OT '98/ COTSR 
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 OT '98/ COTSR

1st UK Colloquium on Object Technology & System Re-engineering (COTSR)
                  April 6-8, Christ Church, Oxford University

Please note that COTSR runs in parallel with OT '98, Europe's premier conference on Object Technology. The registration fee (320 + VAT for academics) covers entry to both events, full accommodation, lunch and dinner for 3 nights at Christ Church, Oxford University, Oxford. Registration details below)

                   FINAL PROGRAMME and Open Forum

(o) Open Forum Announcement
-----------------------------

In addition to the regular paper sessions, we are pleased to announce
the inclusion of an `Open Forum' session.  Papers in this Open Forum
are in a such nature as work in progress, interim project reports, etc.

The Open Forum is designed to help young researchers and in particular
graduate students (at MSc. and/or PhD level). Also it is open for
those who have already regular papers in the Colloquium.

The papers at the Open Forum are best presented by a combination of
short presentation (5 minutes) of summary followed by 30-35 minutes of
presentation of the work with the aid of a poster, drawing, etc.

An extended abstract (not to exceed 2 A4 pages, free format) of the
Open Forum papers will be published in the proceedings. The deadline
for submission is 1 April. Electronic submission (postscript) is
highly recommended. The submission should be made to the program
chair.


Postal: Prof. Hussein Zedan
        Software Technology Research Laboratory,
        De Montfort University,
        The Gateway,
        Leicester LE1 9BH,
        England

(o) Registration
----------------

Participation fee and booking information for COTSR should be made via
the OT98 online booking form

        http://www.*-*-*.com/

or by emailing (immediately)


Further inquiries may be made at the OT98 office:

                                 Tel: +353 28 38483
                                 Fax: +353 28 38485
                                 Post: Object Technology 98, PO Box 7,
                                       Skibbereen, Cork, Ireland

(o) COTSR Programme
-------------------

The programme is on the COTSR web page and can be accessed via

        http://www.*-*-*.com/

COTSR Programme

Monday, 6th April 1998

 10:00   Registration and coffee

 11:15   Session 1: Opening and Keynote Address
         11:15 - 11:30 Opening address
          Prof. H. Zedan, De Montfort University
         11:30 - 12:30 Keynote Address
          I. Graham, Chase Manhattan Bank

 12:30   Lunch

 14:00  Session 2: Formal methods in OO
        14:00 - 14:35
         Towards an Object-Oriented Design Methodology for Hybrid Systems,
         V. Friesen, A. Nordwig; Technische Universitat Berlin
         M. Weber; Daimler-Benz AG
        14:40 - 15:15
         Fair Objects,
         P. Gibson, D. Mery; Universite Henri Poincare

 15:15   Break

 15:45  Session 3: Re-engineering I
        15:45 - 16:20
         Re-engineering Requirements Specifications for Reuse:
         A Synthesis of 3 Years Industrial Experience,
         W. Lam; The University of Hertfordshire
        16:25 - 17:00
         Pre-processing COBOL Programs for Reverse Engineering
         in a Software Maintenance Tool,
         J. Kwiatkowski, I. Puchalski; Wroclaw University of Technology
         H. Yang; De Montfort University

 18:30   Dinner

Tuesday, 7th April 1998

 9:00  Session 4: OO languages
        9:00 - 9:35
         Systems of Systems as Communicating Structures ,
         V. Kotov; Hewlett-Packard laboratories
        9:40 - 10:15
         Agent Oriented Programming Language LASS ,
         M. Badonski, M. Ivanovic, Z. Budimac; University of Novi Sad

 10:15  Break

 10:45  Session 5: Applications of OO
        10:45 - 11:20
         Object-Oriented Development of X-Ray Spectrometer Software ,
         T. Ihme; VTT Electronics
        11:25 - 12:00
         Object-Oriented Model for Expert Systems Implementation ,
         F. Alonso Amo, J. L. Fuertes, L. Martinez,
         C. Montes, R. Navajo; UPM

 12:00   Lunch

 14:00  Session 6: Design patterns and CORBA
         14:00 - 14:35
          Design Patterns and their Role in Formal Object-Oriented
          Development ,
          K. Lano, S. Goldsack; Imperial College
         14:40 - 15:15
          Suitability of CORBA as a Heterogeneous Distributed Platform ,
          A. Platt; De Montfort University
                     P. Mc Kee; BT Research Laboratories

 15:15   Break

 15:40  Session 7: Re-engineering II
         15:40 - 16:15
          Reengineering Procedural Software to Object-Oriented
          Software Using Design Transformations and Resource
          Usage Matrix ,
          S. Pidaparthi, P. Luker, H. Zedan; De Montfort University
         16:15 - 16:50
          Using OO Design to Enhance Procedural Software ,
          M. Chessel; IBM UK Ltd
          F. Civello; University of Brighton
         16:50 - 17:25
          Devising Coexistence Strategies for Objects with legacy Systems ,
          G. Canfora, A. Cimitile, A. De Lucia; Universita del Sannio
          G. A. Di Lucca; Universita di Napoli "Federico II"
         17:25 - 18:00
          Object based Software Process Modelling ,
          F. Atil and S. Ghoul; MRP, Algeria

 19:00  Dinner

Wednesday, 8th April 1998

 9:00   Open Forum

--
A. J. O'Callaghan
Chair, Object Technology Group, DMU.



