Conferences: ICSM 2009 and SCAM 2009
12 June 2009
The Software Improvement Group will be giving presentations at both the 25th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM) and the Ninth IEEE International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM) in September 2009.
The ICSM is one of the largest conferences in the field of software maintenance and provides an international forum for researchers, developers and users with an interest in this field. During this conference SIG will present the paper entitled “A Survey-based Study of the Mapping of System Properties to ISO/IEC 9126 Maintainability Characteristics”, written by José Pedro Correia, Yiannis Kanellopoulos and Joost Visser. SIG will also present the paper entitled “Criteria for the Evaluation of Implemented Architectures”, written by Eric Bouwers, Joost Visser and Arie van Deursen (TU Delft). These two papers are included in the 35 full papers which have been accepted out of a total of 162 submissions.
The SCAM is being organised alongside the ICSM and is aimed at bringing together researchers and users working on theories, techniques and applications relating to the analysis and/or manipulation of computer systems’ source code. At this conference SIG will present the paper entitled “Static Estimation of Test Coverage” by Tiago L. Alves and Joost Visser. This paper is one of the seventeen papers that have been accepted out of a total of 38 submissions.
If you would like more information about these papers, please contact Joost Visser on