesis from transactional datapath specifications (EN, JCH, SLL, TK), pp. 314–319.
DATEDATE-2010-BraunBLR #interface #specification #verification
Simulation-based verification of the MOST NetInterface specification revision 3.0 (AB, OB, DL, WR), pp. 538–543.
DATEDATE-2010-FranzonDT #3d #architecture #design
Creating 3D specific systems: Architecture, design and CAD (PDF, WRD, TT), pp. 1684–1688.
DATEDATE-2010-Mueller-GritschnederG #specification
Computation of yield-optimized Pareto fronts for analog integrated circuit specifications (DMG, HG), pp. 1088–1093.
DATEDATE-2010-NurvitadhiHKL #automation #pipes and filters #specification #transaction
Automatic pipelining from transactional datapath specifications (EN, JCH, TK, SLL), pp. 1001–1004.
DATEDATE-2010-VerbeekS #concurrent #specification
Formal specification of networks-on-chips: deadlock and evacuation (FV, JS), pp. 1701–1706.
DATEDATE-2010-WhittySHEP #architecture #configuration management #memory management #performance
Application-specific memory performance of a heterogeneous reconfigurable architecture (SW, HS, BH, RE, WPR), pp. 387–392.
DATEDATE-2010-ZhangLZMC #architecture #communication #generative
Domain specific architecture for next generation wireless communication (BZ, HL, HZ, FM, TC), pp. 1414–1419.
FASEFASE-2010-GhezziMS #automation #case study #multi #specification #validation
Automatic Cross Validation of Multiple Specifications: A Case Study (CG, AM, GS), pp. 233–247.
WRLAWRLA-2010-DuranM #equation #maude #order #specification
A Church-Rosser Checker Tool for Conditional Order-Sorted Equational Maude Specifications (FD, JM), pp. 69–85.
WRLAWRLA-2010-RiescoVM #debugging #maude #specification
Enhancing the Debugging of Maude Specifications (AR, AV, NMO), pp. 226–242.
WRLAWRLA-2010-RiveraDV #behaviour #domain-specific language #on the #realtime #semantics #visual notation
On the Behavioral Semantics of Real-Time Domain Specific Visual Languages (JER, FD, AV), pp. 174–190.
ICPCICPC-2010-LammelP #comprehension #domain-specific language
Vivisection of a Non-Executable, Domain-Specific Language — Understanding (the Usage of) the P3P Language (RL, EP), pp. 104–113.
ICSMEICSM-2010-PradelBG #evaluation #finite #framework #specification #state machine
A framework for the evaluation of specification miners based on finite state machines (MP, PB, TRG), pp. 1–10.
MSRMSR-2010-ColacoMFH #analysis #developer
OSS developers context-specific Preferred Representational systems: A initial Neurolinguistic text analysis of the Apache mailing list (MCJ, MGM, MF, PHdS), pp. 126–129.
PEPMPEPM-2010-HofmannK #detection #morphism #problem #towards
I/O guided detection of list catamorphisms: towards problem specific use of program templates in IP (MH, EK), pp. 93–100.
PLDIPLDI-2010-TorlakVD #axiom #memory management #modelling #named #specification
MemSAT: checking axiomatic specifications of memory models (ET, MV, JD), pp. 341–350.
LATALATA-2010-HemmerlingSK #difference #equation #network #process #programming language #specification
A Programming Language Tailored to the Specification and Solution of Differential Equations Describing Processes on Networks (RH, KS, WK), pp. 297–308.
IFMIFM-2010-FaberIJS #automation #parametricity #specification #verification
Automatic Verification of Parametric Specifications with Complex Topologies (JF, CI, SJ, VSS), pp. 152–167.
IFMIFM-2010-LanoR #model transformation #specification #uml #using #verification
Specification and Verification of Model Transformations Using UML-RSDS (KL, SKR), pp. 199–214.
SEFMSEFM-2010-BersaniCFPR #constraints #integer #ltl #runtime #smt #specification #verification
SMT-based Verification of LTL Specification with Integer Constraints and its Application to Runtime Checking of Service Substitutability (MMB, LC, AF, MP, MR), pp. 244–254.
SEFMSEFM-2010-HussainL #ml #named #runtime #specification
temporaljmlc: A JML Runtime Assertion Checker Extension for Specification and Checking of Temporal Properties (FH, GTL), pp. 63–72.
SEFMSEFM-2010-KatzK #query #refinement #specification
User Queries for Specification Refinement Treating Shared Aspect Join Points (EK, SK), pp. 73–82.
ICFPICFP-2010-BradyH #domain-specific language #implementation #partial evaluation #using
Scrapping your inefficient engine: using partial evaluation to improve domain-specific language implementation (EB, KH), pp. 297–308.
ICGTICGT-2010-KonigE #graph transformation #specification #verification
Verification of Graph Transformation Systems with Context-Free Specifications (BK, JE), pp. 107–122.
ICGTICGT-2010-LaraGBHT #graph transformation #simulation
Graph Transformation for Domain-Specific Discrete Event Time Simulation (JdL, EG, AB, RH, PT), pp. 266–281.
CHICHI-2010-GaverBBJBW
The prayer companion: openness and specificity, materiality and spirituality (WWG, MB, AB, NJ, JB, PCW), pp. 2055–2064.
EDOCEDOC-2010-AtkinsonDG #process #specification
Typed Business Process Specification (CA, DD, VG), pp. 69–78.
EDOCEDOC-2010-BajwaBL #constraints #generative #natural language #ocl #specification
OCL Constraints Generation from Natural Language Specification (ISB, BB, MGL), pp. 204–213.
EDOCEDOC-2010-KrugerGZP #data transformation #enterprise
Enterprise Application-Specific Data Management (JK, MG, AZ, HP), pp. 131–140.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2010-BoubakerBB #specification #uml
Specification and Instantiation of Domain Specific Patterns based on UML (SRB, NB, RB), pp. 230–235.
ICEISICEIS-J-2010-WaltherHSS10a #retrieval #specification
Directed Retrieval and Extraction of High-Quality Product Specifications (MW, LH, DS, AS), pp. 436–450.
ICEISICEIS-SAIC-2010-CanturkS #distributed #validation
Service Acquisition and Validation in a Distributed Service Discovery System Consisting of Domain-specific Sub-systems (DC, PS), pp. 93–99.
ICEISICEIS-SAIC-2010-WaltherHSS #specification
Locating and Extracting Product Specifications from Producer Websites (MW, LH, DS, AS), pp. 13–22.
CIKMCIKM-2010-MadaniY #analysis #topic
Discovery of numerous specific topics via term co-occurrence analysis (OM, JY), pp. 1841–1844.
CIKMCIKM-2010-MelliE #concept #identification #ontology
Supervised identification and linking of concept mentions to a domain-specific ontology (GM, ME), pp. 1717–1720.
CIKMCIKM-2010-MingCC
Exploring domain-specific term weight in archived question search (ZM, TSC, GC), pp. 1605–1608.
ECIRECIR-2010-ArampatzisK #empirical #query
An Empirical Study of Query Specificity (AA, JK), pp. 594–597.
ICPRICPR-2010-DornaikaR #estimation
Person-Specific Face Shape Estimation under Varying Head Pose from Single Snapshots (FD, BR), pp. 3496–3499.
ICPRICPR-2010-GriptonL #kernel #semistructured data #using
Kernel Domain Description with Incomplete Data: Using Instance-Specific Margins to Avoid Imputation (AG, WL), pp. 2921–2924.
ICPRICPR-2010-LuoN #classification #fault #learning #multi #problem
Employing Decoding of Specific Error Correcting Codes as a New Classification Criterion in Multiclass Learning Problems (YL, KN), pp. 4238–4241.
ICPRICPR-2010-RevaudLAB #graph #learning #performance #recognition #robust
Learning an Efficient and Robust Graph Matching Procedure for Specific Object Recognition (JR, GL, YA, AB), pp. 754–757.
ICPRICPR-2010-Tabassi #fault #image #metric #performance
Image Specific Error Rate: A Biometric Performance Metric (ET), pp. 1124–1127.
KDDKDD-2010-PrengerLVCH #bound #classification #fault
Class-specific error bounds for ensemble classifiers (RJP, TDL, KRV, BYC, WGH), pp. 843–852.
KDIRKDIR-2010-PadmajaBK #framework #problem #reduction
A Class Specific Dimensionality Reduction Framework for Class Imbalance Problem: CPC_SMOTE (TMP, RSB, PRK), pp. 237–242.
KEODKEOD-2010-CasasCC #fibonacci #modelling #representation #specification #towards #using
Towards a Representation of Enviromental Models using Specification and Description Language — From the Fibonacci Model to a Wildfire Model (PFiC, MC, JC), pp. 343–346.
KEODKEOD-2010-FukumotoS #classification #identification
Identifying Domain-specific Senses and Its Application to Text Classification (FF, YS), pp. 263–268.
KMISKMIS-2010-Muller #adaptation #documentation #generative #metadata
Adaptation of Mathematical Documents — Exploring Document Structures, Metadata, and Context for the Generation of User-specific Documents (CM), pp. 143–148.
SEKESEKE-2010-AsteasuainB #specification
Specification patterns can be formal and still easy (FA, VAB), pp. 430–436.
SEKESEKE-2010-CerriYRS #fuzzy #named
UFOCoRe: Exploring Fuzzy Relations According to Specific Contexts (MJC, CAY, MXR, MTPS), pp. 529–542.
SEKESEKE-2010-EstradaMRP #modelling #specification #web #web service
Transforming Service-Oriented Business Models into Web Service Specifications (HE, IMR, AMR, OP), pp. 225–230.
SEKESEKE-2010-GalsterEM #architecture #requirements #specification
Textual Software Requirements Specifications in the Context of Software Architecting (MG, AE, MM), pp. 42–47.
SEKESEKE-2010-KhwajaU #execution #implementation #realtime #specification
Intertwining Implementation with the RealSpec Executable Real-Time Specification Language (AAK, JEU), pp. 649–652.
SEKESEKE-2010-MoshirpourMF #behaviour #detection #distributed #specification #using
Detecting Emergent Behavior in Distributed Systems Using Scenario-Based Specifications (MM, AM, BHF), pp. 349–354.
SEKESEKE-2010-NunesBL #adaptation
An End-user Domain-specific Model to Drive Dynamic User Agents Adaptations (IN, SDJB, CJPdL), pp. 509–514.
SEKESEKE-2010-SubburajU #design #specification
Intelligent Software Agent Design Issues with Extensions to the Descartes Specification Language (VHS, JEU), pp. 668–671.
SEKESEKE-2010-WyethZ #architecture #security #specification
Formal Specification of Software Architecture Security Tactics (AW, CZ), pp. 172–175.
ECMFAECMFA-2010-SterrittCC #behaviour #design pattern #precise #specification
Precise Specification of Design Pattern Structure and Behaviour (AS, SC, VC), pp. 277–292.
ECMFAECMFA-2010-Vallecillo #modelling #on the
On the Combination of Domain Specific Modeling Languages (AV), pp. 305–320.
ICMTICMT-2010-AzanzaBDT #composition
Domain-Specific Composition of Model Deltas (MA, DSB, OD, ST), pp. 16–30.
ECOOPECOOP-2010-SamimiAM #execution #specification
Falling Back on Executable Specifications (HS, EDA, TDM), pp. 552–576.
ECOOPECOOP-2010-StadenCM #execution #logic #object-oriented #specification #verification
Verifying Executable Object-Oriented Specifications with Separation Logic (SvS, CC, BM), pp. 151–174.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2010-KatsV #declarative #ide #specification #spoofax
The spoofax language workbench: rules for declarative specification of languages and IDEs (LCLK, EV), pp. 444–463.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2010-MercadalECL #approach #architecture #fault #pervasive
A domain-specific approach to architecturing error handling in pervasive computing (JM, QE, CC, NL), pp. 47–61.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2010-WoodSCG #communication #composition #specification
Composable specifications for structured shared-memory communication (BPW, AS, LC, DG), pp. 140–159.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2010-RenggliDGN #domain-specific language
Domain-Specific Program Checking (LR, SD, TG, ON), pp. 213–232.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2010-Xu #domain-specific language #embedded #generative #named
EriLex: An Embedded Domain Specific Language Generator (HX), pp. 192–212.
GPCEGPCE-2010-HoferO #component #composition #domain-specific language #scala
Modular domain-specific language components in scala (CH, KO), pp. 83–92.
GPCEGPCE-2010-PorkolabS #domain-specific language #generative #integration #library #parsing
Domain-specific language integration with compile-time parser generator library (ZP, ÁS), pp. 137–146.
PPDPPPDP-2010-Gacek #higher-order #specification #syntax
Relating nominal and higher-order abstract syntax specifications (AG), pp. 177–186.
PADLPADL-2010-HafizF #attribute grammar #combinator #execution #lazy evaluation #specification
Lazy Combinators for Executable Specifications of General Attribute Grammars (RH, RAF), pp. 167–182.
PADLPADL-2010-WangG #approach #domain-specific language #implementation #protocol #stack
A Domain-Specific Language Approach to Protocol Stack Implementation (YW, VG), pp. 183–185.
RERE-2010-KaindlSN #requirements #reuse #specification
Case-based Reuse with Partial Requirements Specifications (HK, MS, WN), pp. 399–400.
RERE-2010-MenzelMGD #comparison #functional #requirements #specification
An Experimental Comparison Regarding the Completeness of Functional Requirements Specifications (IM, MM, AG, JD), pp. 15–24.
RERE-2010-MoraliW #outsourcing #requirements #specification
Risk-based Confidentiality Requirements Specification for Outsourced IT Systems (AM, RW), pp. 199–208.
RERE-2010-StoiberFJG #product line #refactoring #requirements #specification #weaving
Feature Unweaving: Refactoring Software Requirements Specifications into Software Product Lines (RS, SF, MJ, MG), pp. 403–404.
REFSQREFSQ-2010-KomssiKTSU #collaboration #lessons learnt #specification
Lessons Learned from Integrating Specification Templates, Collaborative Workshops, and Peer Reviews (MK, MK, KT, RS, EJU), pp. 158–172.
REFSQREFSQ-2010-LeuserO #automation #scalability #specification
Tackling Semi-automatic Trace Recovery for Large Specifications (JL, DO), pp. 203–217.
REFSQREFSQ-2010-SikoraDP #abstraction #consistency #multi #specification
Supporting the Consistent Specification of Scenarios across Multiple Abstraction Levels (ES, MD, KP), pp. 45–59.
SACSAC-2010-FautschS #adaptation #information retrieval
Adapting the tf idf vector-space model to domain specific information retrieval (CF, JS), pp. 1708–1712.
SACSAC-2010-HuangT #detection #semantics #specification
Semantic scene detection system for baseball videos based on the MPEG-7 specification (YFH, LHT), pp. 941–947.
SACSAC-2010-KnappMWZ #approach #specification
A heterogeneous approach to service-oriented systems specification (AK, GM, MW, AZ), pp. 2477–2484.
SACSAC-2010-LiuCXMBG #architecture #domain-specific language #question
Can domain-specific languages be implemented by service-oriented architecture? (SHL, AC, XX, MM, BRB, JG), pp. 2491–2492.
FSEFSE-2010-Krka #approach #behaviour #incremental #modelling #refinement #requirements #specification
From requirements to partial behavior models: an iterative approach to incremental specification refinement (IK), pp. 341–344.
ICSEICSE-2010-BurnimS #named #parallel #source code #specification #thread
DETERMIN: inferring likely deterministic specifications of multithreaded programs (JB, KS), pp. 415–424.
ICSEICSE-2010-Cleland-HuangCGE #approach #machine learning #requirements
A machine learning approach for tracing regulatory codes to product specific requirements (JCH, AC, MG, JE), pp. 155–164.
ICSEICSE-2010-DoanLMK #mining #named #specification
LM: a miner for scenario-based specifications (TAD, DL, SM, SCK), pp. 319–320.
ICSEICSE-2010-GroceHS #evolution #specification #testing
From scripts to specifications: the evolution of a flight software testing effort (AG, KH, MHS), pp. 129–138.
ICSEICSE-2010-GuoSZS #empirical #smell
Domain-specific tailoring of code smells: an empirical study (YG, CBS, NZ, FS), pp. 167–170.
ICSEICSE-2010-JurgensDFHSWDS #clone detection #detection #quality #question #requirements #specification
Can clone detection support quality assessments of requirements specifications? (EJ, FD, MF, BH, BS, SW, CD, JS), pp. 79–88.
ICSEICSE-2010-SalgerE #development #information management #specification #testing
Knowledge transfer in global software development: leveraging acceptance test case specifications (FS, GE), pp. 211–214.
LDTALDTA-2009-KatsKV10 #composition #domain-specific language #editing #plugin
Domain-Specific Languages for Composable Editor Plugins (LCLK, KTK, EV), pp. 149–163.
LDTALDTA-2010-BrandMSH #case study #domain-specific language #experience
Formally specified type checkers for domain specific languages: experience report (MvdB, APvdM, AS, ATH), p. 12.
LDTALDTA-2010-Giavitto #domain-specific language #simulation
A domain specific language for complex natural and artificial systems simulations (JLG), p. 1.
SLESLE-2010-BandenerSE #behaviour #debugging #execution #specification #visual notation
Extending DMM Behavior Specifications for Visual Execution and Debugging (NB, CS, GE), pp. 357–376.
SLESLE-2010-BraatzB #algebra #domain-specific language #graph transformation #modelling #rdf
Domain-Specific Modelling Languages with Algebraic Graph Transformations on RDF (BB, CB), pp. 82–101.
SLESLE-2010-MannadiarV #debugging #modelling
Debugging in Domain-Specific Modelling (RM, HV), pp. 276–285.
SPLCSPLC-2010-RabiserHELGS #approach #documentation #flexibility #generative #product line
A Flexible Approach for Generating Product-Specific Documents in Product Lines (RR, WH, CE, ML, PG, CS), pp. 47–61.
LCTESLCTES-2010-BrandtSS #concurrent #specification
Translating concurrent action oriented specifications to synchronous guarded actions (JB, KS, SKS), pp. 47–56.
ICLPICLP-2010-Balduccini10 #heuristic #learning #set
Learning Domain-Specific Heuristics for Answer Set Solvers (MB), pp. 14–23.
ICLPICLP-2010-Near10 #logic programming #relational #source code #specification
From Relational Specifications to Logic Programs (JPN), pp. 144–153.
ICSTICST-2010-Rahimi #model transformation #specification #uml
Specification of UML Model Transformations (SKR), pp. 323–326.
ICTSSICTSS-2010-Gladisch #first-order #generative #logic #quantifier #source code #specification #testing
Test Data Generation for Programs with Quantified First-Order Logic Specifications (CG), pp. 158–173.
ISSTAISSTA-2010-DallmeierKMHZ #generative #mining #specification #testing
Generating test cases for specification mining (VD, NK, CM, SH, AZ), pp. 85–96.
TAPTAP-2010-ClaessenSH #named #specification #testing #using
QuickSpec: Guessing Formal Specifications Using Testing (KC, NS, JH), pp. 6–21.
TAPTAP-2010-Rusu #proving #specification #theorem proving
Combining Theorem Proving and Narrowing for Rewriting-Logic Specifications (VR), pp. 135–150.
CBSECBSE-2009-Bickford #component #specification #using
Component Specification Using Event Classes (MB), pp. 140–155.
CBSECBSE-2009-KiniryF #consistency #design #documentation #implementation #specification
Ensuring Consistency between Designs, Documentation, Formal Specifications, and Implementations (JRK, FF), pp. 242–261.
CBSECBSE-2009-LauT #component #modelling
Domain-Specific Software Component Models (KKL, FMT), pp. 19–35.
CBSECBSE-2009-PochP #behaviour #component #legacy #specification
Extracting Behavior Specification of Components in Legacy Applications (TP, FP), pp. 87–103.
QoSAQoSA-2009-BjornanderGL #architecture #simulation #specification #state machine
Timed Simulation of Extended AADL-Based Architecture Specifications with Timed Abstract State Machines (SB, LG, KL), pp. 101–115.
ASEASE-2009-BiermannEEH #eclipse #framework #generative #modelling #simulation
Generation of Simulation Views for Domain Specific Modeling Languages Based on the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EB, KE, CE, JH), pp. 625–629.
ASEASE-2009-BookBGH #interface #internet #specification
Specification and Control of Interface Responses to User Input in Rich Internet Applications (MB, TB, VG, MH), pp. 321–331.
ASEASE-2009-HokamuraNSUNI #aspect-oriented #framework #named #php
AOWP: Web-Specific AOP Framework for PHP (KH, RN, MS, NU, SN, AI), pp. 683–685.
ASEASE-2009-LoM #mining #specification
Mining Hierarchical Scenario-Based Specifications (DL, SM), pp. 359–370.
ASEASE-2009-PradelG #automation #generative #scalability #specification
Automatic Generation of Object Usage Specifications from Large Method Traces (MP, TRG), pp. 371–382.
ASEASE-2009-WasylkowskiZ #mining #specification
Mining Temporal Specifications from Object Usage (AW, AZ), pp. 295–306.
