BrunoBuchberger This book is a synopsis of basic and applied research done at the various re search institutions of the Softwarepark Hagenberg in Austria. Starting with 15 coworkers in my Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC), I initiated the Softwarepark Hagenberg in 1987 on request of the Upper Aus trian Government with the objective of creating a scienti?c, technological, and economic impulse for the region and the international community. In the meantime, in a joint e?ort, the Softwarepark Hagenberg has grown to the current (2009) size of over 1000 RaD employees and 1300 students in six research institutions, 40 companies and 20 academic study programs on the bachelor, masteras and PhD level. The goal of the Softwarepark Hagenberg is innovation of economy in one of the most important current technologies: software. It is the message of this book that this can only be achieved and guaranteed long term by awatering the roota, namely emphasis on research, both basic and applied. In this book, we summarize what has been achieved in terms of research in the various research institutions in the Softwarepark Hagenberg and what research vision we have for the imminent future. When I founded the Softwarepark Hagenberg, in addition to the awatering the roota principle, I had the vision that such a technology park can only prosper if we realize the amagic trianglea, i.e. the close interaction of research, academic education, and business applications at one site, see Figure 1.... the next subsections as part of the discussion about manual versus automated testing and the prioritization of tests based on ... Software testing is one of the most important and most widely practiced measures of software quality engineeringanbsp;...
|Author||:||Bruno Buchberger, Michael Affenzeller, Alois Ferscha, Michael Haller, Tudor Jebelean, Erich Peter Klement, Peter Paule, Gustav Pomberger, Wolfgang Schreiner, Robert Stubenrauch, Roland Wagner, Gerhard Weiß, Wolfgang Windsteiger|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-05-29|