SE @ York – The Software Engineering Research Group at York University

The Software Engineering Research Group at York University

SE @ York Seminars – Ebrahim Bagheri on Information Mining from Twitter

Information Mining from Twitter

Prof. Ebrahim Bagheri, Ryerson University

Thursday November 5th, 2015, 11:00am.
Lassonde Building 3033 – LAS3033

The microblogging service, Twitter, has gained wide popularity with over 300M active users and over 500M tweets per day. The unique characteristic of Twitter, only allowing short length messages to be communicated, has brought about interesting changes to how information is expressed and communicated by the users, i.e., the semantics of information when expressed on Twitter differ from when expressed on other medium. For instance, …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – John Mylopoulos on Designing Adaptive Software Systems

Designing Adaptive Software Systems: A Requirements Engineering Perspective

Prof. John Mylopoulos, University of Trento / University of Toronto

Wednesday November 12th, 2014, 1pm.
Lassonde Building 3033 – LAS3033

Adaptive systems usually operationalize adaptation through a feedback loop, an architectural prosthesis that introduces monitoring, diagnosis and compensation functions to the system proper. We have been studying the requirements that lead to such feedback loop functionality. …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Arnon Sturm on Comprehensibility of UML-based Software Product Line Specifications

Comprehensibility of UML-based Software Product Line Specifications

Arnon Sturm, Arnon Sturm, Department of Information Systems Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Thursday December 5th, 4pm-5:30pm,
Tentative: Technology Enhanced Learning 3062 (TEL3062)

Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) deals with developing artifacts that capture the common and variable aspects of software product families. Domain models are one kind of such artifacts …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Rafael Caue Cardoso on Integrating Automated Planning with a Multi-Agent System Framework

Integrating Automated Planning with a Multi-Agent System Framework

Rafael Caue Cardoso, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Brazil

Thursday November 28th, 4pm-5:30pm,
Tentative: Technology Enhanced Learning 3062 (TEL3062)

The agents research area evolved rapidly through the mid 90s, and since then the agent community has been expecting intelligent agents to become a key technology in computer systems. Although that moment is taking longer than expected …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Luiz Cysneiros and Sotirios Liaskos’ presentations for iStar’13

Presentations by Luiz Cysneiros and Sotirios Liaskos for the 6th International i* Workshop (iStar’13).

Wednesday, June 12th, 3:30-5:30pm,
Technology Enhanced Learning 3062 (TEL3062)

Luiz Marcio Cysneiros. School of Information Technology, York University
Using i* to Elicit and Model Transparency in the Presence of Other Non-Functional Requirements: A Position Paper PDF

Sotirios Liaskos. School of Information Technology, York University
Qualitative vs. Quantitative Contribution Labels in Goal Models: Setting an Experimental Agenda (paper with Saeideh Hamidi and Rina Jalman) PDF

SE @ York Seminars – Daniela Rosu on Semantic Solutions for Business Integration

Semantic Solutions for Business Integration: towards a Core Business Data Interchange Ontology

Dr. Daniela Rosu, Rotman Business School, University of Toronto, Canada

Tuesday April 16th, 12:30-2:00pm,
Technology Enhanced Learning 3062 (TEL3062)

It is becoming increasingly clear that businesses would achieve maximum operating efficiency through the cooperative interaction between the models that describe their functionality from different vantage points and at different levels of abstraction. …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Gul Calikli on Confirmation Bias in Software Engineering

Confirmation Bias as a Human Aspect in Software Engineering

Dr. Gul Calikli, Data Science Lab, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University, Canada

Tuesday Mar. 26th, 12-1:30pm
Lassonde Building 3033 – LAS3033

Data mining methods are used in empirical software engineering research to predict, diagnose, and plan for various tasks during the software development process. Such prediction models enhance managerial decision-making. All the techniques so far used product and process related metrics in building predictive models. …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Fabiano Dalpiaz on software adaptation in socio-technical systems.

Software adaptation in socio-technical systems

Fabiano Dalpiaz,, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, Canada

Wednesday, November 21st, 2pm-3:30pm
Technology Enhanced Learning Building – TEL 3062

Self-adaptive software systems are systems that monitor their environment and compensate if there are deviations from their requirements. Self-adaptivity is particularly important for distributed systems that involve both software and human/organizational actors because of the volatility as well as …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Andrea Marrella on run-time adaptation of knowledge-intensive processes through AI techniques.

Run-time adaptation of knowledge-intensive processes through AI techniques: research challenges and some solutions
Andrea Marrella
, Department of Systems and Computer Science and Engineering at Sapienza – Universitá di Roma

Tuesday, February 14th, 12pm-1:30pm
Computer Science and Engineering Building – CSREB 3033

A knowledge-intensive process is one in which the people performing such process is involved in a fair degree of uncertainty. This is due to the high number of tasks to be represented and to their unpredictable nature, or to a difficulty to …..click here to read more

SE @ York Seminars – Jennifer Horkoff on Iterative, Interactive Analysis of Agent-Goal Models for Early Requirements Engineering

Iterative, Interactive Analysis of Agent-Goal Models for Early Requirements Engineering.
Jennifer Horkoff
, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Wednesday November 16th, 2:30pm
Technology Enhanced Learning TEL3062

Conceptual modeling allows abstraction, communication and consensus building in system development. It is challenging to expand and improve the accuracy of models in an iterative process, producing models able to facilitate analysis. Modeling and analysis can be especially challenging in early Requirements Engineering (RE), where …..click here to read more

Page 1 of 2:1 2 »