ASEASE-2009-ZhongZXM #api #documentation #natural language #specification
Inferring Resource Specifications from Natural Language API Documentation (HZ, LZ, TX, HM), pp. 307–318.
CASECASE-2009-BengtssonLYFB #development #logic #specification
Operation-oriented specification for integrated control logic development (KB, BL, CY, PF, SB), pp. 183–190.
DACDAC-2009-JavaidP #design #multi #pipes and filters
A design flow for application specific heterogeneous pipelined multiprocessor systems (HJ, SP), pp. 250–253.
DACDAC-2009-ZhangCTL #performance #worst-case
Efficient design-specific worst-case corner extraction for integrated circuits (HZ, THC, MYT, XL), pp. 386–389.
DATEDATE-2009-Flamand #manycore #towards
Strategic directions towards multicore application specific computing (EF), p. 1266.
DATEDATE-2009-GuanLF #design #scalability #set
Design of an application-specific instruction set processor for high-throughput and scalable FFT (XG, HL, YF), pp. 1302–1307.
DATEDATE-2009-KonigBSMNW #behaviour #embedded #evaluation #performance #realtime
Application specific performance indicators for quantitative evaluation of the timing behavior for embedded real-time systems (FK, DB, FS, UM, MN, GW), pp. 519–523.
DATEDATE-2009-LiFNBPC #architecture #co-evolution #design #detection #ml #parallel #set
Algorithm-architecture co-design of soft-output ML MIMO detector for parallel application specific instruction set processors (ML, RF, DN, BB, LVdP, FC), pp. 1608–1613.
DATEDATE-2009-MollCRB #modelling #performance #protocol #using
Fast and accurate protocol specific bus modeling using TLM 2.0 (HWMvM, HC, VR, MB), pp. 316–319.
DATEDATE-2009-MukherjeeAPMD #approach #behaviour #formal method #generative
A formal approach for specification-driven AMS behavioral model generation (SM, AA, SKP, RM, PD), pp. 1512–1517.
ICDARICDAR-2009-Pletschacher #adaptation #self
A Self-Adaptive Method for Extraction of Document-Specific Alphabets (SP), pp. 656–660.
ICDARICDAR-2009-Syeda-MahmoodBA
Disease-Specific Extraction of Text from Cardiac Echo Videos for Decision Support (TFSM, DB, AA), pp. 1290–1294.
VLDBVLDB-2009-CautisDOV #performance #query #set #specification #using #xpath
Efficient Rewriting of XPath Queries Using Query Set Specifications (BC, AD, NO, VV), pp. 301–312.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2009-SitaramanHWDHLKP #evaluation #reasoning #specification #student
Engaging students in specification and reasoning: “hands-on” experimentation and evaluation (MS, JOH, JW, SDS, HKH, DPL, JK, RP), pp. 50–54.
WRLAWRLA-2008-AgrigoroaieiC09 #logic #specification
Rewriting Logic Specification of Membrane Systems with Promoters and Inhibitors (OA, GC), pp. 5–22.
ESOPESOP-2009-Eber #contract #design #programming language #question #specification #tool support #what
The Financial Crisis, a Lack of Contract Specification Tools: What Can Finance Learn from Programming Language Design? (JME), pp. 205–206.
FASEFASE-2009-AcharyaX #api #mining #source code #specification
Mining API Error-Handling Specifications from Source Code (MA, TX), pp. 370–384.
FASEFASE-2009-AguirreFMMW #alloy #behaviour #specification #using
Describing and Analyzing Behaviours over Tabular Specifications Using (Dyn)Alloy (NA, MFF, MMM, TSEM, AW), pp. 155–170.
FASEFASE-2009-AlTurkiDYCI #analysis #specification
Formal Specification and Analysis of Timing Properties in Software Systems (MA, DD, DY, AC, HI), pp. 262–277.
FASEFASE-2009-Sery #specification #verification
Enhanced Property Specification and Verification in BLAST (OS), pp. 456–469.
TACASTACAS-2009-GouesW #mining #specification
Specification Mining with Few False Positives (CLG, WW), pp. 292–306.
TACASTACAS-2009-KuglerS #composition #sequence chart #specification #synthesis
Compositional Synthesis of Reactive Systems from Live Sequence Chart Specifications (HK, IS), pp. 77–91.
SCAMSCAM-2009-KlintSV #analysis #domain-specific language #named #rascal #source code
RASCAL: A Domain Specific Language for Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (PK, TvdS, JJV), pp. 168–177.
SCAMSCAM-2009-LammelZ #grammar recovery #java #specification
Recovering Grammar Relationships for the Java Language Specification (RL, VZ), pp. 178–186.
PEPMPEPM-2009-LeuschelLOST #csp #named #slicing #specification
SOC: a slicer for CSP specifications (ML, ML, JO, JS, ST), pp. 165–168.
PLDIPLDI-2009-LivshitsNRB #data flow #named #problem #specification
Merlin: specification inference for explicit information flow problems (VBL, AVN, SKR, AB), pp. 75–86.
LATALATA-2009-BertrandPR #consistency #refinement #specification
Refinement and Consistency of Timed Modal Specifications (NB, SP, JBR), pp. 152–163.
FMFM-2009-AlpuenteBR #logic #specification #verification #web
Specification and Verification of Web Applications in Rewriting Logic (MA, DB, DR), pp. 790–805.
FMFM-2009-GomesO #specification
Formal Specification of a Cardiac Pacing System (AOG, MVMO), pp. 692–707.
FMFM-2009-LuthW #c #source code #specification #verification
Certifiable Specification and Verification of C Programs (CL, DW), pp. 419–434.
FMFM-2009-SchierlSHR #file system #memory management #specification
Abstract Specification of the UBIFS File System for Flash Memory (AS, GS, DH, WR), pp. 190–206.
IFMIFM-2009-PaceS #challenge #contract #specification
Challenges in the Specification of Full Contracts (GJP, GS), pp. 292–306.
IFMIFM-2009-WongG #modelling #specification #workflow
Property Specifications for Workflow Modelling (PYHW, JG), pp. 56–71.
SEFMSEFM-2009-CunhaP #alloy #database #implementation #specification
Mapping between Alloy Specifications and Database Implementations (AC, HP), pp. 285–294.
SEFMSEFM-2009-HummelT #behaviour #specification #using
Behavioral Specification of Reactive Systems Using Stream-Based I/O Tables (BH, JT), pp. 137–146.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2009-Tveit #approach #metamodelling #specification #visual notation
A Meta-Model-Based Approach for Specification of Graphical Representations (MST), pp. 85–99.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-MaierM #diagrams #editing #specification
Specification of a Drawing Facility for Diagram Editors (SM, MM), pp. 850–859.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-PedroRBBA #domain-specific language #syntax #visual notation
Composing Visual Syntax for Domain Specific Languages (LP, MR, DB, BB, VA), pp. 889–898.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-BomsdorfS #modelling #requirements #specification #user interface #validation
Model-Based Specification and Validation of User Interface Requirements (BB, DS), pp. 587–596.
HCIHIMI-II-2009-MarusterFH #design #learning #personalisation
Personalization for Specific Users: Designing Decision Support Systems to Support Stimulating Learning Environments (LM, NRF, RJFvH), pp. 660–668.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2009-OliveiraPHC #behaviour #domain-specific language #source code #visualisation
Visualization of domain-specific programs’ behavior (NO, MJVP, PRH, DCdC), pp. 37–40.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2009-BerthomieuBCDFV #specification #verification
Formal Verification of AADL Specifications in the Topcased Environment (BB, JPB, CC, SDZ, MF, FV), pp. 207–221.
CAiSECAiSE-2009-GiachettiMP #automation #domain-specific language #generative #modelling #uml #using
Using UML as a Domain-Specific Modeling Language: A Proposal for Automatic Generation of UML Profiles (GG, BM, OP), pp. 110–124.
CAiSECAiSE-2009-PlanasCG #action semantics #behaviour #modelling #semantics #specification #uml #verification
Verifying Action Semantics Specifications in UML Behavioral Models (EP, JC, CG), pp. 125–140.
EDOCEDOC-2009-RomeroJV #multi #specification
Realizing Correspondences in Multi-viewpoint Specifications (JRR, JIJ, AV), pp. 163–172.
ICEISICEIS-DISI-2009-NunesAAS #domain-specific language #framework
A Domain Specific Language for the I* Framework (CN, JA, VA, CTLLS), pp. 158–163.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2009-MacielSMR #approach #development #modelling #process #specification
An Approach to Model-driven Development Process Specification (RSPM, BCdS, APFM, NSR), pp. 27–32.
CIKMCIKM-2009-GengYXH #adaptation #ranking
Ranking model adaptation for domain-specific search (BG, LY, CX, XSH), pp. 197–206.
ECIRECIR-2009-ChowdaryK #multi #named #performance #summary
ESUM: An Efficient System for Query-Specific Multi-document Summarization (CRC, PSK), pp. 724–728.
ECIRECIR-2009-NaLNL #retrieval #sentiment
Improving Opinion Retrieval Based on Query-Specific Sentiment Lexicon (SHN, YL, SHN, JHL), pp. 734–738.
ICMLICML-2009-ZhanLLZ #learning #metric #using
Learning instance specific distances using metric propagation (DCZ, ML, YFL, ZHZ), pp. 1225–1232.
SEKESEKE-2009-HamouiHUV #component #specification
Specification of a Component-based Domotic System to Support User-defined Scenarios (FH, MH, CU, SV), pp. 597–602.
SEKESEKE-2009-KornerB #natural language #ontology #specification
Improving Natural Language Specifications with Ontologies (SJK, TB), pp. 552–557.
SEKESEKE-2009-SalamahBBPFC #specification #tool support #validation
Enhancing Property Specification Tools With Validation Techniques (SS, MDB, EB, SP, DF, LC), pp. 487–492.
SEKESEKE-2009-SarkarCCB #concept #graph #multi #specification
Object Specification Language for Graph Based Conceptual level Multidimensional Data Model (AS, SC, NC, SB), pp. 694–607.
SEKESEKE-2009-VaraS #requirements #specification
Specification of Data Requirements from Task Descriptions (JLdlV, JS), pp. 55–60.
SIGIRSIGIR-2009-MeisterKK #clustering #documentation #retrieval
Integrating clusters created offline with query-specific clusters for document retrieval (LM, OK, IGK), pp. 706–707.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2009-IzquierdoM #domain-specific language #legacy #modelling
A Domain Specific Language for Extracting Models in Software Modernization (JLCI, JGM), pp. 82–97.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-FleureyS #adaptation #execution #modelling #simulation #specification
A Domain Specific Modeling Language Supporting Specification, Simulation and Execution of Dynamic Adaptive Systems (FF, AS), pp. 606–621.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-HermansPD #case study #domain-specific language
Domain-Specific Languages in Practice: A User Study on the Success Factors (FH, MP, AvD), pp. 423–437.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-Maoz #modelling #polymorphism #semantics #specification
Polymorphic Scenario-Based Specification Models: Semantics and Applications (SM), pp. 499–513.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-ShtelmaCM #domain-specific language #execution #integration #message passing
Executable Domain Specific Language for Message-Based System Integration (MS, MC, NM), pp. 622–626.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-SoltenbornE #semantics #specification #testing #towards
Towards Test-Driven Semantics Specification (CS, GE), pp. 378–392.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-WalterPS #domain-specific language #framework #named #ontology
OntoDSL: An Ontology-Based Framework for Domain-Specific Languages (TW, FSP, SS), pp. 408–422.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-WienandsG #domain-specific language #industrial #visual notation
Anatomy of a Visual Domain-Specific Language Project in an Industrial Context (CW, MG), pp. 453–467.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-FleureyS #adaptation #execution #modelling #simulation #specification
A Domain Specific Modeling Language Supporting Specification, Simulation and Execution of Dynamic Adaptive Systems (FF, AS), pp. 606–621.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-HermansPD #case study #domain-specific language
Domain-Specific Languages in Practice: A User Study on the Success Factors (FH, MP, AvD), pp. 423–437.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-Maoz #modelling #polymorphism #semantics #specification
Polymorphic Scenario-Based Specification Models: Semantics and Applications (SM), pp. 499–513.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-ShtelmaCM #domain-specific language #execution #integration #message passing
Executable Domain Specific Language for Message-Based System Integration (MS, MC, NM), pp. 622–626.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-SoltenbornE #semantics #specification #testing #towards
Towards Test-Driven Semantics Specification (CS, GE), pp. 378–392.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-WalterPS #domain-specific language #framework #named #ontology
OntoDSL: An Ontology-Based Framework for Domain-Specific Languages (TW, FSP, SS), pp. 408–422.
MODELSMoDELS-2009-WienandsG #domain-specific language #industrial #visual notation
Anatomy of a Visual Domain-Specific Language Project in an Industrial Context (CW, MG), pp. 453–467.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2009-BravenboerS #analysis #declarative #points-to #specification #strict
Strictly declarative specification of sophisticated points-to analyses (MB, YS), pp. 243–262.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2009-CharlesFSDV #eclipse #ide
Accelerating the creation of customized, language-Specific IDEs in Eclipse (PC, RMF, SMSJ, ED, JJV), pp. 191–206.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2009-BoronatM #algebra #metamodelling #ocl #semantics #specification
Algebraic Semantics of OCL-Constrained Metamodel Specifications (AB, JM), pp. 96–115.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2009-HovsepyanBBJ #domain-specific language #modelling #specification
Specifying and Composing Concerns Expressed in Domain-Specific Modeling Languages (AH, SVB, YB, WJ), pp. 116–135.
GPCEGPCE-2009-RadermacherCGT #case study #component #execution #generative #modelling #realtime #specification
Generating execution infrastructures for component-oriented specifications with a model driven toolchain: a case study for MARTE’s GCM and real-time annotations (AR, AC, SG, FT), pp. 127–136.
PPDPPPDP-2009-NigamM #algorithm #linear #logic #specification
Algorithmic specifications in linear logic with subexponentials (VN, DM), pp. 129–140.
PADLPADL-2009-TranNPS #consistency #declarative #performance #specification #static analysis
Improving Performance of Conformant Planners: Static Analysis of Declarative Planning Domain Specifications (DVT, HKN, EP, TCS), pp. 239–253.
RERE-2009-EspanaCGP #empirical #functional #requirements #specification
Evaluating the Completeness and Granularity of Functional Requirements Specifications: A Controlled Experiment (SE, NCF, AG, OP), pp. 161–170.
RERE-2009-MonteiroER #requirements #specification
Improving the Exchange of Requirements and Specifications between Business Partners (MRM, CE, MR), pp. 253–260.
RERE-2009-WhittleSBCB #adaptation #named #nondeterminism #self #specification
RELAX: Incorporating Uncertainty into the Specification of Self-Adaptive Systems (JW, PS, NB, BHCC, JMB), pp. 79–88.
REFSQREFSQ-2009-Kof #automaton #modelling #specification
Translation of Textual Specifications to Automata by Means of Discourse Context Modeling (LK), pp. 197–211.
REFSQREFSQ-2009-VaraS #approach #lessons learnt #specification
BPMN-Based Specification of Task Descriptions: Approach and Lessons Learnt (JLdlV, JS), pp. 124–138.
SACSAC-2009-BatistaR #ad hoc #framework #middleware #mobile #network #specification
High-level specification of a middleware framework for mobile ad hoc networks: spontaneousware case (VdFB, NSR), pp. 221–222.
SACSAC-2009-BriggsA #algebra #constraints #parametricity #specification
Algebraic specification techniques for parametric types with logic-based constraints (DB, SA), pp. 1890–1897.
SACSAC-2009-CatanoW #case study #java #ml #specification
Executing JML specifications of Java card applications: a case study (NC, TW), pp. 404–408.
SACSAC-2009-LiuTN #assurance #bibliography #component #integration #quality #specification #testing
Integration of formal specification, review, and testing for software component quality assurance (SL, TT, SN), pp. 415–421.
SACSAC-2009-MendesPDB #ad hoc #execution #named #process #specification #web #web service
WebFlowAH: an environment for ad-hoc specification and execution of web services-based processes (RM, PFP, FCD, TVB), pp. 692–693.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2009-KrkaBEM #behaviour #component #modelling #specification
Synthesizing partial component-level behavior models from system specifications (IK, YB, GE, NM), pp. 305–314.
SLESLE-2009-LairdB #domain-specific language #evolution #towards
Towards Dynamic Evolution of Domain Specific Languages (PL, SB), pp. 144–153.
SLESLE-2009-ZschalerKDPR #metamodelling
Domain-Specific Metamodelling Languages for Software Language Engineering (SZ, DSK, ND, RFP, AR), pp. 334–353.
SPLCSPLC-2009-Voelter #domain-specific language #product line #using
Using domain specific languages for product line engineering (MV), p. 329.
CCCC-2009-WarburtonK #architecture #bytecode #java #optimisation #specification
From Specification to Optimisation: An Architecture for Optimisation of Java Bytecode (RW, SK), pp. 17–31.
LCTESLCTES-2009-AndreM #requirements #specification #verification
Specification and verification of time requirements with CCSL and Esterel (CA, FM), pp. 167–176.
CAVCAV-2009-PanBL #named #specification
TASS: Timing Analyzer of Scenario-Based Specifications (MP, LB, XL), pp. 689–695.
ICSTICST-2009-AydalPUW #modelling #specification #testing #validation
Putting Formal Specifications under the Magnifying Glass: Model-based Testing for Validation (EGA, RFP, MU, JW), pp. 131–140.
ICSTICST-2009-FraserG #evaluation #generative #model checking #specification #testing
An Evaluation of Model Checkers for Specification Based Test Case Generation (GF, AG), pp. 41–50.
ICSTICST-2009-NodlerNG #assurance #flexibility #framework #java #quality #specification #uml
A Flexible Framework for Quality Assurance of Software Artefacts with Applications to Java, UML, and TTCN-3 Test Specifications (JN, HN, JG), pp. 101–110.
LICSLICS-2009-ChenHKM #automaton #markov #model checking #specification
Quantitative Model Checking of Continuous-Time Markov Chains Against Timed Automata Specifications (TC, TH, JPK, AM), pp. 309–318.
CBSECBSE-2008-ArbabM #interactive #specification #synthesis
Synthesis of Connectors from Scenario-Based Interaction Specifications (FA, SM), pp. 114–129.
ECSAECSA-2008-BatistaGCCG #aspect-oriented #configuration management #on the
On the Interplay of Aspects and Dynamic Reconfiguration in a Specification-to-Deployment Environment (TVB, ATAG, GC, CC, AG), pp. 314–317.
QoSAQoSA-2008-WaignierMD #analysis #architecture #specification
Architectural Specification and Static Analyses of Contractual Application Properties (GW, AFLM, LD), pp. 152–170.
ASEASE-2008-EdwardsM #development #framework
A Methodology and Framework for Creating Domain-Specific Development Infrastructures (GE, NM), pp. 168–177.
ASEASE-2008-Hall #modelling #queue #realtime #specification #using #validation
Validating Real Time Specifications using Real Time Event Queue Modeling (RJH), pp. 79–88.
ASEASE-2008-KollmannG #specification #static analysis #student
A Specification Language for Static Analysis of Student Exercises (CK, MG), pp. 355–358.
ASEASE-2008-PradellaMP #bound #realtime #satisfiability #specification
Refining Real-Time System Specifications through Bounded Model- and Satisfiability-Checking (MP, AM, PSP), pp. 119–127.
CASECASE-2008-LjungkrantzAF #component #industrial #logic #programming #specification #verification
Formal specification and verification of components for industrial logic control programming (OL, , MF), pp. 935–940.
DACDAC-2008-ChongP #agile #float #generative
Rapid application specific floating-point unit generation with bit-alignment (YJC, SP), pp. 62–67.
DACDAC-2008-GerstlauerPSGNAN #implementation #specification
Specify-explore-refine (SER): from specification to implementation (AG, JP, DS, DG, AN, DA, YN), pp. 586–591.
DACDAC-2008-SauerGL #framework #functional #modelling #named #performance #using
SystemClick: a domain-specific framework for early exploration using functional performance models (CS, MG, HPL), pp. 480–485.
DATEDATE-2008-ClineCBTS #modelling
Transistor-Specific Delay Modeling for SSTA (BC, KC, DB, AT, SS), pp. 592–597.
DATEDATE-2008-CruzBCM #embedded #modelling #named #realtime #synthesis
ezRealtime: A Domain-Specific Modeling Tool for Embedded Hard Real-Time Software Synthesis (FC, RSB, LCC, PRMM), pp. 1510–1515.
DATEDATE-2008-IsrarH #design #embedded #reliability #specification
Specification and Design Considerations for Reliable Embedded Systems (AI, SAH), pp. 1111–1116.
DATEDATE-2008-SteinhorstH #model checking #specification #using
Model Checking of Analog Systems using an Analog Specification Language (SS, LH), pp. 324–329.
DATEDATE-2008-VillarJGK #specification #using
Heterogeneous System-level Specification Using SystemC (EV, AJ, CG, TK).
