RISE 2005 (http://rise2005.ics.forth.gr/) was the second annual inter-national workshop of the ERCIM (European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics - http://www.ercim.org/) Working Group on Rapid Integration of Software Engineering techniques (RISE - http://rise.uni.lu/). RISE is an international forum for researchers and practitioners interested in the advancement and rapid application of novel, integrated, or practical software engineering approaches being part of a methodological framework, which apply to the development of new or evolving applications and systems. RISE provides an opportunity to present and discuss the latest research results and ideas in the rapid and effective integration of software engineering techniques. Target application domains of interest to RISE include: ac Web-based software systems ac Mobile communication systems ac High-availability or mission-critical systems ac Resilient business and grid applications ac Ambient intelligence environments ac Embedded systems and applications ac User interface development ac Development environments ac Electronic entertainment ac Enterprise computing and applications In particular, RISE 2005 focused on an open and inclusive set of key software engineering domains, which formed the focal point of the workshop, including, but not limited to: ac Software and system architectures ac Software reuse ac Software testing ac Software model checking ac Model-driven design and testing techniques ac Model transformation ac Requirements engineering ac Lightweight or practice-oriented formal methods ac Software processes and software metrics ac Automated software engineering ac Design patterns ac Design by contract ac Defensive programmingRequirements, as mappings between socio-technical solutions and problems, represent an account of the history of ... This implies that requirements engineering processes consist of solutions searching for problems, rather than the other wayanbsp;...
|Title||:||Rapid Integration of Software Engineering Techniques|
|Author||:||Nicolas Guelfi, Anthony Savidis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-05-16|