鷲崎弘宜, 早稲田大学リサーチアワード(国際研究発信力), 2018年2月
CFP (Call for Papers) AsianPLoP 2018 (7th Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs) March 1-2, 2018, Tokyo, Japan
http://www.asianplop.org Paper submission due is Jan 7, 2018
読売新聞 12月1日朝刊 くらし教育面の特集「ゲーム教材を小学授業に」にて、G7プログラミングラーニングサミットの取組みを取り上げていただきました。
読売新聞, くらし教育面の特集「ゲーム教材を小学授業に」, 2017年12月1日
Prof. Washizaki gave a keynote titled “Pitfalls and Countermeasures in Software Quality Measurements and Evaluations” at QuASoQ2017, a workshop of APSEC2017 at Nanjing. http://quasoq2017.swc-rwth.de/
In addition, M1 Yuichiro Senzaki gave a talk titled “A Web Application to Manage and Improve Software Development Projects by SEMAT Essence” at QuASoQ2017.
11/25-26 岡山市で開催、しごと能力研究学会 第10回全国大会にて「IoT/クラウド/ビッグデータ/AI に関する文科省 社会人教育プログラム」と題し enPiT-Proスマートエスイーを基調報告
Hironori Washizaki, Yann-Gael Gueheneuc, Foutse Khomh, “ProMeTA: A Taxonomy for Program Metamodels in Program Reverse Engineering,” Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE) journal, 2018. (SCIE indexed, CORE Rank A)(to appear)
To support program comprehension, maintenance, and evolution, metamodels are frequently used during program reverse engineering activities to describe and analyze constituents of a program and their relations. Reverse engineering tools often define their own metamodels according to the intended purposes and features. Although each metamodel has its own advantages, its limitations may be addressed by other metamodels. Existing works have evaluated and compared metamodels and tools, but none have considered all the possible characteristics and limitations to provide a comprehensive guideline for classifying, comparing, reusing, and extending program metamodels. To aid practitioners and researchers in classifying, comparing, reusing, and extending program metamodels and their corresponding reverse engineering tools according to the intended goals, we establish a conceptual framework with definitions of program metamodels and related concepts. We confirmed that any reverse engineering activity can be clearly described as a pattern based on the framework from the viewpoint of program metamodels. Then the framework is used to provide a comprehensive taxonomy, named Program Metamodel TAxonomy (ProMeTA), which incorporates newly identified characteristics into those stated in previous works, which were identified via a systematic literature review (SLR) on program metamodels, while keeping the orthogonality of the entire taxonomy. Additionally, we validate the taxonomy in terms of its orthogonality and usefulness through the classification of popular metamodels.
Yijun Yu, Haruhiko Kaiya, Nobukazu Yoshioka, Zhenjiang Hu, Hironori Washizaki, Yingfei Xiong, Amin Hosseinian-Far, “Goal Modelling for Security Problem Matching and Pattern Enforcement,” International Journal of Secure Software Engineering (IJSSE), 2018. (DBLP indexed)
#CSEET2017 30th IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), Savannah, Georgia, November 7-9, 2017 is successfully over! Thank you all for your contribution and participation. I hope everyone enjoyed the conference. See you next time in Hawaii!
Yuichiro Senzaki, Siyuan Liu, Hironori Washizaki, Yoshiaki Fukazawa, Hiroshi Kobayashi and Masaharu Adachi, “A Web Application to Manage and Improve Software Development Projects by SEMAT Essence,” 5th International Workshop on Quantitative Approaches to Software Quality (QuASoQ 2017), in conjunction with the 24th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2017), Nanjing, Jiangsu, China, 4th December 2017
As part of the rapid advances in software engineering, each year a vast amount of new knowledge and ideas are proposed. However, a gap often arises between new ideas and
current methods due to a lack of fundamental theory. To bridge this gap, SEMAT (Software Engineering Methods and Theory) Essence has been proposed as the common ground in software engineering. Using SEMAT Essence, developers can track the progress and health of a project more efficiently from various viewpoints. However, SEMAT Essence has some limitations. In practice, only a few tools implement SEMAT Essence. Most of these tools are problematic and do not sufficiently satisfy the requirements for practical developments. Therefore, we develop a tool called OCMS (Online Checklist Management System), which improves existing tools. An experiment where students manage an ET robot contest project using OCMS confirms its effectiveness and demonstrates that OCMS can help developers improve efficiency.