DATEDATE-2008-VogtW #configuration management #set
A Reconfigurable Application Specific Instruction Set Processor for Convolutional and Turbo Decoding in a SDR Environment (TV, NW), pp. 38–43.
DATEDATE-2008-WolinskiK #automation #configuration management
Automatic Selection of Application-Specific Reconfigurable Processor Extensions (CW, KK), pp. 1214–1219.
VLDBVLDB-2008-LoK #mining #specification
Mining patterns and rules for software specification discovery (DL, SCK), pp. 1609–1616.
CSEETCSEET-2008-SalamahG #education #model checking #specification #using
A Technique for Using Model Checkers to Teach Formal Specifications (SS, AQG), pp. 181–188.
FASEFASE-2008-FantechiGLMPT #approach #model checking #specification #verification
A Model Checking Approach for Verifying COWS Specifications (AF, SG, AL, FM, RP, FT), pp. 230–245.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2008-AntonikHLNW #complexity #problem #specification
Complexity of Decision Problems for Mixed and Modal Specifications (AA, MH, KGL, UN, AW), pp. 112–126.
CSMRCSMR-2008-MarchettoRT #empirical #maintenance #web
Comparing “Traditional” and Web Specific Fit Tables in Maintenance Tasks: A Preliminary Empirical Study (AM, FR, MT), pp. 284–288.
CSMRCSMR-2008-RatiuFJ #api #ontology
Extracting Domain Ontologies from Domain Specific APIs (DR, MF, JJ), pp. 203–212.
ICPCICPC-2008-AbadiNS #specification #traceability
A Traceability Technique for Specifications (AA, MN, YS), pp. 103–112.
ICSMEICSM-2008-Chan #maintenance #programming
Impact of programming and application-specific knowledge on maintenance effort: A hazard rate model (TC), pp. 47–56.
ICSMEICSM-2008-Lo #execution #mining #specification
Mining specifications in diversified formats from execution traces (DL), pp. 420–423.
ICSMEICSM-2008-MunozBB #aspect-oriented #framework #interactive #maintenance #specification
Improving maintenance in AOP through an interaction specification framework (FM, BB, OB), pp. 77–86.
PASTEPASTE-2008-LoM #mining #modelling #specification
Specification mining of symbolic scenario-based models (DL, SM), pp. 29–35.
WCREWCRE-2008-GeestVDV #domain-specific language #generative
Generating Version Convertors for Domain-Specific Languages (GdG, SV, AvD, EV), pp. 197–201.
FMFM-2008-AmtoftHRRHG #contract #data flow #specification
Specification and Checking of Software Contracts for Conditional Information Flow (TA, JH, ER, R, JH, DG), pp. 229–245.
FMFM-2008-FuriaPR #approximate #automation #specification #verification
Automated Verification of Dense-Time MTL Specifications Via Discrete-Time Approximation (CAF, MP, MR), pp. 132–147.
FMFM-2008-HarhurinH #consistency #product line #specification #towards
Towards Consistent Specifications of Product Families (AH, JH), pp. 390–405.
FMFM-2008-KuritaCN #development #mobile #specification
Application of a Formal Specification Language in the Development of the “Mobile FeliCa” IC Chip Firmware for Embedding in Mobile Phone (TK, MC, YN), pp. 425–429.
FMFM-2008-RudichDM #specification
Checking Well-Formedness of Pure-Method Specifications (AR, ÁD, PM), pp. 68–83.
FMFM-2008-TorlakCJ #declarative #satisfiability #specification
Finding Minimal Unsatisfiable Cores of Declarative Specifications (ET, FSHC, DJ), pp. 326–341.
SEFMSEFM-2008-KahsaiRS #product line #testing
Specification-Based Testing for Software Product Lines (TK, MR, BHS), pp. 149–158.
SEFMSEFM-2008-Salaun #generative #protocol #specification
Generation of Service Wrapper Protocols from Choreography Specifications (GS), pp. 313–322.
IFLIFL-2008-SvenssonSC #embedded #named #parallel #programming
Obsidian: A Domain Specific Embedded Language for Parallel Programming of Graphics Processors (JS, MS, KC), pp. 156–173.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2006-GuerraDL08 #domain-specific language #metric #specification #visual notation
Visual Specification of Metrics for Domain Specific Visual Languages (EG, PD, JdL), pp. 99–110.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2006-Varro08 #database #graph transformation #implementation #independence #plugin #query #using
Implementing an EJB3-Specific Graph Transformation Plugin by Using Database Independent Queries (GV), pp. 121–132.
CAiSECAiSE-2008-AndrikopoulosBP #evolution #specification
Managing the Evolution of Service Specifications (VA, SB, MPP), pp. 359–374.
CAiSECAiSE-2008-HalmansPS #adaptation #product line
Documenting Application-Specific Adaptations in Software Product Line Engineering (GH, KP, ES), pp. 109–123.
EDOCEDOC-2008-IacobJ #modelling #rule-based #specification
A Model-Driven Perspective on the Rule-Based Specification of Services (MEI, HJ), pp. 75–84.
EDOCEDOC-2008-OrriensY #collaboration #on the #quality #specification
On the Specification and Negotiation of Quality of Service for Collaborative Services (BO, JY), pp. 316–322.
EDOCEDOC-2008-Schacher #enterprise #modelling #specification
Integrated Enterprise Modelling Based on OMG Specifications (MS).
EDOCEDOC-2008-SchropferS
Introducing a Method to Derive an Enterprise-Specific SOA Operating Model (CS, MS), pp. 235–244.
ICEISICEIS-DISI-2008-LiuQLZWD #distributed #specification #visual notation
A Visual Specification Tool for Event-Condition-Action Rules Supporting Web-Based Distributed System (WL, YQ, XL, KZ, HW, GD), pp. 246–251.
ICEISICEIS-DISI-2008-SalemGB #concept #modelling #multi #specification #verification
Multi-Dimensional Modeling — Formal Specification and Verification of the Hierarchy Concept (AS, FG, HBA), pp. 317–322.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS1-2008-LiuKL #specification
A FAHP-Based Technology Selection and Specification Methodology (KCL, DFK, DL), pp. 161–168.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS2-2008-BrockeSC #analysis #framework #process #re-engineering #specification #towards
ECM Systems Analysis and Specification — Towards a Framework for Business Process Re-Engineering (JvB, AS, AC), pp. 345–350.
ICEISICEIS-J-2008-Eessaar08a #approach #metric #quality #specification
A Semiotic Approach to Quality in Specifications of Software Measures (EE), pp. 73–86.
CIKMCIKM-2008-ChalamallaNSR #identification
Identification of class specific discourse patterns (AC, SN, LVS, GR), pp. 1193–1202.
CIKMCIKM-2008-YatesJPCS #named #recommendation #smarttech #specification
SHOPSMART: product recommendations through technical specifications and user reviews (AY, JJ, AMP, ADC, NS), pp. 1501–1502.
ECIRECIR-2008-HuangSR #documentation #feedback #pseudo #query #robust
Robust Query-Specific Pseudo Feedback Document Selection for Query Expansion (QH, DS, SMR), pp. 547–554.
ECIRECIR-2008-MakrehchiK #automation #documentation
Automatic Extraction of Domain-Specific Stopwords from Labeled Documents (MM, MSK), pp. 222–233.
SEKESEKE-2008-BuchwalderP #modelling #named
MEtaGile: A Pragmatic Domain-specific Modeling Environment (OB, CP), pp. 764–768.
SEKESEKE-2008-FunkPC #execution #specification
Model Interpretation for Executable Observation Specifications (MF, PvdP, HC), pp. 785–790.
SEKESEKE-2008-GallegosOGRSV #generative #specification
A Property Specification Tool for Generating Formal Specifications: Prospec 2.0 (IG, OO, AQG, SR, SS, CV), pp. 273–278.
SEKESEKE-2008-KhwajaU #execution #modelling #named #specification
RealSpec: an Executable Specification Language for Modeling Resources (AAK, JEU), pp. 97–102.
SEKESEKE-2008-Mikolajczak #case study #collaboration #object-oriented #petri net #specification
Formal Specification of Object-oriented Systems with Collaborative Objects and Petri Nets — a Case Study (BM), pp. 267–272.
SIGIRSIGIR-2008-Kurland #approach #clustering #documentation #ranking
The opposite of smoothing: a language model approach to ranking query-specific document clusters (OK), pp. 171–178.
SIGIRSIGIR-2008-KurlandD #approach #clustering
A rank-aggregation approach to searching for optimal query-specific clusters (OK, CD), pp. 547–554.
BXBX-2008-Czarnecki1 #bidirectional #modelling
Bidirectional Transformations for Framework-Specific Modeling Languages (KC), p. 45.
BXBX-2008-Vallecillo1 #multi #specification
Realizing Correspondences in Multi-viewpoint Specifications (AV), p. 33.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2008-KuhnG #configuration management #modelling #simulation #testing
Model-Driven Platform-Specific Testing through Configurable Simulations (TK, RG), pp. 278–293.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2008-SadilekW #domain-specific language #modelling #prototype #visual notation
Prototyping Visual Interpreters and Debuggers for Domain-Specific Modelling Languages (DAS, GW), pp. 63–78.
MODELSMoDELS-2008-CombemaleBCDH #domain-specific language #policy #specification #uml
Autonomic Management Policy Specification: From UML to DSML (BC, LB, XC, MJD, DH), pp. 584–599.
MODELSMoDELS-2008-MouelhiFBT #deployment #framework #modelling #policy #security #specification #testing
A Model-Based Framework for Security Policy Specification, Deployment and Testing (TM, FF, BB, YLT), pp. 537–552.
MODELSMoDELS-2008-CombemaleBCDH #domain-specific language #policy #specification #uml
Autonomic Management Policy Specification: From UML to DSML (BC, LB, XC, MJD, DH), pp. 584–599.
MODELSMoDELS-2008-MouelhiFBT #deployment #framework #modelling #policy #security #specification #testing
A Model-Based Framework for Security Policy Specification, Deployment and Testing (TM, FF, BB, YLT), pp. 537–552.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2008-KrahnRV #composition #development #domain-specific language #named
MontiCore: Modular Development of Textual Domain Specific Languages (HK, BR, SV), pp. 297–315.
GPCEGPCE-2008-MercadalPCL #coordination #domain-specific language #named
Pantaxou: a domain-specific language for developing safe coordination services (JM, NP, CC, JLL), pp. 149–160.
GPCEGPCE-2008-ZhangAN #constraints #optimisation #theorem proving
From generic to specific: off-line optimization for a general constraint solver (YZ, TA, FN), pp. 45–54.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2008-LeuschelLOST #csp #specification #static analysis
The MEB and CEB Static Analysis for CSP Specifications (ML, ML, JO, JS, ST), pp. 103–118.
RERE-2008-KnaussB #quality #requirements #specification
Assessing the Quality of Software Requirements Specifications (EK, CEB), pp. 341–342.
RERE-2008-MukasaK #integration #requirements #specification #user interface
An Integration of Requirements and User Interface Specifications (KSM, HK), pp. 327–328.
RERE-2008-NhlabatsiLN #specification
Building Contingencies into Specifications (AN, RCL, BN), pp. 333–334.
RERE-2008-WolterSBK #requirements #reuse #specification
Reusing Terminology for Requirements Specifications from WordNet (KW, MS, DB, HK), pp. 325–326.
REFSQREFSQ-2008-ZachosMH #question #requirements #specification #web #web service
Discovering Web Services to Improve Requirements Specifications: Does It Help? (KZ, NAMM, RHM), pp. 168–182.
SACSAC-2008-BrotoHSPT #policy #specification
Autonomic management policy specification in Tune (LB, DH, PS, NDP, ST), pp. 1658–1663.
SACSAC-2008-ChenXN #analysis #detection #fault #specification
A detectability analysis of fault classes for Boolean specifications (ZC, BX, CN), pp. 826–830.
SACSAC-2008-DiasSCCA #approach #case study #specification
Elaboration of use case specifications: an approach based on use case fragments (FGD, EAS, MLMC, ALC, AJA), pp. 614–618.
SACSAC-2008-DingMH #approach #refinement #specification #using
An approach for specification construction using property-preserving refinement patterns (JD, LM, XH), pp. 797–803.
SACSAC-2008-FerreiraS #case study #requirements #specification
A requirements specification case study with ProjectIT-studio/requirements (DdAF, ARdS), pp. 656–657.
SACSAC-2008-KaiyaSOKK #analysis #quality #requirements #towards
Toward quality requirements analysis based on domain specific quality spectrum (HK, TS, AO, NK, KK), pp. 596–601.
SACSAC-2008-KemalisT #approach #detection #injection #named
SQL-IDS: a specification-based approach for SQL-injection detection (KK, TT), pp. 2153–2158.
SACSAC-2008-LiZC #case study #mining
Mining disease-specific molecular association profiles from biomedical literature: a case study (JL, XZ, JYC), pp. 1287–1291.
SACSAC-2008-LuizVS #framework #specification
Formal specification of DSP gateway for data transmission between processor cores of OMAP platform (SODL, GdMV, LDdS), pp. 1545–1549.
SACSAC-2008-Ngomo #multi
Knowledge-free discovery of domain-specific multiword units (ACNN), pp. 1561–1565.
SACSAC-2008-SykoraAS #embedded #pipes and filters
Dynamic configuration of application-specific implicit instructions for embedded pipelined processors (MS, GA, CS), pp. 1509–1516.
SACSAC-2008-TeleckenML #specification #visual notation
Applying markup language resources in the specification of visual alphabets and visual sentences (TLT, EVM, JVdL), pp. 222–227.
SACSAC-2008-VassevHP #specification #towards
Towards an ASSL specification model for NASA swarm-based exploration missions (EV, MH, JP), pp. 1652–1657.
FSEFSE-2008-KrishnamurthiFDY #alloy #implementation #named #specification
Alchemy: transmuting base alloy specifications into implementations (SK, KF, DJD, DY), pp. 158–169.
ICSEICSE-2008-GabelS #mining #specification
Symbolic mining of temporal specifications (MG, ZS), pp. 51–60.
ICSEICSE-2008-Grunske #probability #quality #specification
Specification patterns for probabilistic quality properties (LG), pp. 31–40.
ICSEICSE-2008-SankaranarayananIG #induction #library #logic programming #mining #specification #using
Mining library specifications using inductive logic programming (SS, FI, AG), pp. 131–140.
LDTALDTA-2007-HameyG08 #domain-specific language #experience #implementation #stratego #using
Implementing a Domain-Specific Language Using Stratego/XT: An Experience Paper (LGCH, SG), pp. 37–51.
SPLCSPLC-2008-HaugenMOOS #domain-specific language #standard #variability
Adding Standardized Variability to Domain Specific Languages (ØH, BMP, JO, GKO, AS), pp. 139–148.
SPLCSPLC-2008-SantosKL #automation #domain-specific language #generative #modelling
Automated Domain-Specific Modeling Languages for Generating Framework-Based Applications (ALS, KK, AL), pp. 149–158.
LCTESLCTES-2008-RajopadhyeGR #configuration management
A domain specific interconnect for reconfigurable computing (SVR, GG, LR), pp. 79–88.
PPoPPPPoPP-2008-LiDGK #specification #standard
Formal specification of the MPI-2.0 standard in TLA+ (GL, MD, GG, RMK), pp. 283–284.
ICLPICLP-2008-MontaliTACGLM #declarative #logic programming #specification #using #verification
Verification from Declarative Specifications Using Logic Programming (MM, PT, MA, FC, MG, EL, PM), pp. 440–454.
ICSTICST-2008-YuKZZ #algebra #component #java #specification #testing
Testing Java Components based on Algebraic Specifications (BY, LK, YZ, HZ), pp. 190–199.
CBSECBSE-2007-SeryP #behaviour #component #composition #slicing #specification
Slicing of Component Behavior Specification with Respect to Their Composition (OS, FP), pp. 189–202.
ECSAECSA-2007-MolesiniGCB #on the
On the Interplay of Crosscutting and MAS-Specific Styles (AM, AG, CC, TVB), pp. 317–320.
WICSAWICSA-2007-AlmeidaAGNML #approach #architecture #design #towards
Designing Domain-Specific Software Architecture (DSSA): Towards a New Approach (ESdA, , VCG, LMN, SRdLM, DL), p. 30.
ASEASE-2007-AntkiewiczBC #automation #modelling
Automatic extraction of framework-specific models from framework-based application code (MA, TTB, KC), pp. 214–223.
ASEASE-2007-ArcuriY #source code #specification #testing
Coevolving programs and unit tests from their specification (AA, XY), pp. 397–400.
ASEASE-2007-CharlesFS #eclipse #framework #ide #named
IMP: a meta-tooling platform for creating language-specific ides in eclipse (PC, RMF, SMSJ), pp. 485–488.
ASEASE-2007-HoskingG #domain-specific language #implementation #tool support #visual notation
Meta tools for implementing domain specific visual languages (JGH, JCG), p. 576.
ASEASE-2007-LauenrothP #automation #consistency #product line #requirements #specification #towards
Towards automated consistency checks of product line requirements specifications (KL, KP), pp. 373–376.
ASEASE-2007-LoMK #execution #mining #specification
Mining modal scenario-based specifications from execution traces of reactive systems (DL, SM, SCK), pp. 465–468.
ASEASE-2007-NakagawaTH #approach #generative #model transformation #modelling #requirements #specification
Formal specification generator for KAOS: model transformation approach to generate formal specifications from KAOS requirements models (HN, KT, SH), pp. 531–532.
CASECASE-2007-DotoliFM #identification #monitoring #on the #petri net #specification
On Line Identification of Discrete Event Systems via Petri Nets: an Application to Monitor Specification (MD, MPF, AMM), pp. 893–898.
CASECASE-2007-FalkmanLA #specification #using
Specification of Production Systems using PPN and Sequential Operation Charts (PF, BL, KA), pp. 20–25.
DACDAC-2007-ChandraiahD #flexibility #generative #parallel #specification
Designer-Controlled Generation of Parallel and Flexible Heterogeneous MPSoC Specification (PC, RD), pp. 787–790.
DATEDATE-2007-BloemGJPPW #automation #case study #hardware #interactive #specification #synthesis
Interactive presentation: Automatic hardware synthesis from specifications: a case study (RB, SJG, BJ, NP, AP, MW), pp. 1188–1193.
DATEDATE-2007-ChenSN #behaviour #composition #semantics #specification
Compositional specification of behavioral semantics (KC, JS, SN), pp. 906–911.
DATEDATE-2007-ChongP #automation #float #generative
Automatic application specific floating-point unit generation (YJC, SP), pp. 461–466.
DATEDATE-2007-FeiS #architecture #monitoring #set
Microarchitectural support for program code integrity monitoring in application-specific instruction set processors (YF, ZJS), pp. 815–820.
DATEDATE-2007-IndrusiakTG #behaviour #execution #interactive #modelling #specification #uml
Interactive presentation: Executable system-level specification models containing UML-based behavioral patterns (LSI, AT, MG), pp. 301–306.
DATEDATE-2007-ZilicRK #specification
Reversible circuit technology mapping from non-reversible specifications (ZZ, KR, AK), pp. 558–563.
WRLAWRLA-J-2004-CervesatoS07 #dependent type #logic #representation #specification
Representing the MSR cryptoprotocol specification language in an extension of rewriting logic with dependent types (IC, MOS), pp. 3–35.
FASEFASE-2007-BurdyHP #behaviour #bytecode #design #interface #java #specification
Preliminary Design of BML: A Behavioral Interface Specification Language for Java Bytecode (LB, MH, MP), pp. 215–229.
FASEFASE-2007-KleinG #diagrams #specification #using
Joint Structural and Temporal Property Specification Using Timed Story Scenario Diagrams (FK, HG), pp. 185–199.
FASEFASE-2007-Whittle #case study #precise #specification
Precise Specification of Use Case Scenarios (JW), pp. 170–184.
TACASTACAS-2007-FriasPM #alloy #analysis #specification #verification
Alloy Analyzer+PVS in the Analysis and Verification of Alloy Specifications (MFF, CLP, MMM), pp. 587–601.
CSMRCSMR-2007-AoumeurBS #adaptation #component #distributed #incremental #information management #runtime #specification #validation
Incremental Specification Validation and Runtime Adaptivity of Distributed Component Information systems (NA, KB, GS), pp. 123–136.
PLDIPLDI-2007-RamanathanGJ #mining #specification #using
Static specification inference using predicate mining (MKR, AG, SJ), pp. 123–134.
LATALATA-2007-TabakovV #model checking #specification
Model Checking Buechi Specifications (DT, MYV), pp. 565–576.
IFMIFM-2007-AuSC #precise #specification
Precise Scenarios — A Customer-Friendly Foundation for Formal Specifications (OA, RS, JC), pp. 21–36.
IFMIFM-2007-Bruckner #concurrent #realtime #slicing #specification #verification
Slicing Concurrent Real-Time System Specifications for Verification (IB), pp. 54–74.
IFMIFM-2007-CavarraW #behaviour #modelling #specification
Behavioural Specifications from Class Models (AC, JW), pp. 118–137.