Thu, 07 Sep 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 OT '98/ COTSR
1st UK Colloquium on Object Technology & System Re-engineering (COTSR)
                  April 6-8, Christ Church, Oxford University

Please note that COTSR runs in parallel with OT '98, Europe's premier conference on Object Technology. The registration fee (320 + VAT for academics) covers entry to both events, full accommodation, lunch and dinner for 3 nights at Christ Church, Oxford University, Oxford. Registration details below)

                   FINAL PROGRAMME and Open Forum

(o) Open Forum Announcement
-----------------------------

In addition to the regular paper sessions, we are pleased to announce
the inclusion of an `Open Forum' session.  Papers in this Open Forum
are in a such nature as work in progress, interim project reports, etc.

The Open Forum is designed to help young researchers and in particular
graduate students (at MSc. and/or PhD level). Also it is open for
those who have already regular papers in the Colloquium.

The papers at the Open Forum are best presented by a combination of
short presentation (5 minutes) of summary followed by 30-35 minutes of
presentation of the work with the aid of a poster, drawing, etc.

An extended abstract (not to exceed 2 A4 pages, free format) of the
Open Forum papers will be published in the proceedings. The deadline
for submission is 1 April. Electronic submission (postscript) is
highly recommended. The submission should be made to the program
chair.


Postal: Prof. Hussein Zedan
        Software Technology Research Laboratory,
        De Montfort University,
        The Gateway,
        Leicester LE1 9BH,
        England

(o) Registration
----------------

Participation fee and booking information for COTSR should be made via
the OT98 online booking form

       http://www.trireme.com/ot98/bookOnline.html

or by emailing (immediately)


Further inquiries may be made at the OT98 office:

                                 Tel: +353 28 38483
                                 Fax: +353 28 38485
                                 Post: Object Technology 98, PO Box 7,
                                       Skibbereen, Cork, Ireland

(o) COTSR Programme
-------------------

The programme is on the COTSR web page and can be accessed via

       http://www.cms.dmu.ac.uk/STRL/cotsr/prog2.html

COTSR Programme

Monday, 6th April 1998

 10:00   Registration and coffee

 11:15   Session 1: Opening and Keynote Address
         11:15 - 11:30 Opening address
          Prof. H. Zedan, De Montfort University
         11:30 - 12:30 Keynote Address
          I. Graham, Chase Manhattan Bank

 12:30   Lunch

 14:00  Session 2: Formal methods in OO
        14:00 - 14:35
         Towards an Object-Oriented Design Methodology for Hybrid Systems,
         V. Friesen, A. Nordwig; Technische Universitat Berlin
         M. Weber; Daimler-Benz AG
        14:40 - 15:15
         Fair Objects,
         P. Gibson, D. Mery; Universite Henri Poincare

 15:15   Break

 15:45  Session 3: Re-engineering I
        15:45 - 16:20
         Re-engineering Requirements Specifications for Reuse:
         A Synthesis of 3 Years Industrial Experience,
         W. Lam; The University of Hertfordshire
        16:25 - 17:00
         Pre-processing COBOL Programs for Reverse Engineering
         in a Software Maintenance Tool,
         J. Kwiatkowski, I. Puchalski; Wroclaw University of Technology
         H. Yang; De Montfort University

 18:30   Dinner

Tuesday, 7th April 1998

 9:00  Session 4: OO languages
        9:00 - 9:35
         Systems of Systems as Communicating Structures ,
         V. Kotov; Hewlett-Packard laboratories
        9:40 - 10:15
         Agent Oriented Programming Language LASS ,
         M. Badonski, M. Ivanovic, Z. Budimac; University of Novi Sad

 10:15  Break

 10:45  Session 5: Applications of OO
        10:45 - 11:20
         Object-Oriented Development of X-Ray Spectrometer Software ,
         T. Ihme; VTT Electronics
        11:25 - 12:00
         Object-Oriented Model for Expert Systems Implementation ,
         F. Alonso Amo, J. L. Fuertes, L. Martinez,
         C. Montes, R. Navajo; UPM

 12:00   Lunch

 14:00  Session 6: Design patterns and CORBA
         14:00 - 14:35
          Design Patterns and their Role in Formal Object-Oriented
          Development ,
          K. Lano, S. Goldsack; Imperial College
         14:40 - 15:15
          Suitability of CORBA as a Heterogeneous Distributed Platform ,
          A. Platt; De Montfort University
                     P. Mc Kee; BT Research Laboratories

 15:15   Break

 15:40  Session 7: Re-engineering II
         15:40 - 16:15
          Reengineering Procedural Software to Object-Oriented
          Software Using Design Transformations and Resource
          Usage Matrix ,
          S. Pidaparthi, P. Luker, H. Zedan; De Montfort University
         16:15 - 16:50
          Using OO Design to Enhance Procedural Software ,
          M. Chessel; IBM UK Ltd
          F. Civello; University of Brighton
         16:50 - 17:25
          Devising Coexistence Strategies for Objects with legacy Systems ,
          G. Canfora, A. Cimitile, A. De Lucia; Universita del Sannio
          G. A. Di Lucca; Universita di Napoli "Federico II"
         17:25 - 18:00
          Object based Software Process Modelling ,
          F. Atil and S. Ghoul; MRP, Algeria

 19:00  Dinner

Wednesday, 8th April 1998

 9:00   Open Forum

--
A. J. O'Callaghan
Chair, Object Technology Group, DMU.



Mon, 14 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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