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Travelled to:
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × The Netherlands
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Quilici A.v.Deursen Y.Zhang S.J.Carrière R.Kazman D.Pautler L.O'Brien T.Lin K.Gallagher
Talks about:
program (7) plan (5) understand (3) constraint (3) recognit (3) experi (3) tool (3) architectur (2) algorithm (2) approach (2)

Person: Steven Woods

DBLP DBLP: Woods:Steven

Facilitated 1 volumes:

IWPC 1999Ed

Contributed to:

ICSM 19991999
IWPC 19981998
ASE 19971997
WCRE 19971997
WCRE 19972000
WCRE 19961996
WPC 19961996

Wrote 9 papers:

ICSM-1999-WoodsCK #architecture #re-engineering #semantics
A Semantic Foundation for Architectural Reengineering and Interchange (SW, SJC, RK), p. 391–?.
IWPC-1998-WoodsOLGQ #architecture #comprehension #tool support
An Architecture for Interoperable Program Understanding Tools (SW, LO, TL, KG, AQ), pp. 54–63.
ASE-1997-PautlerWQ #simulation #specification
Exploiting Domain-Specific Knowledge to Refine Simulation Specifications (DP, SW, AQ), p. 117–?.
WCRE-1997-DeursenWQ #recognition #tool support
Program Plan Recognition for Year 2000 Tools (AvD, SW, AQ), p. 124–?.
WCRE-1997-QuiliciWZ #approach #constraints
New Experiments with a Constraint-Based Approach to Program Plan Matching (AQ, SW, YZ), pp. 114–123.
WCRE-J-1997-DeursenQW00 #recognition #tool support
Program plan recognition for year 2000 tools (AvD, AQ, SW), pp. 303–324.
WCRE-J-1997-QuiliciWZ00 #approach #constraints
Program plan matching: experiments with a constraint-based approach (AQ, SW, YZ), pp. 285–302.
WCRE-1996-WoodsQ #algorithm #comprehension #how #recognition #towards
Some Experiments Toward Understanding How Program Plan Recognition Algorithms Scale (SW, AQ), pp. 21–30.
WPC-1996-QuiliciW #algorithm #constraints #framework #towards
Toward a Constraint-Satisfaction Framework for Evaluating Program-Understanding Algorithms (AQ, SW), p. 55–?.

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