IFMIFM-2007-CouchotD #specification
Guiding the Correction of Parameterized Specifications (JFC, FD), pp. 176–194.
IFMIFM-2007-FaberJS #data type #parametricity #specification #verification
Verifying CSP-OZ-DC Specifications with Complex Data Types and Timing Parameters (JF, SJ, VSS), pp. 233–252.
IFMIFM-2007-Metzler #specification #verification
Decomposing Integrated Specifications for Verification (BM), pp. 459–479.
IFMIFM-2007-PlaggeL #model checking #specification #using #validation
Validating Z Specifications Using the ProBAnimator and Model Checker (DP, ML), pp. 480–500.
SEFMSEFM-2007-BujorianuB #embedded #framework #specification
An Integrated Specification Framework for Embedded Systems (MCB, MLB), pp. 161–172.
SEFMSEFM-2007-Hameurlain #behaviour #component #flexibility #protocol #specification
Flexible Behavioural Compatibility and Substitutability for Component Protocols: A Formal Specification (NH), pp. 391–400.
SEFMSEFM-2007-KahsaiRS #refinement #testing
Specification-based testing for refinement (TK, MR, BHS), pp. 237–246.
SEFMSEFM-2007-Lano #diagrams #interactive #specification #using
Formal Specification using Interaction Diagrams (KL), pp. 293–304.
SEFMSEFM-2007-PernaG #model checking #specification
Model Checking RAISE Applicative Specifications (JIP, CG), pp. 257–268.
ICFPICFP-2007-PlasmeijerAK #execution #interactive #named #specification #web
iTasks: executable specifications of interactive work flow systems for the web (RP, PA, PWMK), pp. 141–152.
LISPILC-2007-MehnertB #domain-specific language
A domain-specific language for manipulation of binary data in Dylan (HM, AB), p. 22.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2007-AndresLG #domain-specific language #visual notation
Domain Specific Languages with Graphical and Textual Views (FPA, JdL, EG), pp. 82–97.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2007-BoddenV #automaton #monitoring #runtime #specification #timeline
Transforming Timeline Specifications into Automata for Runtime Monitoring (EB, HV), pp. 249–264.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2007-TaentzerCSE #editing #generative
Generating Domain-Specific Model Editors with Complex Editing Commands (GT, AC, RS, CE), pp. 98–103.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2007-TaentzerMM #graph transformation #refactoring #specification
Specifying Domain-Specific Refactorings for AndroMDA Based on Graph Transformation (GT, DM, TM), pp. 104–119.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2007-KraemerH #collaboration #execution #specification #state machine
Transforming Collaborative Service Specifications into Efficiently Executable State Machines (FAK, PH).
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2007-LaraGB #generative #graph grammar #specification
Triple Patterns: Compact Specifications for the Generation of Operational Triple Graph Grammar Rules (JdL, EG, PB).
HCIHCI-IDU-2007-DittmarG #effectiveness #integration #modelling #object-oriented #specification
Effective Integration of Task-Based Modeling and Object-Oriented Specifications (AD, AG), pp. 1092–1101.
HCIHIMI-IIE-2007-ProctorVA #privacy #specification #usability
Usability of User Agents for Privacy-Preference Specification (RWP, KPLV, MAA), pp. 766–776.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-Fleischmann #modelling #specification
Model Based HMI Specification in an Automotive Context (TF), pp. 31–39.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2007-HolmesW #dependence #source code
Task-specific source code dependency investigation (RH, RJW), pp. 100–107.
EDOCEDOC-2007-BrottierBTTN #multi #specification
Producing a Global Requirement Model from Multiple Requirement Specifications (EB, BB, YLT, DT, BN), pp. 390–404.
ICEISICEIS-AIDSS-2007-Cebulla #coordination #reasoning #semantics #specification #towards
Reactive Commonsense Reasoning — Towards Semantic Coordination with High-Level Specifications (MC), pp. 113–118.
ICEISICEIS-EIS-2007-AddinquyT #enterprise #requirements #specification #using
Reducing Requirements to EIS Specifications GAP Using RM-ODP Enterprise Viewpoint (CA, BT), pp. 31–38.
ICEISICEIS-EIS-2007-RychkovaW #automation #refinement #specification #towards #visual notation
Refinement Propagation — Towards Automated Construction of Visual Specifications (IR, AW), pp. 196–204.
ICEISICEIS-J-2007-TraversonA #requirements #specification #using
Linking Requirements to EIS Specifications Using Correspondence Rules (BT, CA), pp. 276–285.
ICEISICEIS-SAIC-2007-Baghdadi #architecture #monitoring #specification #web #web service
Specification of a Tool for Monitoring and Managing a Web Services Architecture (YB), pp. 51–56.
ICEISICEIS-SAIC-2007-BoukadiGMB #petri net #specification #using #verification #web #web service
Specification and Verification of Views over Composite Web Services Using High Level Petri-Nets (KB, CG, ZM, DB), pp. 107–112.
ICEISICEIS-SAIC-2007-DrumondGL #case study #modelling #recommendation #specification
A Case Study on the Application of the MAAEM Methodology for the Specification Modeling of Recommender Systems in the Legal Domain (LD, RG, AL), pp. 155–160.
CIKMCIKM-2007-AltingovdeOCYU #approach #automation #web
An automatic approach to construct domain-specific web portals (ISA, RO, SC, HY, ÖU), pp. 849–852.
CIKMCIKM-2007-PriceNDV #component #documentation #retrieval #semantics
Semantic components enhance retrieval of domain-specific documents (SP, MLN, LMLD, PV), pp. 429–438.
KDDKDD-2007-LoKL #mining #performance #specification
Efficient mining of iterative patterns for software specification discovery (DL, SCK, CL), pp. 460–469.
KDDKDD-2007-MoserGE #analysis #clustering #specification
Joint cluster analysis of attribute and relationship data withouta-priori specification of the number of clusters (FM, RG, ME), pp. 510–519.
SEKESEKE-2007-Draheim #process #specification #towards
Towards Seamless Business Process and Dialogue Specification (DD), p. 402–?.
SEKESEKE-2007-KirnerC #empirical #evaluation #requirements #specification #uml
Evaluation of the OORT Techniques for Inspection of Requirements Specifications in UML: an Empirical Study (TGK, ERdC), p. 649–?.
SEKESEKE-2007-LeitaoTB #named #natural language #specification #testing
NLForSpec: Translating Natural Language Descriptions into Formal Test Case Specifications (DL, DT, FdAB), pp. 129–134.
SEKESEKE-2007-LiangS #aspect-oriented #composition #detection #specification
Modular Specification of Aspect-oriented Systems and Aspect Conflicts Detection (HL, JS), pp. 77–80.
SEKESEKE-2007-LimCR #automation #case study #diagrams #documentation #generative #specification
Automatic Generation of Use Case Diagrams from English Specifications Document (NRTL, CTC, JAER), pp. 203–208.
SEKESEKE-2007-SalamahKG #generative #linear #logic #specification
Generating Linear Temporal Logic Formulas for Pattern-Based Specifications (SS, VK, AQG), pp. 422–427.
SEKESEKE-2007-Urban #education #research #specification
A View on Software Specification Research and Education Advancement (JU), p. 1.
SEKESEKE-2007-VasconcelosW #architecture #evaluation #quality #specification
Architectural Elements Recovery and Quality Evaluation to Assist in Reference Architectures Specification (APVdV, CMLW), pp. 494–499.
SEKESEKE-2007-YeL #product line #specification
A Formal Specification for Product Configuration in Software Product Lines (HY, YL), pp. 221–226.
SIGIRSIGIR-2007-HuangSZSR #reduction
Dimensionality reduction for dimension-specific search (ZH, HTS, XZ, DS, SMR), pp. 849–850.
SIGIRSIGIR-2007-PhanBW #comprehension #query
Understanding the relationship of information need specificity to search query length (NP, PB, RW), pp. 709–710.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2007-AchilleosGY #development #framework #modelling #open source #tool support
An Open Source Domain-Specific Tools Framework to Support Model Driven Development of OSS (AA, NG, KY), pp. 1–16.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2007-ScheidgenF #semantics #specification
Human Comprehensible and Machine Processable Specifications of Operational Semantics (MS, JF), pp. 157–171.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2007-Warmer #domain-specific language #modelling #using
A Model Driven Software Factory Using Domain Specific Languages (JW), pp. 194–203.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-BatoriTA #configuration management #modelling
Domain Specific Modeling Methodology for Reconfigurable Networked Systems (GB, ZT, DA), pp. 316–330.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-CorreaWB #empirical #ocl #refactoring #smell #specification
An Empirical Study of the Impact of OCL Smells and Refactorings on the Understandability of OCL Specifications (ALC, CW, MdOB), pp. 76–90.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-HessellundCW #development #domain-specific language #multi
Guided Development with Multiple Domain-Specific Languages (AH, KC, AW), pp. 46–60.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-BatoriTA #configuration management #modelling
Domain Specific Modeling Methodology for Reconfigurable Networked Systems (GB, ZT, DA), pp. 316–330.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-CorreaWB #empirical #ocl #refactoring #smell #specification
An Empirical Study of the Impact of OCL Smells and Refactorings on the Understandability of OCL Specifications (ALC, CW, MdOB), pp. 76–90.
MODELSMoDELS-2007-HessellundCW #development #domain-specific language #multi
Guided Development with Multiple Domain-Specific Languages (AH, KC, AW), pp. 46–60.
ECOOPECOOP-2007-CottenierBE #behaviour #implementation #specification
Joinpoint Inference from Behavioral Specification to Implementation (TC, AvdB, TE), pp. 476–500.
ECOOPECOOP-2007-LinB #data flow #domain-specific language #named
DirectFlow: A Domain-Specific Language for Information-Flow Systems (CKL, APB), pp. 299–322.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2007-LeffR #domain-specific language #named #relational #visual notation
Webrb: evaluating a visual domain-specific language for building relational web-applications (AL, JTR), pp. 281–300.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2007-Vicente-ChicoteMA #modelling #named #pretty-printing #requirements #specification #validation
REMM-Studio: an Integrated Model-Driven Environment for Requirements Specification, Validation and Formatting (CVC, BM, JATÁ), pp. 437–454.
RERE-2007-HoWA #performance #requirements #specification
Improving Performance Requirements Specifications from Field Failure Reports (CWH, LW, AIA), pp. 79–88.
RERE-2007-JuretaFT #adaptation #requirements #specification
Dynamic Requirements Specification for Adaptable and Open Service Systems (IJ, SF, PT), pp. 381–382.
RERE-2007-Rashid #collaboration #named #requirements #specification #towards #visual notation
OpenProposal: Towards Collaborative End-User Participation in Requirements Management By Usage of Visual Requirement Specifications (AR), pp. 371–374.
REFSQREFSQ-2007-BoydZG #constraints #requirements #specification
Optimal-Constraint Lexicons for Requirements Specifications (SB, DZ, VG), pp. 203–217.
REFSQREFSQ-2007-JonesMMG #modelling #process #scalability #specification
Informing the Specification of a Large-Scale Socio-technical System with Models of Human Activity (SJ, NAMM, SM, JG), pp. 175–189.
REFSQREFSQ-2007-Poppleton #development #feature model #specification #towards
Towards Feature-Oriented Specification and Development with Event-B (MP), pp. 367–381.
SACSAC-2007-ArnautovicKFPS #communication #specification #towards
Gradual transition towards autonomic software systems based on high-level communication specification (EA, HK, JF, RP, AS), pp. 84–89.
SACSAC-2007-CicchettiR #detection #modelling #specification #weaving
Weaving models in conflict detection specifications (AC, AR), pp. 1035–1036.
SACSAC-2007-IeongL #forensics
Deriving cse-specific live forensics investigation procedures from FORZA (RSCI, HCL), pp. 175–180.
SACSAC-2007-MorimotoSGC #security #specification #verification
Formal verification of security specifications with common criteria (SM, SS, YG, JC), pp. 1506–1512.
SACSAC-2007-ParkPS #reuse #specification
Extending reusable asset specification to improve software reuse (SP, SP, VS), pp. 1473–1478.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2007-AcharyaXPX #api #mining #partial order #source code #specification
Mining API patterns as partial orders from source code: from usage scenarios to specifications (MA, TX, JP, JX), pp. 25–34.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2007-AldrichBGLS #component #specification #verification
Specification and verification of component-based systems 2007 (JA, MB, DG, GTL, NS), pp. 609–610.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2007-ChristodorescuJK #behaviour #mining #specification
Mining specifications of malicious behavior (MC, SJ, CK), pp. 5–14.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2007-HartmanKP #automation #testing
Domain specific approaches to software test automation (AH, MK, AMP), pp. 621–622.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2007-UzuncaovaGKB #approach #product line #testing
A specification-based approach to testing software product lines (EU, DG, SK, DSB), pp. 525–528.
GTTSEGTTSE-2007-Visser #case study #domain-specific language #named
WebDSL: A Case Study in Domain-Specific Language Engineering (EV), pp. 291–373.
GTTSEGTTSE-2007-Wachsmuth #domain-specific language #modelling #semantics
Modelling the Operational Semantics of Domain-Specific Modelling Languages (GW), pp. 506–520.
ICSEICSE-2007-GrundyH #diagrams #sketching #visual notation
Supporting Generic Sketching-Based Input of Diagrams in a Domain-Specific Visual Language Meta-Tool (JCG, JGH), pp. 282–291.
ICSEICSE-2007-KarailaS #case study #experience #industrial #metaprogramming #visual notation
Applying Template Meta-Programming Techniques for a Domain-Specific Visual Language — An Industrial Experience Report (MK, TS), pp. 571–580.
ICSEICSE-2007-LeavensM #information management #interface #specification
Information Hiding and Visibility in Interface Specifications (GTL, PM), pp. 385–395.
ICSEICSE-2007-NejatiSCEZ #specification
Matching and Merging of Statecharts Specifications (SN, MS, MC, SME, PZ), pp. 54–64.
ICSEICSE-2007-UzuncaovaK #declarative #named #slicing #specification
Kato: A Program Slicing Tool for Declarative Specifications (EU, SK), pp. 767–770.
HPCAHPCA-2007-JinKY #design #network #scalability
A Domain-Specific On-Chip Network Design for Large Scale Cache Systems (YJ, EJK, KHY), pp. 318–327.
HPDCHPDC-2007-AldermanL #strict
Task-specific restricted delegation (IDA, ML), pp. 243–244.
HPDCHPDC-2007-HuangCC #generative #grid #specification
Generating grid resource requirement specifications (RYH, AAC, HC), pp. 233–234.
ISMMISMM-2007-SingerBWC #garbage collection
Intelligent selection of application-specific garbage collectors (JS, GB, IW, JC), pp. 91–102.
AMOSTAMOST-2007-WijesekeraASF #model checking #specification #testing
Relating counterexamples to test cases in CTL model checking specifications (DW, PA, LS, GF), pp. 75–84.
CAVCAV-2007-LeavensKP #behaviour #composition #functional #java #ml #specification #tutorial #verification
A JML Tutorial: Modular Specification and Verification of Functional Behavior for Java (GTL, JRK, EP), p. 37.
CAVCAV-2007-OuimetL #realtime #simulation #specification #tool support #verification
The TASM Toolset: Specification, Simulation, and Formal Verification of Real-Time Systems (MO, KL), pp. 126–130.
ICLPICLP-2007-West #animation #logic programming #programming language #specification
The Use of a Logic Programming Language in the Animation of Z Specifications (MMW), pp. 451–452.
ISSTAISSTA-2007-ShohamYFP #abstraction #mining #specification #using
Static specification mining using automata-based abstractions (SS, EY, SF, MP), pp. 174–184.
MBTMBT-2007-DadeauLB #java #ml #specification #testing #using
Measuring a Java Test Suite Coverage Using JML Specifications (FD, YL, LdB), pp. 21–32.
MBTMBT-2007-OuimetL #automation #consistency #satisfiability #specification #state machine #using #verification
Automated Verification of Completeness and Consistency of Abstract State Machine Specifications using a SAT Solver (MO, KL), pp. 85–97.
RTARTA-2007-HendrixM #on the #order #specification
On the Completeness of Context-Sensitive Order-Sorted Specifications (JH, JM), pp. 229–245.
TAPTAP-2007-BeckertG #black box #specification #testing
White-Box Testing by Combining Deduction-Based Specification Extraction and Black-Box Testing (BB, CG), pp. 207–216.
TAPTAP-2007-OstroffT #requirements #specification
Testable Requirements and Specifications (JSO, FAT), pp. 17–40.
TAPTAP-2007-SatpathyBLR #automation #specification #testing
Automatic Testing from Formal Specifications (MS, MJB, ML, SR), pp. 95–113.
FATESTestCom-FATES-2007-ConstantJJ #automation #generative #interprocedural #specification #testing
Automatic Test Generation from Interprocedural Specifications (CC, BJ, TJ), pp. 41–57.
FATESTestCom-FATES-2007-FalconeFMR #composition #framework #specification #testing
A Compositional Testing Framework Driven by Partial Specifications (YF, JCF, LM, JLR), pp. 107–122.
CBSECBSE-2006-GarciaLDSAFM #architecture #component #specification
From Specification to Experimentation: A Software Component Search Engine Architecture (VCG, DL, FAD, ECRS, ESdA, RPdMF, SRdLM), pp. 82–97.
QoSAQoSA-2006-KoziolekHB #component #parametricity #performance #specification
Parameter Dependent Performance Specifications of Software Components (HK, JH, SB), pp. 163–179.
ASEASE-2006-Antkiewicz #modelling #using
Round-Trip Engineering of Framework-Based Software using Framework-Specific Modeling Languages (MA), pp. 323–326.
ASEASE-2006-FalbRA #automation #design #interactive #specification #synthesis #user interface #using
Using communicative acts in interaction design specifications for automated synthesis of user interfaces (JF, TR, EA), pp. 261–264.
ASEASE-2006-Futatsugi #proving #specification #verification
Verifying Specifications with Proof Scores in CafeOBJ (KF), pp. 3–10.
ASEASE-2006-GrundyHZL #editing #generative #specification #visual notation
Generating Domain-Specific Visual Language Editors from High-level Tool Specifications (JCG, JGH, NZ, NL), pp. 25–36.
ASEASE-2006-LaurentSW #automation #constraints #functional #generative #specification #testing
A methodology for automated test generation guided by functional coverage constraints at specification level (OL, CS, VW), pp. 285–288.
ASEASE-2006-LedruB #execution #generative #named #specification
Tobias-Z: An executable formal specification of a test generator (YL, LdB), pp. 353–354.
ASEASE-2006-PenseriniPSM #multi #specification
From Capability Specifications to Code for Multi-Agent Software (LP, AP, AS, JM), pp. 253–256.
ASEASE-2006-RobbyDH #framework #model checking #using
Domain-specific Model Checking Using The Bogor Framework (R, MBD, JH), pp. 369–370.
ASEASE-2006-WinbladhAZR #approach #automation #testing
An Automated Approach for Goal-driven, Specification-based Testing (KW, TAA, HZ, DJR), pp. 289–292.
CASECASE-2006-Wen #collaboration #design #problem #research
A Model for Industry-University Collaborative Research: Transforming Specific Problem Solution into Broad Design Methodologies (JTW), p. 1.
DACDAC-2006-BanerjeePDKD #game studies #generative #specification #testing
Test generation games from formal specifications (AB, BP, SD, AK, PD), pp. 827–832.
DACDAC-2006-ChangSC #design #evaluation #trade-off
Evaluation and design trade-offs between circuit-switched and packet-switched NOCs for application-specific SOCs (KCC, JSS, TFC), pp. 143–148.
DACDAC-2006-ChoCCV #cost analysis #embedded #energy #power management
High-level power management of embedded systems with application-specific energy cost functions (YC, NC, CC, SBKV), pp. 568–573.
DACDAC-2006-GuptaGP #agile #estimation #specification
Rapid estimation of control delay from high-level specifications (GRG, MG, PRP), pp. 455–458.
DACDAC-2006-HerreraV #embedded #framework #modelling #specification
A framework for embedded system specification under different models of computation in SystemC (FH, EV), pp. 911–914.
DATEDATE-2006-BalarinP #functional #generative #interface #specification #verification
Functional verification methodology based on formal interface specification and transactor generation (FB, RP), pp. 1013–1018.
DATEDATE-2006-Benini #design
Application specific NoC design (LB), pp. 491–495.
DATEDATE-2006-BiswasDIP #architecture #automation #functional #identification
Automatic identification of application-specific functional units with architecturally visible storage (PB, NDD, PI, LP), pp. 212–217.
DATEDATE-2006-Morin-AlloryB #monitoring #specification
Proven correct monitors from PSL specifications (KMA, DB), pp. 1246–1251.
DATEDATE-2006-Muller-Glaser #design #modelling
Domain specific model driven design for automotive electronic control units (KDMG), p. 557.
DATEDATE-2006-PasrichaD #architecture #communication #memory management #named
COSMECA: application specific co-synthesis of memory and communication architectures for MPSoC (SP, NDD), pp. 700–705.
DATEDATE-2006-RadhakrishnanGP #multi
Customization of application specific heterogeneous multi-pipeline processors (SR, HG, SP), pp. 746–751.
DATEDATE-2006-ThornbergO #memory management #realtime #specification #video
Impact of bit-width specification on the memory hierarchy for a real-time video processing system (BT, MO), pp. 752–753.
DATEDATE-2006-VandierendonckML #configuration management
Application-specific reconfigurable XOR-indexing to eliminate cache conflict misses (HV, PM, JDL), pp. 357–362.
DATEDATE-2006-WehrmeisterPB #embedded #generative #java #object-oriented #optimisation #realtime #specification
Optimizing the generation of object-oriented real-time embedded applications based on the real-time specification for Java (MAW, CEP, LBB), pp. 806–811.
DATEDATE-DF-2006-DumitrascuBPBJ #flexibility #framework #performance
Flexible MPSoC platform with fast interconnect exploration for optimal system performance for a specific application (FD, IB, LP, MB, AAJ), pp. 166–171.
DATEDATE-DF-2006-KappenN #implementation
Application specific instruction processor based implementation of a GNSS receiver on an FPGA (GK, TGN), pp. 58–63.
DATEDATE-DF-2006-LennardBFIUSWFRB #design #integration #proving #specification
Industrially proving the SPIRIT consortium specifications for design chain integration (CKL, VB, SF, MI, CU, MS, JW, OF, FR, PB), pp. 142–147.
DATEDATE-DF-2006-OetjensGR #design #flexibility #rule-based #specification
Flexible specification and application of rule-based transformations in an automotive design flow (JHO, JG, WR), pp. 82–87.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2006-DeutschSVZ #data-driven #interactive #specification #verification #web
A system for specification and verification of interactive, data-driven web applications (AD, LS, VV, DZ), pp. 772–774.
FASEFASE-2006-BoronatCR #algebra #model transformation #specification
Algebraic Specification of a Model Transformation Engine (AB, JÁC, IR), pp. 262–277.
FASEFASE-2006-HallstromST #design pattern #implementation #specification
Amplifying the Benefits of Design Patterns: From Specification Through Implementation (JOH, NS, BT), pp. 214–229.
FASEFASE-2006-IwataSF #automation #development #generative #specification #tutorial
Automatic Generation of Tutorial Systems from Development Specification (HI, JS, YF), pp. 79–92.
TACASTACAS-2006-BolligKSS #named #specification
MSCan — A Tool for Analyzing MSC Specifications (BB, CK, MS, VS), pp. 455–458.
ICSMEICSM-2006-Xie #automation #effectiveness #specification #testing
Improving Effectiveness of Automated Software Testing in the Absence of Specifications (TX), pp. 355–359.
WCREWCRE-2006-LoK #assessment #empirical #named #specification
QUARK: Empirical Assessment of Automaton-based Specification Miners (DL, SCK), pp. 51–60.
ICALPICALP-v1-2006-GairingMT #game studies #latency #linear
Routing (Un-) Splittable Flow in Games with Player-Specific Linear Latency Functions (MG, BM, KT), pp. 501–512.
FMFM-2006-AiguierBG #interactive #specification #static analysis
Feature Specification and Static Analysis for Interaction Resolution (MA, KB, PLG), pp. 364–379.
FMFM-2006-BannwartM #refactoring #source code #specification
Changing Programs Correctly: Refactoring with Specifications (FB, PM), pp. 492–507.
FMFM-2006-BouquetDL #automation #bound #generative #ml #specification #testing
Automated Boundary Test Generation from JML Specifications (FB, FD, BL), pp. 428–443.
ICGTICGT-2006-JakobKS #graph grammar #specification
Non-materialized Model View Specification with Triple Graph Grammars (JJ, AK, AS), pp. 321–335.
CHICHI-2006-EngLTCHV #adaptation #automation #behaviour #generative #performance #predict
Generating automated predictions of behavior strategically adapted to specific performance objectives (KE, RLL, IT, AC, AH, AHV), pp. 621–630.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2006-LiWQLYZZ #java #runtime #source code #specification #verification
Runtime Verification of Java Programs for Scenario-Based Specifications (XL, LW, XQ, BL, JY, JZ, GZ), pp. 94–105.
CAiSECAiSE-2006-AckermannT #behaviour #component #library #ocl #specification
A Library of OCL Specification Patterns for Behavioral Specification of Software Components (JA, KT), pp. 255–269.
EDOCEDOC-2006-JanieschDGL #documentation #enterprise #process #specification #towards
Integrated Configuration of Enterprise Systems for Interoperability — Towards Process Model and Business Document Specification Alignment (CJ, AD, UG, SL), pp. 445–448.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2006-AkhlakiTT #algebra #design #modelling #process #realtime #specification #uml
Design of Real-Time Systems by Systematic Transformation of UML/RT Models into Simple Timed Process Algebra System Specifications (KBA, MICT, JAHT), pp. 290–297.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2006-CruzLW #contract #specification #visual notation
Visual Contracts — A Way to Reason about States and Cardinalities in IT System Specifications (JDDlC, LSL, AW), pp. 298–303.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2006-MunozP #framework #pervasive
Applying Software Factories to Pervasive Systems: A Platform Specific Framework (JM, VP), pp. 337–342.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2006-ReiterKRSS #framework #generative #model transformation
A Generator Framework for Domain-Specific Model Transformation Languages (TR, EK, WR, WS, MS), pp. 27–35.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2006-SoeiroBM #composition #specification #xml
An XML-Based Language for Specification and Composition of Aspectual Concerns (ES, ISB, AMDM), pp. 410–419.
CIKMCIKM-2006-DangLLHC #clustering #similarity
Query-specific clustering of search results based on document-context similarity scores (EKFD, RWPL, DLL, KSH, SCfC), pp. 886–887.
CIKMCIKM-2006-VaradarajanH #documentation #summary
A system for query-specific document summarization (RV, VH), pp. 622–631.
CIKMCIKM-2006-YanSL #concept #documentation #information retrieval #readability
Concept-based document readability in domain specific information retrieval (XY, DS, XL), pp. 540–549.
ECIRECIR-2006-BoumaR #classification
Specificity Helps Text Classification (LB, MdR), pp. 539–542.
ECIRECIR-2006-WangR #documentation #retrieval
Context-Specific Frequencies and Discriminativeness for the Retrieval of Structured Documents (JW, TR), pp. 579–582.
ICMLICML-2006-LeeGW #classification #using
Using query-specific variance estimates to combine Bayesian classifiers (CHL, RG, SW), pp. 529–536.
ICPRICPR-v1-2006-DhuaC #multi #recognition
Hierarchical, Generic to Specific Multi-class Object Recognition (AD, FC), pp. 783–788.
ICPRICPR-v2-2006-SanguansatAJM #2d #analysis #component #recognition
Class-Specific Subspace-Based Two-Dimensional Principal Component Analysis for Face Recognition (PS, WA, SJ, SM), pp. 1246–1249.
ICPRICPR-v2-2006-WimmerRB #approach #classification
A Person and Context Specific Approach for Skin Color Classification (MW, BR, MB), pp. 39–42.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-Gonzalez-JimenezA #authentication
Pose Correction and Subject-Specific Features for Face Authentication (DGJ, JLAC), pp. 602–605.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-HocquetRC #estimation #parametricity #problem
Estimation of User Specific Parameters in One-class Problems (SH, JYR, HC), pp. 449–452.
SEKESEKE-2006-JavedMSB #context-free grammar #domain-specific language #incremental
Incrementally Inferring Context-Free Grammars for Domain-Specific Languages (FJ, MM, APS, BRB), pp. 363–368.
SEKESEKE-2006-MokhatiBG #approach #diagrams #maude #specification #uml
Translating UML Diagrams Into Maude Formal Specifications: A Systematic Approach (FM, MB, PG), pp. 572–577.
SEKESEKE-2006-SadaouiS #implementation #java #specification
Implementation of CafeOBJ Specifications to Java Code (SS, SS), pp. 446–449.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2006-BoronatOGRC #algebra #eclipse #framework #modelling #ocl #query #specification
An Algebraic Specification of Generic OCL Queries Within the Eclipse Modeling Framework (AB, JO, AG, IR, JÁC), pp. 316–330.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2006-BraheO #modelling #process #uml
Business Process Modeling: Defining Domain Specific Modeling Languages by Use of UML Profiles (SB, ), pp. 241–255.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-AntkiewiczC #modelling
Framework-Specific Modeling Languages with Round-Trip Engineering (MA, KC), pp. 692–706.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-ElaasarBL #approach #metamodelling #specification
A Metamodeling Approach to Pattern Specification (ME, LCB, YL), pp. 484–498.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-Kosiuczenko #ocl #specification #variability
Specification of Invariability in OCL (PK), pp. 676–691.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-AntkiewiczC #modelling
Framework-Specific Modeling Languages with Round-Trip Engineering (MA, KC), pp. 692–706.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-ElaasarBL #approach #metamodelling #specification
A Metamodeling Approach to Pattern Specification (ME, LCB, YL), pp. 484–498.
MODELSMoDELS-2006-Kosiuczenko #ocl #specification #variability
Specification of Invariability in OCL (PK), pp. 676–691.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2006-CavazosO #compilation #using
Method-specific dynamic compilation using logistic regression (JC, MFPO), pp. 229–240.
QAPLQAPL-2005-AghaMS06 #named #object-oriented #probability #specification
PMaude: Rewrite-based Specification Language for Probabilistic Object Systems (GAA, JM, KS), pp. 213–239.
QAPLQAPL-2005-GruhnL06 #specification
Patterns for Timed Property Specifications (VG, RL), pp. 117–133.
GPCEGPCE-2006-BarronC #domain-specific language #named #pervasive
YABS: a domain-specific language for pervasive computing based on stigmergy (PB, VC), pp. 285–294.
GPCEGPCE-2006-JouaultBK #domain-specific language #named #specification
TCS: a DSL for the specification of textual concrete syntaxes in model engineering (FJ, JB, IK), pp. 249–254.
GPCEGPCE-2006-ReppyS #generative #interface
Application-specific foreign-interface generation (JHR, CS), pp. 49–58.
QAPLQAPL-2006-AldiniB #component #metric #performance #specification
Component-Oriented Specification of Performance Measures (AA, MB), pp. 27–43.
POPLPOPL-2006-BishopFNSSW #implementation #logic #specification #testing
Engineering with logic: HOL specification and symbolic-evaluation testing for TCP implementations (SB, MF, MN, PS, MS, KW), pp. 55–66.
SACSAC-2006-BaloghVVP #compilation #model transformation #plugin
Compiling model transformations to EJB3-specific transformer plugins (AB, GV, DV, AP), pp. 1288–1295.
SACSAC-2006-BurdyP #bytecode #java #specification #verification
Java bytecode specification and verification (LB, MP), pp. 1835–1839.
SACSAC-2006-DelavalR #domain-specific language #generative #synthesis
A domain-specific language for task handlers generation, applying discrete controller synthesis (GD, ÉR), pp. 901–905.
SACSAC-2006-FekihAM #diagrams #specification #state machine #uml
Transformation of B specifications into UML class diagrams and state machines (HF, LJBA, SM), pp. 1840–1844.
SACSAC-2006-GiegerichS #challenge #compilation #domain-specific language #programming
Challenges in the compilation of a domain specific language for dynamic programming (RG, PS), pp. 1603–1609.
SACSAC-2006-GuelfiM #diagrams #framework #process #specification #uml
A formal framework to generate XPDL specifications from UML activity diagrams (NG, AM), pp. 1224–1231.
SACSAC-2006-HanenbergAU #aspect-oriented
Aspect-specification based on structural type information (SH, MAM, RU), pp. 1575–1579.
SACSAC-2006-MorimotoSGC #security #specification #standard #verification
A security specification verification technique based on the international standard ISO/IEC 15408 (SM, SS, YG, JC), pp. 1802–1803.
SACSAC-2006-NasrBFI #automaton #specification #verification
Verification of a scheduler in B through a timed automata specification (ON, JPB, MF, MRI), pp. 1800–1801.
SACSAC-2006-Wang #case study #domain-specific language #modelling
Modeling and analyzing applications with domain-specific languages by reflective rewriting: a case study (BYW), pp. 1773–1778.
FSEFSE-2006-CobleighAC #precise #specification
User guidance for creating precise and accessible property specifications (RLC, GSA, LAC), pp. 208–218.
FSEFSE-2006-LoK #mining #named #robust #scalability #specification #towards
SMArTIC: towards building an accurate, robust and scalable specification miner (DL, SCK), pp. 265–275.
FSEFSE-2006-TaghdiriSJ #lightweight #specification
Lightweight extraction of syntactic specifications (MT, RS, DJ), pp. 276–286.
ICSEICSE-2006-Dong #modelling #semantics #specification #web
From semantic web to expressive software specifications: a modeling languages spectrum (JSD), pp. 1063–1064.
ICSEICSE-2006-Liu #integration #specification #visual notation
Visual languages for event integration specification (NL), pp. 969–972.
ICSEICSE-2006-WillmorE #approach #database #specification #testing
An intensional approach to the specification of test cases for database applications (DW, SME), pp. 102–111.
LDTALDTA-2006-ZengME #data flow #domain-specific language #generative
A Domain-Specific Language for Generating Dataflow Analyzers (JZ, CM, SAE), pp. 103–119.
SPLCSPL-BOOK-2006-BertolinoFGL #case study #product line #requirements #specification #testing
Product Line Use Cases: Scenario-Based Specification and Testing of Requirements (AB, AF, SG, GL), pp. 425–445.
SPLCSPLC-2006-BragancaM #case study #metamodelling #specification #uml #variability
Extending UML 2.0 Metamodel for Complementary Usages of the «extend» Relationship within Use Case Variability Specification (AB, RJM), pp. 123–130.
SPLCSPLC-2006-Tolvanen #code generation #modelling #product line
Domain-Specific Modeling and Code Generation for Product Lines (JPT), p. 229.
LCTESLCTES-2006-KreahlingHWT #comparison #cost analysis #specification #using
Reducing the cost of conditional transfers of control by using comparison specifications (WCK, SH, DBW, GST), pp. 64–71.
LCTESLCTES-2006-RothamelLHL #generative #specification
Generating optimized code from SCR specifications (TR, YAL, CLH, EIL), pp. 135–144.
OSDIOSDI-2006-KremenekTBNE #nondeterminism #specification
From Uncertainty to Belief: Inferring the Specification Within (TK, PT, GB, AYN, DRE), pp. 161–176.
CAVCAV-2006-Das #specification
Formal Specifications on Industrial-Strength Code-From Myth to Reality (MD), p. 1.
FATESFATES-RV-2006-FainekosP #logic #robust #specification
Robustness of Temporal Logic Specifications (GEF, GJP), pp. 178–192.
IJCARIJCAR-2006-HendrixMO #axiom #linear #order #specification
A Sufficient Completeness Checker for Linear Order-Sorted Specifications Modulo Axioms (JH, JM, HO), pp. 151–155.
ISSTAISSTA-2006-DemskyEGMPR #consistency #data type #specification
Inference and enforcement of data structure consistency specifications (BD, MDE, PJG, SM, JHP, MCR), pp. 233–244.
CBSECBSE-2005-CooperCLSSW #component #empirical #fuzzy #logic #specification #using
An Empirical Study on the Specification and Selection of Components Using Fuzzy Logic (KMLC, JWC, RL, GS, RS, WEW), pp. 155–170.
CBSECBSE-2005-PelliccioneMBF #modelling #named #sequence #specification #testing
TeStor: Deriving Test Sequences from Model-Based Specifications (PP, HM, AB, FF), pp. 267–282.
WICSAWICSA-2005-BhattacharyaP #architecture #component #predict #specification
Predicting Architectural Styles from Component Specifications (SB, DEP), pp. 231–232.
WICSAWICSA-2005-JooliaBCG #component #configuration management #framework #performance #runtime #specification
Mapping ADL Specifications to an Efficient and Reconfigurable Runtime Component Platform (AJ, TVB, GC, ATAG), pp. 131–140.
ASEASE-2005-EngelsE #automation #generative #named #object-oriented #specification #spreadsheet
ClassSheets: automatic generation of spreadsheet applications from object-oriented specifications (GE, ME), pp. 124–133.
ASEASE-2005-FalbPRJAK #automation #specification #synthesis #user interface #using
Using communicative acts in high-level specifications of user interfaces for their automated synthesis (JF, RP, TR, HJ, EA, HK), pp. 429–430.
ASEASE-2005-FriasGSB #analysis #performance #relational #specification #verification
A strategy for efficient verification of relational specifications, based on monotonicity analysis (MFF, RG, GS, LB), pp. 305–308.
ASEASE-2005-Tan #embedded #logic #modelling #self #source code #specification
Model-based self-monitoring embedded programs with temporal logic specifications (LT), pp. 380–383.
ASEASE-2005-WuG #automation #domain-specific language #generative #testing #tool support
Automated generation of testing tools for domain-specific languages (HW, JG), pp. 436–439.
CASECASE-2005-FalkmanLT #algebra #petri net #process #specification #using
Specification of a batch plant using process algebra and Petri nets (PF, BL, MT), pp. 339–344.
DACDAC-2005-SauerGS #composition #embedded #framework #implementation
Modular domain-specific implementation and exploration framework for embedded software platforms (CS, MG, SS), pp. 254–259.
DATEDATE-2005-BiswasLBP #specification
Specification Test Compaction for Analog Circuits and MEMS (SB, PL, RD(B, LTP), pp. 164–169.
DATEDATE-2005-BolchiniSSP #reliability #self #specification
Reliable System Specification for Self-Checking Data-Paths (CB, FS, DS, LP), pp. 1278–1283.
DATEDATE-2005-GadkariR #automation #monitoring #specification #synthesis #using #visual notation
Automated Synthesis of Assertion Monitors using Visual Specifications (AAG, SR), pp. 390–395.
DATEDATE-2005-GoossensDGPRR #design #network #performance #verification
A Design Flow for Application-Specific Networks on Chip with Guaranteed Performance to Accelerate SOC Design and Verification (KG, JD, OPG, SGP, AR, ER), pp. 1182–1187.
DATEDATE-2005-IshiharaF #power management
A Way Memoization Technique for Reducing Power Consumption of Caches in Application Specific Integrated Processors (TI, FF), pp. 358–363.
DATEDATE-2005-KimKPJC #architecture #configuration management #optimisation #pipes and filters #resource management
Resource Sharing and Pipelining in Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architecture for Domain-Specific Optimization (YK, MK, CP, JJ, KC), pp. 12–17.
DATEDATE-2005-MuraliM #design #generative
An Application-Specific Design Methodology for STbus Crossbar Generation (SM, GDM), pp. 1176–1181.
DATEDATE-2005-SchattkowskyMR #approach #configuration management #execution #hardware #modelling #specification
A Model-Based Approach for Executable Specifications on Reconfigurable Hardware (TS, WM, AR), pp. 692–697.
DocEngDocEng-2005-Oda
A system of collecting domain-specific jargons (HO), p. 29.
HTHT-2005-BerlangaG #adaptation #design #learning #modelling #navigation #specification #using
Modelling adaptive navigation support techniques using the IMS learning design specification (AJB, FJG), pp. 148–150.
ICDARICDAR-2005-BertolamiB #integration #multi #recognition
Multiple Handwritten Text Line Recognition Systems Derived from Specific Integration of a Language Model (RB, HB), pp. 521–527.
WRLAWRLA-2004-CervesatoS05 #dependent type #logic #representation #specification
Representing the MSR Cryptoprotocol Specification Language in an Extension of Rewriting Logic with Dependent Types (IC, MOS), pp. 183–207.
FASEFASE-2005-Berry #design #industrial #performance #specification
Esterel v7: From Verified Formal Specification to Efficient Industrial Designs (GB), p. 1.
FASEFASE-2005-LarsenLW #source code #specification
Color-Blind Specifications for Transformations of Reactive Synchronous Programs (KGL, UL, AW), pp. 160–174.
TACASTACAS-2005-BouquetDLU #ml #named #specification #using
JML-Testing-Tools: A Symbolic Animator for JML Specifications Using CLP (FB, FD, BL, MU), pp. 551–556.
TACASTACAS-2005-KuglerHPLB #logic #specification
Temporal Logic for Scenario-Based Specifications (HK, DH, AP, YL, YB), pp. 445–460.
TACASTACAS-2005-WeimerN #detection #fault #mining #specification
Mining Temporal Specifications for Error Detection (WW, GCN), pp. 461–476.
ICSMEICSM-2005-Bollin #composition #maintenance #scalability #specification
Maintaining Formal Specifications — Decomposition of Large Z-Specifications (AB), pp. 443–452.
ICSMEICSM-2005-SusaniD #contract #maintenance #specification #using
Cross-Organizational Service Maintenance Using Temporal Availability Specification and Contracts (OvS, PD), pp. 230–239.
IWPCIWPC-2005-Reiss #java #specification #tool support
Tool Demonstration: CHET: Checking Specifications in Java Systems (SPR), pp. 165–168.
MSRMSR-2005-WilliamsH #repository
Recovering system specific rules from software repositories (CCW, JKH), pp. 51–55.
PLDIPLDI-2005-FisherG #ad hoc #domain-specific language #named
PADS: a domain-specific language for processing ad hoc data (KF, RG), pp. 295–304.
FMFM-2005-BouquetDLU #animation #ml #specification
Symbolic Animation of JML Specifications (FB, FD, BL, MU), pp. 75–90.
FMFM-2005-ButlerL #csp #specification #verification
Combining CSP and B for Specification and Property Verification (MJB, ML), pp. 221–236.
FMFM-2005-CelikuM #composition #cost analysis #probability #source code #specification
Compositional Specification and Analysis of Cost-Based Properties in Probabilistic Programs (OC, AM), pp. 107–122.
FMFM-2005-HoenickeM #model checking #process #specification
Model-Checking of Specifications Integrating Processes, Data and Time (JH, PM), pp. 465–480.
FMFM-2005-KatzK #specification #verification
Verifying Scenario-Based Aspect Specifications (EK, SK), pp. 432–447.
FMFM-2005-SunD #distributed #process #specification #synthesis
Synthesis of Distributed Processes from Scenario-Based Specifications (JS, JSD), pp. 415–431.
IFMIFM-2005-BodeveixFLM #domain-specific language #formal method
Formal Methods Meet Domain Specific Languages (JPB, MF, JLL, GM), pp. 187–206.
IFMIFM-2005-BracherK #security #specification #testing
Enabling Security Testing from Specification to Code (SB, PK), pp. 150–166.
IFMIFM-2005-ChakiCGOSTV #specification #verification
State/Event Software Verification for Branching-Time Specifications (SC, EMC, OG, JO, NS, TT, HV), pp. 53–69.
IFMIFM-2005-GervaisFL #specification
Synthesizing B Specifications from EB3 Attribute Definitions (FG, MF, RL), pp. 207–226.
IFMIFM-2005-GrunskeLYW #analysis #automation #behaviour #design #specification
An Automated Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Based on High-Level Design Specification with Behavior Trees (LG, PAL, NY, KW), pp. 129–149.
IFMIFM-2005-MalikR #adaptation #case study #comparative #embedded #specification
Adaptive Techniques for Specification Matching in Embedded Systems: A Comparative Study (RM, PSR), pp. 33–52.
IFMIFM-2005-OssamiJS #consistency #multi #specification #uml
Consistency in UML and B Multi-view Specifications (DDOO, JPJ, JS), pp. 386–405.
SEFMSEFM-2005-ScheffczykBBS #consistency #industrial #requirements #specification
Pragmatic Consistency Management in Industrial Requirements Specifications (JS, UMB, AB, JS), pp. 272–281.
CEFPCEFP-2005-KoopmanP #automation #specification #testing
Fully Automatic Testing with Functions as Specifications (PWMK, RP), pp. 35–61.
SOFTVISSOFTVIS-2005-KholkarKSV #analysis #case study #specification #visual notation
Visual specification and analysis of use cases (DK, GMK, US, RV), pp. 77–85.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2005-Brosgol #ada #comparison #java #realtime #specification
A Comparison of the Mutual Exclusion Features in Ada and the Real-Time Specification for Java TM (BMB), pp. 129–143.
CAiSECAiSE-2005-LopesHBJ #framework #generative #specification #web #web service
Generating Transformation Definition from Mapping Specification: Application to Web Service Platform (DL, SH, JB, FJ), pp. 309–325.
EDOCEDOC-2005-GovernatoriM #contract #domain-specific language
Dealing with contract violations: formalism and domain specific language (GG, ZM), pp. 46–57.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2005-Roubtsova #specification #workflow
A Property Specification Language for Workflow Diagnostics (EER), pp. 297–302.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2005-CapelH #csp #modelling #specification #visual notation
Transforming SA/RT Graphical Specifications into CSP+T Formalism — Obtaining a Formal Specification from Semi-Formal SA/RT Essential Models (MIC, JAHT), pp. 65–72.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2005-Liang #analysis #information management #modelling #specification
Dialogue Act Modelling for Analysis and Specification of Web-Based Information Systems (YL), pp. 89–97.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2005-SeehusenS #network #specification #visual notation
Graphical Specification of Dynamic Network Structure (FS, KS), pp. 203–210.
CIKMCIKM-2005-PuM #equation #functional #query #specification
Typed functional query languages with equational specifications (KQP, AOM), pp. 233–234.
CIKMCIKM-2005-VaradarajanH #documentation #summary
Structure-based query-specific document summarization (RV, VH), pp. 231–232.
CIKMCIKM-2005-WuLBC
Domain-specific keyphrase extraction (YfBW, QL, RSB, XC), pp. 283–284.
KDDKDD-2005-Aggarwal #algorithm #classification #towards
Towards exploratory test instance specific algorithms for high dimensional classification (CCA), pp. 526–531.
MLDMMLDM-2005-GillamA #mining
Pattern Mining Across Domain-Specific Text Collections (LG, KA), pp. 570–579.
SEKESEKE-2005-HuaC #specification
Yet Another Purchasing Specification Construction in E-Business (CHH, PMC), pp. 105–108.
SEKESEKE-2005-KrishnaGV #concept #consistency #modelling #specification
Loosely-coupled Consistency between Agent-oriented Conceptual Models and Z Specifications (AK, AKG, SAV), pp. 455–460.
SEKESEKE-2005-LopesA #case study #requirements #specification
Impact of GSD in Requirements Specification — A Case Study (LL, JLNA), pp. 473–478.
SEKESEKE-2005-MhiriMG #information management #named #ontology #specification #towards
UMLOnto: Towards a Language for the Specification of Information Systems’ Ontologies (MBAM, AM, FG), pp. 743–746.
SEKESEKE-2005-MondragonGMS #generative #monitoring #runtime #specification
Generating Properties for Runtime Monitoring from Software Specification Patterns (OM, AQG, HM, OS), pp. 267–273.
SEKESEKE-2005-SalimCKG #execution #specification #towards
Towards Executable Specification: Combining i* and AgentSpeak(L) (FS, CFC, AK, AG), pp. 739–742.
SEKESEKE-2005-SongLN #evaluation #framework #markov #named #object-oriented #specification
OOMSE — An Object Oriented Markov Chain Specification and Evaluation Framework (HS, CL, RN), pp. 229–234.
SEKESEKE-2005-SongPCZ #specification #transaction #uml #verification
Formal Verification of Transactional Systems Based on UML Specifications (MAJS, AMP, SVAC, LEZ), pp. 199–204.
SEKESEKE-2005-Wang #infinity #logic #model checking #specification
Specification of an Infinite-State Local Model Checker in Rewriting Logic (BYW), pp. 442–447.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2005-ChanP #approach #contract #design #metamodelling
Designing a Domain-Specific Contract Language: A Metamodelling Approach (ZEC, RFP), pp. 175–189.
ECMFAECMDA-FA-2005-GrunskeGL #graph grammar #model transformation #specification #visual notation
A Graphical Specification of Model Transformations with Triple Graph Grammars (LG, LG, ML), pp. 284–298.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-EstublierVI #domain-specific language #re-engineering
Composing Domain-Specific Languages for Wide-Scope Software Engineering Applications (JE, GV, ADI), pp. 69–83.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-SandersMKB #composition #specification #uml #using
Using UML 2.0 Collaborations for Compositional Service Specification (RTS, HNC, FAK, RB), pp. 460–475.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-Tolvanen #modelling
Keynote Address II: Domain-Specific Modeling: No One Size Fits All (JPT), p. 279.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-VokacG #case study #challenge #domain-specific language #experience #multi #tool support #using
Using a Domain-Specific Language and Custom Tools to Model a Multi-tier Service-Oriented Application — Experiences and Challenges (MV, JMG), pp. 492–506.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-EstublierVI #domain-specific language #re-engineering
Composing Domain-Specific Languages for Wide-Scope Software Engineering Applications (JE, GV, ADI), pp. 69–83.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-SandersMKB #composition #specification #uml #using
Using UML 2.0 Collaborations for Compositional Service Specification (RTS, HNC, FAK, RB), pp. 460–475.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-Tolvanen #modelling
Keynote Address II: Domain-Specific Modeling: No One Size Fits All (JPT), p. 279.
MODELSMoDELS-2005-VokacG #case study #challenge #domain-specific language #experience #multi #tool support #using
Using a Domain-Specific Language and Custom Tools to Model a Multi-tier Service-Oriented Application — Experiences and Challenges (MV, JMG), pp. 492–506.
ECOOPECOOP-2005-RodriguezDFHLR #composition #concurrent #ml #multi #source code #specification #thread #verification
Extending JML for Modular Specification and Verification of Multi-threaded Programs (ER, MBD, CF, JH, GTL, R), pp. 551–576.
GPCEGPCE-2005-AliasB #domain-specific language #on the #re-engineering
On Domain-Specific Languages Reengineering (CA, DB), pp. 63–77.
GPCEGPCE-2005-LawallDMM #composition #domain-specific language
Bossa Nova: Introducing Modularity into the Bossa Domain-Specific Language (JLL, HD, GM, AFLM), pp. 78–93.
GPCEGPCE-2005-MossM #code generation #domain-specific language #performance
Efficient Code Generation for a Domain Specific Language (AM, HLM), pp. 47–62.
POPLPOPL-2005-AlurCMN #interface #java #specification #synthesis
Synthesis of interface specifications for Java classes (RA, PC, PM, WN), pp. 98–109.
RERE-2005-KonradC #specification
Facilitating the Construction of Specification Pattern-based Properties (SK, BHCC), pp. 329–338.
SACSAC-2005-BlakeCRIG #case study #component #development #product line #specification
Use case-driven component specification: a medical applications perspective to product line development (MBB, KC, SR, LI, KG), pp. 1470–1477.
SACSAC-2005-DoxseeG #automation #c++ #specification #synthesis
Synthesis of C++ software for automated teller from CSPm specifications (SD, WBG), pp. 1565–1566.
SACSAC-2005-ElkhalifaAC #detection #named #specification
InfoFilter: a system for expressive pattern specification and detection over text streams (LE, RA, SC), pp. 1084–1088.
SACSAC-2005-GruianAKS #automation #generative #java
Automatic generation of application-specific systems based on a micro-programmed Java core (FG, PA, KK, MS), pp. 879–884.
SACSAC-2005-LiuC #knowledge-based #query #retrieval
Knowledge-based query expansion to support scenario-specific retrieval of medical free text (ZL, WWC), pp. 1076–1083.
SACSAC-2005-SerranoO #framework #interactive #protocol #recursion #semantics #specification
A semantic framework for the recursive specification of interaction protocols (JMS, SO), pp. 451–456.
SACSAC-2005-SohrDA #information management #policy #security #specification
Formal specification of role-based security policies for clinical information systems (KS, MD, GJA), pp. 332–339.
SACSAC-2005-WangG #approach #domain-specific language #framework #implementation #prototype #semantics
Rapidly prototyping implementation infrastructure of domain specific languages: a semantics-based approach (QW, GG), pp. 1419–1426.
SACSAC-2005-WuGRM #debugging #domain-specific language #weaving
Weaving a debugging aspect into domain-specific language grammars (HW, JGG, SR, MM), pp. 1370–1374.
SACSAC-2005-YangEY #database #security #semistructured data #specification
Mediation security specification and enforcement for heterogeneous databases (LY, RKE, HY), pp. 354–358.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2005-BierhoffA #lightweight #specification #type system
Lightweight object specification with typestates (KB, JA), pp. 217–226.
GTTSEGTTSE-2005-BravenboerGV #domain-specific language #stratego #using
MetaBorg in Action: Examples of Domain-Specific Language Embedding and Assimilation Using Stratego/XT (MB, RdG, EV), pp. 297–311.
ICSEICSE-2005-ErnstC #specification
The groupthink specification exercise (MDE, JC), pp. 617–618.
ICSEICSE-2005-KonradC #realtime #specification
Real-time specification patterns (SK, BHCC), pp. 372–381.
LDTALDTA-2005-CrepinsekMBJS #context-free grammar #domain-specific language
Inferring Context-Free Grammars for Domain-Specific Languages (MC, MM, BRB, FJ, APS), pp. 99–116.
SPLCSPLC-2005-TolvanenK #case study #domain-specific language #experience #modelling
Defining Domain-Specific Modeling Languages to Automate Product Derivation: Collected Experiences (JPT, SK), pp. 198–209.
HPDCHPDC-2005-HuangS #adaptation #self #using
Building self-adapting services using service-specific knowledge (ACH, PS), pp. 34–43.
PPoPPPPoPP-2005-LowGZ #algebra #algorithm #linear #parallel #specification
Extracting SMP parallelism for dense linear algebra algorithms from high-level specifications (TML, RAvdG, FGVZ), pp. 153–163.
SOSPSOSP-2005-JoshiKDC #detection
Detecting past and present intrusions through vulnerability-specific predicates (AJ, STK, GWD, PMC), pp. 91–104.
AMOSTAMOST-2005-Lakey #industrial #modelling #specification #testing
Model-based specification and testing applied to the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system: an industry report (PBL).
CAVCAV-2005-McPeakN #axiom #data type #similarity #specification
Data Structure Specifications via Local Equality Axioms (SM, GCN), pp. 476–490.
FATESFATES-2005-AiguierABGM #algebra #axiom #specification #testing
Testing from Algebraic Specifications: Test Data Set Selection by Unfolding Axioms (MA, AA, CB, PLG, BM), pp. 203–217.
RTARTA-2005-HendrixCM #reasoning #specification
A Sufficient Completeness Reasoning Tool for Partial Specifications (JH, MC, JM), pp. 165–174.
ICSTSAT-2005-Goldberg #equivalence #specification
Equivalence Checking of Circuits with Parameterized Specifications (EG), pp. 107–121.
CBSECBSE-2004-Jonkers #interface #specification
Interface Specification: A Balancing Act (Extended Abstract) (HBMJ), pp. 5–6.
ASEASE-2004-BossungSGAH #automation #heuristic #interactive #specification
Automated Data Mapping Specification via Schema Heuristics and User Interaction (SB, HS, JCG, RA, JGH), pp. 208–217.
ASEASE-2004-Reiss #named #specification
CHET: A System for Checking Dynamic Specifications (SPR), pp. 302–305.
ASEASE-2004-Taghdiri #detection #fault #specification
Inferring Specifications to Detect Errors in Code (MT), pp. 144–153.
DACDAC-2004-AbdiG #architecture #automation #functional #generative #specification
Automatic generation of equivalent architecture model from functional specification (SA, DG), pp. 608–613.
DACDAC-2004-ChengTM #embedded #named #synthesis
FITS: framework-based instruction-set tuning synthesis for embedded application specific processors (ACC, GST, TNM), pp. 920–923.
DACDAC-2004-DavareLKS #implementation #performance #specification
The best of both worlds: the efficient asynchronous implementation of synchronous specifications (AD, KL, AK, ALSV), pp. 588–591.
DACDAC-2004-KapoorJ #concurrent #logic #specification #synthesis
Decomposing specifications with concurrent outputs to resolve state coding conflicts in asynchronous logic synthesis (HKK, MBJ), pp. 830–833.
DACDAC-2004-KulkarniBS #domain-specific language #framework
Mapping a domain specific language to a platform FPGA (CK, GJB, GS), pp. 924–927.
DACDAC-2004-ResanoM #configuration management #hardware #scheduling
Specific scheduling support to minimize the reconfiguration overhead of dynamically reconfigurable hardware (JR, DM), pp. 119–124.
DACDAC-2004-VuleticPI #configuration management #memory management
Virtual memory window for application-specific reconfigurable coprocessors (MV, LP, PI), pp. 948–953.
DATEDATE-DF-2004-RenWBLLD #design
A Domain-Specific Cell Based ASIC Design Methodology for Digital Signal Processing Applications (BR, AW, JB, KL, WL, WWMD), pp. 280–285.
DATEDATE-v1-2004-BeniniIMM #design #memory management #metaprogramming
Block-Enabled Memory Macros: Design Space Exploration and Application-Specific Tuning (LB, AI, AM, EM), pp. 698–699.
DATEDATE-v1-2004-GoloubevaRV #automation #generative #validation
Automatic Generation of Validation Stimuli for Application-Specific Processors (OG, MSR, MV), pp. 188–193.
DATEDATE-v1-2004-ZhangV #memory management #using
Using a Victim Buffer in an Application-Specific Memory Hierarchy (CZ, FV), pp. 220–227.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-JalabertMBM #network
×pipesCompiler: A Tool for Instantiating Application Specific Networks on Chip (AJ, SM, LB, GDM), pp. 884–889.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-KhawamBPAAAW #array #configuration management #implementation #mobile #performance #video
Efficient Implementations of Mobile Video Computations on Domain-Specific Reconfigurable Arrays (SK, SB, AP, IA, NA, TA, FW), pp. 1230–1235.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-SchattkowskyM #embedded #execution #modelling #realtime #specification
Model-Based Specification and Execution of Embedded Real-Time Systems (TS, WM), pp. 1392–1393.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-ZhuM #architecture #communication #framework #multi #prototype #specification #using
Using a Communication Architecture Specification in an Application-Driven Retargetable Prototyping Platform for Multiprocessing (XZ, SM), pp. 1244–1249.
PODSPODS-2004-DeutschSV #data-driven #specification #verification #web #web service
Specification and Verification of Data-driven Web Services (AD, LS, VV), pp. 71–82.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2004-BrambillaCCDFM #declarative #specification #web #web service #workflow
Declarative Specification of Web Applications exploiting Web Services and Workflows (MB, SC, SC, MD, PF, IM), pp. 909–910.
VLDBVLDB-2004-WangWLM #database #query #web
Instance-based Schema Matching for Web Databases by Domain-specific Query Probing (JW, JRW, FHL, WYM), pp. 408–419.
CSEETCSEET-2004-HassonC #case study #re-engineering #requirements #specification
A Case Study Involving the Use of Z to Aid Requirements Specification in the Software Engineering Course (PH, SC), pp. 84–90.
ESOPESOP-2004-Ghica #analysis #approach #logic #semantics #specification
Semantical Analysis of Specification Logic, 3: An Operational Approach (DRG), pp. 264–278.
FASEFASE-2004-ChoppyR #case study #requirements #specification #using
Improving Use Case Based Requirements Using Formally Grounded Specifications (CC, GR), pp. 244–260.
FASEFASE-2004-McComb #refactoring #specification
Refactoring Object-Z Specifications (TM), pp. 69–83.
FASEFASE-2004-OlveczkyM #analysis #maude #realtime #specification #using
Specification and Analysis of Real-Time Systems Using Real-Time Maude (PCÖ, JM), pp. 354–358.
TACASTACAS-2004-RobbyRDH #framework #model checking #specification #using
Checking Strong Specifications Using an Extensible Software Model Checking Framework (R, ER, MBD, JH), pp. 404–420.
ICSMEICSM-2004-Granja-Alvarez #analysis #case study #maintenance #specification
Software Maintenance: Analysis of Estimates Based on Requirement Specification in the Context of New Technologies, a Case Study (JCGA), p. 531.
WCREWCRE-2004-Bollin #performance #specification
The Efficiency of Specification Fragments (AB), pp. 266–275.
PLDIPLDI-2004-VachharajaniVA #component #modelling #reuse #specification
The liberty structural specification language: a high-level modeling language for component reuse (MV, NV, DIA), pp. 195–206.
IFMIFM-2004-Bujorianu #integration #specification #using
Integration of Specification Languages Using Viewpoints (MCB), pp. 421–440.
IFMIFM-2004-CiobanuL #concurrent #specification #verification
Specification and Verification of Synchronizing Concurrent Objects (GC, DL), pp. 307–327.
IFMIFM-2004-DongQS #generative #specification
Generating MSCs from an Integrated Formal Specification Language (JSD, SQ, JS), pp. 168–186.
IFMIFM-2004-VilasARGD #imperative #incremental #logic #modelling #semantics #specification
A Many-Valued Logic with Imperative Semantics for Incremental Specification of Timed Models (AFV, JJPA, RPDR, AGS, JGD), pp. 382–401.
SEFMSEFM-2004-BidoitHKB #black box #object-oriented #specification
Glass-Box and Black-Box Views on Object-Oriented Specifications (MB, RH, AK, HB), pp. 208–217.
SEFMSEFM-2004-LaibinisT #architecture #fault tolerance #specification
Fault Tolerance in a Layered Architecture: A General Specification Pattern in B (LL, ET), pp. 346–355.
SEFMSEFM-2004-NaiyongJ #co-evolution #design #hardware #modelling #specification
Resource Models and Pre-Compiler Specification for Hardware/Software Co-Design Language (NJ, JH), pp. 132–141.
SEFMSEFM-2004-Yoshiura #specification
Finding the Causes of Unrealizability of Reactive System Formal Specifications (NY), pp. 34–43.
ICGTICGT-2004-CherchagoH #graph transformation #specification #using #web #web service
Specification Matching of Web Services Using Conditional Graph Transformation Rules (AC, RH), pp. 304–318.
CSCWCSCW-2004-WangB #collaboration #concept #design #industrial
Concepts that support collocated collaborative work inspired by the specific context of industrial designers (HW, EB), pp. 546–549.
CAiSECAiSE-2004-Matulevicius #case study #how #quality #requirements #specification #tool support
How Requirements Specification Quality Depends on Tools: A Case Study (RM), pp. 353–367.
EDOCEDOC-2004-RomeroV #formal method #maude #specification
Formalizing ODP Computational Viewpoint Specifications in Maude (JRR, AV), pp. 212–223.
EDOCEDOC-2004-WoodmanPSW #specification #verification #web #web service
Notations for the Specification and Verification of Composite Web Services (SJW, DJP, SKS, SMW), pp. 35–46.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-ChristianssonC #component #modelling #process #specification
Reasons for Integrating Software Component Specifications in Business Process Models (MTC, BC), pp. 647–650.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-DavisTC #development #enterprise #framework #information management #specification
Meta Data Framework for Enterprise Information Systems Specification — Aiming to Reduce or Remove the Development Phase for EIS Systems (JD, AT, EC), pp. 451–456.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-LopesPAM #distributed #requirements #specification
Distributed Requirements Specification: Minimizing the Effect of Geographic Dispersion (LL, RP, JLNA, AM), pp. 531–534.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-SchuetzelhoferG #domain model #modelling #specification #verification #xml
Formal Specification and Verification of XML-Based Business Domain Models (WS, KMG), pp. 209–216.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-ShishkovD #component #modelling #process #specification
Aligning Business Process Modeling and Software Specification in a Component-Based Way, the Advantages of SDBC (BS, JLGD), pp. 103–108.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-ThamF #enterprise #information management #requirements #specification
Determining Requirements and Specifications of Enterprise Information Systems for Profitability (KDT, MSF), pp. 309–316.
ECIRECIR-2004-ChristensenKGR #summary
From Text Summarisation to Style-Specific Summarisation for Broadcast News (HC, BK, YG, SR), pp. 223–237.
ICPRICPR-v2-2004-BeierholmB #music #speech #using
Speech Music Discrimination Using Class-Specific Features (TB, PMB), pp. 379–382.
ICPRICPR-v3-2004-ErikssonA #detection #robust
Robustness and Specificity in Object Detection (APE, ), pp. 87–90.
ICPRICPR-v4-2004-LiuSCH #clustering #personalisation #using #verification
Personalized Face Verification System Using Owner-Specific Cluster-Dependent LDA-Subspace (HCL, CHS, YHC, YPH), pp. 344–347.
KRKR-2004-CadoliM #automation #constraints #specification
Automated Reformulation of Specifications by Safe Delay of Constraints (MC, TM), pp. 388–398.
KRKR-2004-DelgrandeST #reasoning
Domain-Specific Preferences for Causal Reasoning and Planning (JPD, TS, HT), pp. 673–682.
SEKESEKE-2004-ChenS #interactive #protocol #specification #verification
Specification and Verification of Agent Interaction Protocols (BC, SS), pp. 300–305.
SEKESEKE-2004-CorreaW #approach #specification #transaction #validation
Specification and Validation of Transactional Business Software: An Approach Based on the Exploration of Concrete Scenarios (ALC, CMLW), pp. 294–299.
SEKESEKE-2004-CostaBT #evaluation #risk management
Software Project Risk Evaluation based on Specific and Systemic Risks (HRC, MdOB, GHT), pp. 282–287.
SEKESEKE-2004-Hobbs #design pattern #specification #using
Using A Scenario Specification Language to Add Context to Design Patterns (RLH), pp. 330–335.
SIGIRSIGIR-2004-LarkeyFCL #modelling #multi #topic
Language-specific models in multilingual topic tracking (LSL, FF, MEC, VL), pp. 402–409.
SIGIRSIGIR-2004-RogatiY #information retrieval
Resource selection for domain-specific cross-lingual IR (MR, YY), pp. 154–161.
UMLUML-2004-GieseH #specification #uml
From Informal to Formal Specifications in UML (MG, RH), pp. 197–211.
UMLUML-2004-PitkanenS #execution #incremental #modelling #uml
A UML Profile for Executable and Incremental Specification-Level Modeling (RP, PS), pp. 158–172.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2004-BravenboerV #domain-specific language #strict #syntax
Concrete syntax for objects: domain-specific language embedding and assimilation without restrictions (MB, EV), pp. 365–383.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2004-LauMO #composition #specification
Constructive Specifications for Compositional Units (KKL, AM, MO), pp. 198–214.
LOPSTRPDCL-2004-ColvinGHHNS #logic programming #refinement #source code #specification #using
Developing Logic Programs from Specifications Using Stepwise Refinement (RC, LG, IJH, DH, RN, PAS), pp. 66–89.
POPLPOPL-2004-SittampalamML #execution #incremental #specification
Incremental execution of transformation specifications (GS, OdM, KFL), pp. 26–38.
RERE-2004-CorreaW #precise #specification #transaction #validation
Precise Specification and Validation of Transactional Business Software (ALC, CMLW), pp. 16–25.
RERE-2004-Gibson #requirements #specification #web #web service
Developing A Requirements Specification For A Web Service Application (JCG), pp. 340–344.
RERE-2004-GordijnKSWA
Developing a Domain-Specific Cross-Organizational RE Method (JG, VK, JS, RW, HA), pp. 134–143.
RERE-2004-TsuchiyaMGSO #approach #specification
Requirement-driven Approach to Interoperable Traveler Support System Specification (RT, AM, KG, KS, TO), pp. 316–321.
SACSAC-2004-AlbertiDTGLM #interactive #protocol #specification #verification
Specification and verification of agent interaction protocols in a logic-based system (MA, DD, PT, MG, EL, PM), pp. 72–78.
SACSAC-2004-Cebulla #architecture #concept #modelling #using
Modeling sociotechnical specifics using architectural concepts (MC), pp. 1559–1563.
SACSAC-2004-JensenTH #generative #specification
Generating web-based systems from specifications (TBJ, TKT, MRH), pp. 1647–1653.
SACSAC-2004-KagklisLT #framework #specification
A framework for implicit and explicit service activation based on Service Level Specification (DK, NL, CT), pp. 363–368.
SACSAC-2004-MorgeB #multi
A Negotiation Support System based on a Multi-agent System: specificity and preference relations on arguments (MM, PB), pp. 474–478.
SACSAC-2004-OuyangB #internet #specification
An improved formal specification of the Internet Open Trading Pprotocol (CO, JB), pp. 779–783.
SACSAC-2004-Rodriguez #specification
Formal specification of autonomous commerce agents (IR), pp. 774–778.
SACSAC-2004-SignoriniG #design #object-oriented #process #specification
Object-oriented design for the specification of the blood clotting cascade: a class-structured view of bio-computing processes (JS, PG), pp. 207–208.
ICSEICSE-2004-Breen #incremental #named #specification
Statestep: A Tool for Systematic, Incremental Specification (MB), pp. 711–712.
ICSEICSE-2004-HenkelD #algebra #debugging #specification
A Tool for Writing and Debugging Algebraic Specifications (JH, AD), pp. 449–458.
ICSEICSE-2004-LeowKS #automation #generative #source code #specification #testing
Automated Generation of Test Programs from Closed Specifications of Classes and Test Cases (WKL, SCK, YS), pp. 96–105.
ICSEICSE-2004-PrietoA #formal method #multi #named #requirements #specification
chi-SCTL/MUS: A Formal Methodology to Evolve Multi-Perspective Software Requirements Specifications (ABBM, JJPA), pp. 72–74.
ICSEICSE-2004-Zschaler #component #concept #non-functional #research #semantics #specification
Research Abstract: Semantic Concepts for the Specification of Non-Functional Properties of Component-Based Software (SZ), pp. 51–53.
SPLCSPLC-2004-Greenfield04a #domain-specific language #framework #tool support #using
Using Domain-Specific Languages, Patterns, Frameworks, and Tools to Assemble Applications (JG), p. 324.
HPDCHPDC-2004-HuangS #configuration management #self #using
Building Self-Configuring Services Using Service-Specific Knowledge (ACH, PS), pp. 45–54.
ISMMISMM-2004-SomanKB #garbage collection
Dynamic selection of application-specific garbage collectors (SS, CK, DFB), pp. 49–60.
LCTESLCTES-2004-ConwayE #domain-specific language #named
NDL: a domain-specific language for device drivers (CLC, SAE), pp. 30–36.
CAVCAV-2004-YangS #composition #model checking #specification
Compositional Specification and Model Checking in GSTE (JY, CJHS), pp. 216–228.
FATESFATES-2004-FrantzenTW #generative #specification #testing
Test Generation Based on Symbolic Specifications (LF, JT, TACW), pp. 1–15.
IJCARIJCAR-2004-MeseguerR #analysis #formal method #logic #semantics #specification #tool support
Rewriting Logic Semantics: From Language Specifications to Formal Analysis Tools (JM, GR), pp. 1–44.
ICTSSTestCom-2004-SugetaMW #mutation testing #specification #testing #validation
Mutation Testing Applied to Validate SDL Specifications (TS, JCM, WEW), pp. 193–208.
VMCAIVMCAI-2004-HatcliffRD #concurrent #model checking #object-oriented #specification #using #verification
Verifying Atomicity Specifications for Concurrent Object-Oriented Software Using Model-Checking (JH, R, MBD), pp. 175–190.
VMCAIVMCAI-2004-LucanuC #algebra #model checking #specification
Model Checking for Object Specifications in Hidden Algebra (DL, GC), pp. 97–109.
ASEASE-2003-ChoiH #abstraction #model checking #reduction #requirements #specification #using
Model Checking Software Requirement Specifications using Domain Reduction Abstraction (YC, MPEH), pp. 314–317.
ASEASE-2003-Ellman #animation #automaton #hybrid #specification #synthesis
Specification and Synthesis of Hybrid Automata for Physics-Based Animation (TE), pp. 80–93.
ASEASE-2003-HeuzerothML #design pattern #detection #generative #specification
Generating Design Pattern Detectors from Pattern Specifications (DH, SM, WL), pp. 245–248.
ASEASE-2003-Holz #approach #incremental
An Incremental Approach to Task-Specific Information Delivery in SE Processe (HH), pp. 295–298.
ASEASE-2003-Safranek #concurrent #specification #visual notation
Visual Specification of Concurrent Systems (DS), pp. 369–372.
ASEASE-2003-Vigna #automation #content management #generative #specification
Automatic Generation of Content Management Systems from EER-Based Specifications (SV), pp. 259–262.
DACDAC-2003-AtasuPI #architecture #automation #constraints
Automatic application-specific instruction-set extensions under microarchitectural constraints (KA, LP, PI), pp. 256–261.
DACDAC-2003-TasiranYB #model checking #monitoring #simulation #specification #using
Using a formal specification and a model checker to monitor and direct simulation (ST, YY, BB), pp. 356–361.
DATEDATE-2003-ChangKWH #named
G-MAC: An Application-Specific MAC/Co-Processor Synthesizer (ACYC, WAK, ACHW, TH), pp. 11134–11135.
DATEDATE-2003-ChiouBR #multi #power management #synthesis
Synthesis of Application-Specific Highly-Efficient Multi-Mode Systems for Low-Power Applications (LYC, SB, KR), pp. 10096–10103.
DATEDATE-2003-FornaciariMSZ #clustering #specification #towards #uml
A First Step Towards Hw/Sw Partitioning of UML Specifications (WF, PM, FS, LZ), pp. 10668–10673.
DATEDATE-2003-PetrovO #memory management #performance
Power Efficiency through Application-Specific Instruction Memory Transformations (PP, AO), pp. 10030–10035.
DATEDATE-2003-Singh #specification
System Level Specification in Lava (SS), pp. 10370–10375.
DATEDATE-2003-ZhuM #component #non-functional #specification
Specification of Non-Functional Intellectual Property Components (JZ, WSM), pp. 10456–10461.
VLDBVLDB-2003-SchindlerAG #database #named #performance #robust
Lachesis: Robust Database Storage Management Based on Device-specific Performance Characteristics (JS, AA, GRG), pp. 706–717.
ESOPESOP-2003-Meadows #analysis #encryption #evolution #protocol #requirements #specification #what
What Makes a Cryptographic Protocol Secure? The Evolution of Requirements Specification in Formal Cryptographic Protocol Analysis (CM), pp. 10–21.
FASEFASE-2003-AguirreM #component #configuration management #logic #specification
A Logical Basis for the Specification of Reconfigurable Component-Based Systems (NA, TSEM), pp. 37–51.
FASEFASE-2003-BiancoLMO #component #realtime #specification #towards #uml
Towards UML-Based Formal Specifications of Component-Based Real-Time Software (VDB, LL, MM, GO), pp. 118–134.
FASEFASE-2003-FenkamGJ #specification
Composing Specifications of Event Based Applications (PF, HCG, MJ), pp. 67–86.
FASEFASE-2003-GargantiniR #animation #automation #modelling #specification
Automatic Model Driven Animation of SCR Specifications (AG, ER), pp. 294–309.
FASEFASE-2003-KochP #policy #specification #verification #visual notation
Visual Specifications of Policies and Their Verification (MK, FPP), pp. 278–293.
FASEFASE-2003-Kubica #approach #pointer #specification #verification
A Temporal Approach to Specification and Verification of Pointer Data-Structures (MK), pp. 231–245.
FASEFASE-2003-MerzWZ #logic #mobile #refinement #specification
A Spatio-Temporal Logic for the Specification and Refinement of Mobile Systems (SM, MW, JZ), pp. 87–101.
FASEFASE-2003-ZhaoR #aspectj #behaviour #interface #named #specification
Pipa: A Behavioral Interface Specification Language for AspectJ (JZ, MCR), pp. 150–165.
TACASTACAS-2003-DembinskiJJPPSWZ #automaton #named #specification #verification
Verics: A Tool for Verifying Timed Automata and Estelle Specifications (PD, AJ, PJ, WP, AP, MS, BW, AZ), pp. 278–283.
IWPCIWPC-2003-IvkovicG #architecture
Enhancing Domain-Specific Software Architecture Recovery (II, MWG), pp. 266–273.
SCAMSCAM-2003-BaggeKHV #c++ #design #optimisation #source code
Design of the CodeBoost Transformation System for Domain-Specific Optimisation of C++ Programs (OSB, KTK, MH, EV), p. 65–?.
PLDIPLDI-2003-AmmonsMBL #concept analysis #debugging #specification
Debugging temporal specifications with concept analysis (GA, DM, RB, JRL), pp. 182–195.
CIAACIAA-2003-FuBS #protocol #specification #verification
Conversation Protocols: A Formalism for Specification and Verification of Reactive Electronic Services (XF, TB, JS), pp. 188–200.
CIAACIAA-2003-WallmeierHT #finite #specification #synthesis
Symbolic Synthesis of Finite-State Controllers for Request-Response Specifications (NW, PH, WT), pp. 11–22.
FMFME-2003-BertBPRV #adaptation #c #embedded #source code #specification
Adaptable Translator of B Specifications to Embedded C Programs (DB, SB, MLP, AR, LV), pp. 94–113.
FMFME-2003-HayesJJ #specification
Determining the Specification of a Control System from That of Its Environment (IJH, MAJ, CBJ), pp. 154–169.
FMFME-2003-MorzentiPPS #model checking #specification
Model-Checking TRIO Specifications in SPIN (AM, MP, PSP, PS), pp. 542–561.
FMFME-2003-QinC #hardware
Mapping Statecharts to Verilog for Hardware/Software Co-specification (SQ, WNC), pp. 282–300.
FMFME-2003-TengT #specification
Composing Temporal-Logic Specifications with Machine Assistance (JWT, YKT), pp. 719–738.
SEFMSEFM-2003-FeiksH #component #object-oriented #specification
Specification Matching of Object-Oriented Components (FF, DH), pp. 182–190.
SEFMSEFM-2003-McCombS #animation #specification #using
Animation of Object-Z Specifications Using a Z Animator (TM, GS), p. 191–?.
SEFMSEFM-2003-MillerS #animation #process #specification #testing
Supporting the Software Testing Process through Specification Animation (TM, PAS), pp. 14–23.
SEFMSEFM-2003-ShrotriBV #model checking #requirements #specification #visual notation
Model Checking Visual Specification of Requirements (US, PB, RV), pp. 202–209.
SEFMSEFM-2003-Sinnott #architecture #generative #specification #testing
Architecting Specifications for Test Case Generation (ROS), p. 24–?.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-Bohlen #graph #modelling
Specific Graph Models and Their Mappings to a Common Model (BB), pp. 45–60.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-DottiRS #analysis #behaviour #fault #graph grammar #specification #using
Specification and Analysis of Fault Behaviours Using Graph Grammars (FLD, LR, OMdS), pp. 120–133.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-HaaseMBG #agile #architecture #graph grammar #prototype
A Domain Specific Architecture Tool: Rapid Prototyping with Graph Grammars (TH, OM, BB, FHG), pp. 236–242.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-HellerSW #development #evolution #graph #process #specification
Graph-Based Specification of a Management System for Evolving Development Processes (MH, AS, BW), pp. 334–351.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-KraftN #concept #design #specification #tool support
Parameterized Specification of Conceptual Design Tools in Civil Engineering (BK, MN), pp. 90–105.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-Minas03a #editing #specification #visual notation
Visual Specification of Visual Editors with VisualDiaGen (MM), pp. 473–478.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2003-SmithPS #algorithm #specification
Local Specification of Surface Subdivision Algorithms (CS, PP, FFS), pp. 313–327.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2003-Mikkonen #case study #experience #specification #tool support #using
Experiences on Developing and Using a Tool Support for Formal Specification (TM), pp. 297–308.
EDOCEDOC-2003-BahlerCM #approach #experience #generative #interface #modelling #specification #xml
Experience with a Model-Driven Approach for Enterprise-Wide Interface Specification and XML Schema Generation (LB, FC, JM), pp. 288–295.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2003-CarchioloLM #specification #using #workflow
Using Lotos in Workflow Specification (VC, AL, MM), pp. 364–369.
ICMLICML-2003-WinnerV #learning #named
DISTILL: Learning Domain-Specific Planners by Example (EW, MMV), pp. 800–807.
SEKESEKE-2003-AstesianoMMR #execution #multi #prototype #specification
From Requirement Specification to Prototype Execution: a Combination of Multiview Use-Case Driven Methods and Agent-Oriented Techniques (EA, MM, VM, GR), pp. 578–585.
SEKESEKE-2003-DingZSA #architecture #fault tolerance #specification #validation
Specification and Validation of Fault-Tolerant Software Architectures Based on Actor Model (HD, CZ, LS, GA), pp. 458–466.
SEKESEKE-2003-MondragonGK #automation #specification
Automated Support for Property Specification Based on Patterns (OM, AQG, FK), pp. 174–181.
ECOOPECOOP-2003-HenkelD #algebra #java #specification
Discovering Algebraic Specifications from Java Classes (JH, AD), pp. 431–456.
GPCEGPCE-2003-HammondM #domain-specific language #embedded #named #realtime
Hume: A Domain-Specific Language for Real-Time Embedded Systems (KH, GM), pp. 37–56.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2003-Ellman #animation #automaton #hybrid #specification #synthesis
Specification and Synthesis of Hybrid Automata for Physics-Based Animation (TE), pp. 54–55.
REFSQREFSQ-J-2002-KamstiesKR03 #empirical #how #requirements #specification
A controlled experiment to evaluate how styles affect the understandability of requirements specifications (EK, AvK, RHR), pp. 955–965.
RERE-2003-HeimdahlWT #development #named #specification
NIMBUS: A Tool for Specification Centered Development (MPEH, MWW, JMT), p. 349.
RERE-2003-LandtsheerLL #modelling #requirements #specification
Deriving Tabular Event-Based Specifications from Goal-Oriented Requirements Models (RDL, EL, AvL), p. 200–?.
RERE-2003-MaidenJF #case study #requirements #specification
Integrating RE Methods to Support Use Case Based Requirements Specification (NAMM, SJ, MF), pp. 369–370.
RERE-2003-NiuAD #comprehension #modelling #specification
Understanding and Comparing Model-Based Specification Notations (JN, JMA, NAD), pp. 188–199.
RERE-2003-RifautMMPSLV #analysis #formal method #named #specification #tool support #using
FAUST: Formal Analysis Using Specification Tools (AR, PM, JFM, CP, PS, AvL, HTV), p. 350.
SACSAC-2003-AvanciniLMSZ #categorisation
Expanding Domain-Specific Lexicons by Term Categorization (HA, AL, BM, FS, RZ), pp. 793–797.
SACSAC-2003-ChenC #named
Similar_Join: Extending DBMS with a Bio-specific Operator (JYC, JVC), pp. 109–114.
ICSEICSE-2003-Lamsweerde #modelling #precise #requirements #specification #uml
Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: From System Objectives to UML Models to Precise Software Specifications (AvL), pp. 744–745.
ICSEICSE-2003-WangHGAGA #architecture #assessment #risk management #specification #uml
Architectural Level Risk Assessment Tool Based on UML Specifications (TW, AEH, AG, WA, KGP, HHA), pp. 808–809.
LDTALDTA-2003-SanchezCMN #coordination #named #specification
CoordMaude: Simplifying Formal Coordination Specifications of Cooperation Environment (MS, PJC, JMM, JHN), pp. 643–658.
CAVCAV-2003-GlusmanK #consistency #model checking #specification
Model Checking Conformance with Scenario-Based Specifications (MG, SK), pp. 328–340.
CAVCAV-2003-HungarNS #automaton #learning #optimisation
Domain-Specific Optimization in Automata Learning (HH, ON, BS), pp. 315–327.
CSLCSL-2003-Khoussainov #algebra #data type #on the #specification
On Algebraic Specifications of Abstract Data Types (BK), pp. 299–313.
FATESFATES-2003-XieN #generative #specification #testing
Mutually Enhancing Test Generation and Specification Inference (TX, DN), pp. 60–69.
ICTSSTestCom-2003-DaiGN #realtime #specification #visual notation
T911IMED TTCN-3 Based Graphical Real-Time Test Specification (ZRD, JG, HN), pp. 110–127.
CBSECBSE-2002-AguirreM #approach #component #logic #reasoning #specification
A Temporal Logic Approach to Component–Based System Specification and Reasoning (NA, TM), p. 11.
CBSECBSE-2003-BarnettGKSSTW #component #specification
Serious Specification for Composing Components (MB, WG, CK, WS, CS, NT, AW), p. 6.
ASEASE-2002-AguirreM #approach #component #configuration management #logic #specification
A Temporal Logic Approach to the Specification of Reconfigurable Component-Based Systems (NA, TSEM), pp. 271–274.
ASEASE-2002-RosuW #towards
Towards Certifying Domain-Specific Properties of Synthesized Code (GR, JW), pp. 289–294.
DACDAC-2002-ChakrabartiDCB #interface #realtime #specification #verification
Formal verification of module interfaces against real time specifications (AC, PD, PPC, AB), pp. 141–145.
DACDAC-2002-JiangB #logic #simulation #specification #synthesis #using
Software synthesis from synchronous specifications using logic simulation techniques (YJ, RKB), pp. 319–324.
DACDAC-2002-OliveiraH #automation #generative #interface #monitoring #specification
High-Level specification and automatic generation of IP interface monitors (MTO, AJH), pp. 129–134.
DACDAC-2002-ShimizuD #generative #metric #simulation #specification
Deriving a simulation input generator and a coverage metric from a formal specification (KS, DLD), pp. 801–806.
DACDAC-2002-SiegmundM #communication #declarative #hardware #novel #protocol #specification #synthesis
A novel synthesis technique for communication controller hardware from declarative data communication protocol specifications (RS, DM), pp. 602–607.
DATEDATE-2002-DingM02a #modelling #using
Accurate Estimating Simultaneous Switching Noises by Using Application Specific Device Modeling (LD, PM), pp. 1038–1043.
DATEDATE-2002-DoboliV #co-evolution #design #functional #specification
A Functional Specification Notation for Co-Design of Mixed Analog-Digital Systems (AD, RV), pp. 760–767.
DATEDATE-2002-Martin02a #bibliography #design #embedded #motivation #perspective #specification #uml
UML for Embedded Systems Specification and Design: Motivation and Overview (GM), pp. 773–775.
DATEDATE-2002-MunzenbergerDSH #design #embedded #realtime #specification #synthesis #validation
A New Time Model for the Specification, Design, Validation and Synthesis of Embedded Real-Time Systems (RM, MD, FS, RH), p. 1095.
DATEDATE-2002-PetrovO #embedded #performance
Power Efficient Embedded Processor Ip’s through Application-Specific Tag Compression in Data Caches (PP, AO), pp. 1065–1071.
DATEDATE-2002-SommerRHGMMECSN #design #layout #specification #top-down
From System Specification To Layout: Seamless Top-Down Design Methods for Analog and Mixed-Signal Applications (RS, IRH, EH, UG, PM, FM, KE, CC, PS, GN), pp. 884–891.
PODSPODS-2002-ArenasFL #consistency #on the #specification #verification #xml
On Verifying Consistency of XML Specifications (MA, WF, LL), pp. 259–270.
VLDBVLDB-2002-ConradGJM #database #logic #physics #using
Database Selection Using Actual Physical and Acquired Logical Collection Resources in a Massive Domain-specific Operational Environment (JGC, XSG, PJ, MM), pp. 71–82.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2002-Barros #concurrent #petri net #programming
Specific proposals for the use of petri nets in a concurrent programming course (JPB), pp. 165–167.
WRLAWRLA-J-1996-ClavelDELMMQ02 #logic #maude #named #programming #specification
Maude: specification and programming in rewriting logic (MC, FD, SE, PL, NMO, JM, JFQ), pp. 187–243.
WRLAWRLA-J-1996-OlveczkyM02 #hybrid #logic #realtime #specification
Specification of real-time and hybrid systems in rewriting logic (PCÖ, JM), pp. 359–405.
WRLAWRLA-J-1996-PitaM02 #maude #network #object-oriented #specification
A Maude specification of an object-oriented model for telecommunication networks (IP, NMO), pp. 407–439.
FASEFASE-2002-BelaundeP #component #precise #specification
From EDOC Components to CCM Components: A Precise Mapping Specification (MB, MP), pp. 143–158.
FASEFASE-2002-HahnleJR #authoring #requirements #specification
An Authoring Tool for Informal and Formal Requirements Specifications (RH, KJ, AR), pp. 233–248.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2002-Cirstea #algebra #logic #on the #reachability #specification
On Specification Logics for Algebra-Coalgebra Structures: Reconciling Reachability and Observability (CC), pp. 82–97.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2002-KochMP #data access #detection #policy #specification
Conflict Detection and Resolution in Access Control Policy Specifications (MK, LVM, FPP), pp. 223–237.
TACASTACAS-2002-ArmoniFFGGKLMSTVZ #logic
The ForSpec Temporal Logic: A New Temporal Property-Specification Language (RA, LF, AF, RG, BG, TK, AL, SMH, ES, AT, MYV, YZ), pp. 296–211.
TACASTACAS-2002-KimSC #functional #requirements #specification #using #verification
Formal Verification of Functional Properties of an SCR-Style Software Requirements Specification Using PVS (TK, DWJSC, SDC), pp. 205–220.
WRLAWRLA-2002-ThatiSM #execution #maude #semantics #specification #testing #π-calculus
An Executable Specification of Asynchronous π-Calculus Semantics and May Testing in Maude 2.0 (PT, KS, NMO), pp. 261–281.
CSMRCSMR-2002-BoulychevKT #on the #re-engineering
On Project-Specific Languages and Their Application in Reengineering (DYB, DVK, AAT), pp. 177–185.
ICSMEICSM-2002-Harrison #adaptation #case study #maintenance #using #web #web service
Using Service Specific Proxies to Migrate Web Services to the “Wireless Web”: An Illustrative Case Study of Adaptive Maintenance (WH), pp. 300–309.
ICSMEICSM-2002-RedondoAVB #approximate #retrieval #reuse #specification
Approximate Retrieval of Incomplete and Formal Specifications Applied to Vertical Reuse (RPDR, JJPA, AFV, ABBM), pp. 618–627.
ICSMEICSM-2002-TruyenJV #consistency
Consistency Management in the Presence of Simultaneous Client-Specific Views (ET, WJ, PV), pp. 501–510.
PASTEPASTE-2002-ChelfEH #how #static analysis
How to write system-specific, static checkers in metal (BC, DRE, SH), pp. 51–60.
PLDIPLDI-2002-HallemCXE #analysis
A System and Language for Building System-Specific, Static Analyses (SH, BC, YX, DRE), pp. 69–82.
CIAACIAA-J-2000-HarelK02 #object-oriented #specification
Synthesizing State-Based Object Systems from LSC Specifications (DH, HK), pp. 5–51.
ICALPICALP-2002-HermenegildoPBL #approximate #debugging #semantics #specification #using #validation
Program Debugging and Validation Using Semantic Approximations and Partial Specifications (MVH, GP, FB, PLG), pp. 69–72.
ICALPICALP-2002-MeseguerR #algebra #approach #specification
A Total Approach to Partial Algebraic Specification (JM, GR), pp. 572–584.
FMFME-2002-Burguillo-RialIGN #case study #heuristic #specification #testing
Heuristic-Driven Test Case Selection from Formal Specifications. A Case Study (JCBR, MJFI, FJGC, MLN), pp. 57–76.
FMFME-2002-CatanoH #java #specification #static analysis #using
Formal Specification and Static Checking of Gemplus’ Electronic Purse Using ESC/Java (NC, MH), pp. 272–289.
IFMIFM-2002-BarradasB #liveness #proving #specification
Specification and Proof of Liveness Properties under Fairness Assumptions in B Event Systems (HRB, DB), pp. 360–379.
IFMIFM-2002-HoenickeO #process #specification
Combining Specification Techniques for Processes, Data and Time (JH, ERO), pp. 245–266.
IFMIFM-2002-KatzG #framework #modelling #specification
A Framework for Translating Models and Specifications (SK, OG), pp. 145–164.
IFMIFM-2002-LanoCA #design #development #specification
From Implicit Specifications to Explicit Designs in Reactive System Development (KL, DC, KA), pp. 49–68.
IFMIFM-2002-NepomniaschySBK #approach #design #distributed #named #specification #verification
Basic-REAL: Integrated Approach for Design, Specification and Verification of Distributed Systems (VAN, NVS, EVB, VEK), pp. 69–88.
ICGTICGT-2002-BardohlEP #architecture #specification
Transforming Specification Architectures by GenGED (RB, CE, JP), pp. 30–44.
CAiSECAiSE-2002-FentRF #design #evolution #specification #workflow
Design for Change: Evolving Workflow Specifications in ULTRAflow (AF, HR, BF), pp. 516–534.
CAiSECAiSE-2002-TorchianoB #modelling #uml
Domain-Specific Instance Models in UML (MT, GB), pp. 774–777.
EDOCEDOC-2002-BurtBROA #framework #independence #modelling #quality
Quality of Service Issues Related to Transforming Platform Independent Models to Platform Specific Models (CCB, BRB, RRR, AMO, MA), p. 212–?.
ICEISICEIS-2002-ArribaB #specification #usability #web
Usability and Accessibility in the Specification of Web Sites (MFdA, JALB), pp. 871–876.
ICEISICEIS-2002-Olive #concept #modelling
Specific Relationship Types in Conceptual Modeling: The Cases of Generic and with Common Participants (AO), p. 9.
ICEISICEIS-2002-PrikladnickiPAMP #development #distributed #process #requirements #specification
Requirements Specification Model in a Software Development Process inside a Physically Distributed Environment (RP, FP, JLNA, MdCM, AP), pp. 830–834.
CIKMCIKM-2002-Blake #concept #data transformation #distributed #using
Using specification-driven concepts for distributed data management and dissemination (MBB), pp. 629–631.
ICPRICPR-v3-2002-WeiHK #image #parametricity #specification
Specification of Image Acquisition Parameters for Stereo Panoramas (SKW, FH, RK), pp. 603–606.
ICPRICPR-v4-2002-CaputoN #classification #kernel
To Each According to its Need: Kernel Class Specific Classifiers (BC, HN), pp. 94–97.
SEKESEKE-2002-BryantBARO #assembly #component #generative #specification #two-level grammar #using
Formal specification of generative component assembly using two-level grammar (BRB, CCB, MA, RRR, AMO), pp. 209–212.
SEKESEKE-2002-HeDD #architecture #model checking #specification
Model checking software architecture specifications in SAM (XH, JD, YD), pp. 271–278.
SEKESEKE-2002-NakkrasaeS #approach #classification #component #formal method #specification
A formal approach for specification and classification of software components (SN, PS), pp. 773–780.
SEKESEKE-2002-PeriniSG #architecture #coordination #multi #requirements #specification
Coordination specification in multi-agent systems: from requirements to architecture with the Tropos methodology (AP, AS, FG), pp. 51–54.
SIGIRSIGIR-2002-Hiemstra #approach #information retrieval #modelling #query
Term-specific smoothing for the language modeling approach to information retrieval: the importance of a query term (DH), pp. 35–41.
UMLUML-2002-CariouB #component #interactive #specification #uml
The Specification of UML Collaborations as Interaction Components (EC, AB), pp. 352–367.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2002-Dmitriev #java #programming language
Language-specific make technology for the Java programming language (MD), pp. 373–385.
TOOLSTOOLS-USA-2002-PaigeKOL #automation #named #reasoning #specification
BON-CASE: An Extensible CASE Tool for Formal Specification and Reasoning (RFP, LK, JSO, JL), pp. 77–96.
GPCEGPCE-2002-Back #named #scripting language #specification
DataScript — A Specification and Scripting Language for Binary Data (GB), pp. 66–77.
GPCEGPCE-2002-BrichauMV #composition #logic #metaprogramming
Building Composable Aspect-Specific Languages with Logic Metaprogramming (JB, KM, KDV), pp. 110–127.
PPDPPPDP-2002-PembeciNH #domain-specific language #functional #integration
Functional reactive robotics: an exercise in principled integration of domain-specific languages (IP, HN, GDH), pp. 168–179.
POPLPOPL-2002-AmmonsBL #mining #specification
Mining specifications (GA, RB, JRL), pp. 4–16.
RERE-2002-DulacVLS #on the #requirements #specification #visualisation
On the Use of Visualization in Formal Requirements Specification (ND, TV, NGL, MADS), pp. 71–80.
RERE-2002-Garcia-DuquePB #requirements #specification #using
An Analysis-Revision Cycle to Evolve Requirements Specifications by Using the SCTL-MUS Methodology (JGD, JJPA, ABBM), pp. 282–288.
RERE-2002-KozlenkovZ #consistency #design #question #requirements #specification
Are their Design Specifications Consistent with our Requirements? (AK, AZ), pp. 145–156.
RERE-2002-WooR #approach #automation #lightweight #relational #reuse #specification #using
Reuse of Scenario Specifications Using an Automated Relational Learner: A Lightweight Approach (HGW, WNR), pp. 173–180.
SACSAC-2002-DascaluH #approach #specification
An approach to integrating semi-formal and formal notations in software specification (SD, PH), pp. 1014–1020.
SACSAC-2002-HarrisonD #approach
A hypothesis driven approach to condition specific transcription factor binding site characterization in S.c (RH, CD), pp. 151–158.
SACSAC-2002-KrugelTK #detection #network
Service specific anomaly detection for network intrusion detection (CK, TT, EK), pp. 201–208.
SACSAC-2002-LeeB #automation #documentation #object-oriented #requirements #specification
Automated conversion from requirements documentation to an object-oriented formal specification language (BSL, BRB), pp. 932–936.
FSEFSE-2002-LetierL #specification
Deriving operational software specifications from system goals (EL, AvL), pp. 119–128.
ICSEICSE-2002-DengDHM #concurrent #invariant #source code #specification #synthesis #verification
Invariant-based specification, synthesis, and verification of synchronization in concurrent programs (XD, MBD, JH, MM), pp. 442–452.
ICSEICSE-2002-Raz #detection #research #semantics #specification
Research abstract for semantic detection in dynamic data feeds with incomplete specifications (OR), pp. 733–734.
ICSEICSE-2002-Silva #approach #requirements #specification
Requirements, domain and specifications: a viewpoint-based approach to requirements engineering (AS), pp. 94–104.
ICSEICSE-2002-WoodsidePS #specification
Performance-related completions for software specifications (CMW, DBP, KHS), pp. 22–32.
ICSEICSE-2002-ZimmermanLL #readability #requirements #specification
Investigating the readability of state-based formal requirements specification languages (MKZ, KL, NGL), pp. 33–43.
LDTALDTA-2002-Consel #domain-specific language #how #what #why
Domain-Specific Languages: What, Why, How (CC), p. 1.
LCTESLCTES-SCOPES-2002-WahlenGNHLM #architecture #case study #compilation
Application specific compiler/architecture codesign: a case study (OW, TG, AN, AH, RL, HM), pp. 185–193.
LCTESLCTES-SCOPES-2002-WakabayashiT #adaptation #approach #debugging #evaluation #interface #specification #standard
Standardization approach of ITRON debugging interface specification and evaluation of its adaptability (TW, HT), pp. 65–74.
CADECADE-2002-Ahrendt #data type #deduction #fault #generative #specification #using
Deductive Search for Errors in Free Data Type Specifications Using Model Generation (WA), pp. 211–225.
ICLPICLP-2002-RussoMNK #abduction #approach #requirements #specification
An Abductive Approach for Analysing Event-Based Requirements Specifications (AR, RM, BN, JK), pp. 22–37.
ISSTAISSTA-2002-NimmerE #automation #generative #specification
Automatic generation of program specifications (JWN, MDE), pp. 229–239.
ISSTAISSTA-2002-Yavuz-KahveciB #component #concurrent #specification #synthesis #verification
Specification, verification, and synthesis of concurrency control components (TYK, TB), pp. 169–179.
ICTSSTestCom-2002-BorodayPGQ #fault #generative #specification #testing
Test Generation for CEFSM Combining Specification and Fault Coverage (SB, AP, RG, YMQ), pp. 355–372.
CBSECBSE-2001-Wile #architecture #using
Ensuring General-Purpose and Domain-Specific Properties Using Architectural Styles (DSW), p. 6.
ASEASE-2001-Fenkam #security #specification #verification
Security Specification and Verification (PF), p. 434.
ASEASE-2001-GarcezRNK #requirements #specification
An Analysis-Revision Cycle to Evolve Requirements Specifications (ASdG, AR, BN, JK), pp. 354–358.
ASEASE-2001-GrundyMHK #generative #specification #visual notation
Generating EDI Message Translations from Visual Specifications (JCG, RM, JGH, PK), pp. 35–42.
ASEASE-2001-Hall #modelling #network #product line #security #specification #validation
Specification Modeling and Validation Applied to a Family of Network Security Products (RJH), pp. 71–80.
ASEASE-2001-Kong #implementation #interactive #specification
Implementation of Specification Conjunction and Domain Interaction in Rosetta (CK), p. 435.
ASEASE-2001-LeDang #automation #specification #uml
Automatic Translation from UML Specifications to B (HL), p. 436.
ASEASE-2001-LedruBBMOP #adaptation #specification #testing
Test Purposes: Adapting the Notion of Specification to Testing (YL, LdB, PB, OM, CO, MLP), pp. 127–134.
ASEASE-2001-Lee #automation #documentation #execution #requirements #specification
Automated Conversion from a Requirements Document to an Executable Formal Specification (BSL), p. 437.
ASEASE-2001-LegeardP #case study #functional #generative #industrial #sequence #testing
Generation of Functional Test Sequences from B Formal Specifications-Presentation and Industrial Case Study (BL, FP), pp. 377–381.
ASEASE-2001-LowryPR #policy
Certifying Domain-Specific Policies (MRL, TP, GR), pp. 81–90.
ASEASE-2001-NentwichEF #consistency #distributed #specification
Static Consistency Checking for Distributed Specifications (CN, WE, AF), p. 115–?.
ASEASE-2001-ParissisV #automation #testing
Strategies for Automated Specification-Based Testing of Synchronous Software (IP, JV), pp. 364–367.
ASEASE-2001-PavlovicS #behaviour #composition #refinement #specification
Composition and Refinement of Behavioral Specifications (DP, DRS), pp. 157–165.
ASEASE-2001-ZismanK #approach #consistency #knowledge base #specification #uml
Knowledge Base Approach to Consistency Management of UML Specification (AZ, AK), pp. 359–363.
DACDAC-2001-BruniBB #design #statistics #synthesis
Statistical Design Space Exploration for Application-Specific Unit Synthesis (DB, AB, LB), pp. 641–646.
DACDAC-2001-KuhnOWREK #framework #hardware #object-oriented #specification #synthesis #verification
A Framework for Object Oriented Hardware Specification, Verification, and Synthesis (TK, TO, MW, WR, ME, YK), pp. 413–418.
DACDAC-2001-LyonnardYBJ #architecture #automation #generative #multi
Automatic Generation of Application-Specific Architectures for Heterogeneous Multiprocessor System-on-Chip (DL, SY, AB, AAJ), pp. 518–523.
DACDAC-2001-ShinS #design #power management
Coupling-Driven Bus Design for Low-Power Application-Specific Systems (YS, TS), pp. 750–753.
DATEDATE-2001-BaghdadiLZJ #architecture #design #multi #performance
An efficient architecture model for systematic design of application-specific multiprocessor SoC (AB, DL, NEZ, AAJ), pp. 55–63.
DATEDATE-2001-CasavantGLMWA #generative #graph #simulation
Property-specific witness graph generation for guided simulation (AEC, AG, SL, AM, KW, PA), p. 799.
DATEDATE-2001-GajskiVRGBPECJ #concurrent #specification
C/C++: progress or deadlock in system-level specification (DG, EV, WR, VG, DB, JP, SEE, PC, GGdJ), pp. 136–137.
DATEDATE-2001-GauthierYJ #automation #embedded #generative #operating system
Automatic generation and targeting of application specific operating systems and embedded systems software (