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- MetaModeling06 (Wednesday, March 29th, 2006)
- Tutorial: Meta-Models, Meta-Classes and Meta-Objects by Prof. Stéphane Ducasse.
The aim of this lecture is to gain insight into meta-level architectures by building a simple yet powerful reflective object-oriented kernel. Doing that the attendees will better understand the concepts of method lookup, self/super, instance allocation, initialization, class creation. Moreover, this lecture will offer a deep insight on the essence of object-oriented programming: instantiation and inheritance. The reflective kernels under study are the ones of ObjVlisp, D-SOM (IBM) and Smalltalk-78.
- FOTS LORE Workshop on Evolving Repositories (FLOWER)
When? Monday, January 23rd.
What? First workshop aimed at integrating the tool chain used within the software engineering groups at the University of Antwerp.
In the future, this workhop may be opened to researchers from other groups working with related repository technologies.
Feel free to contact us if you're interested to participate next year.
Preparation for this meeting may be limited to the creation of a few slides, potentially even a demo of data collection or analysis.
|09.40||Who does what|
|09.40|| Olaf MoTMoT framework (PDF)|
|09.50|| Bart DB Qualitative preconditions for refactoring (PDF, PPT) |
|10.00|| Pieter Higher Order Transformations in MoTMoT (PDF)|
|10.10|| Bart VR Modeling test entities|
|10.20|| Matthias C++ to MDR|
|10.30|| Filip CVS reconstruction tool and metamodel|
|10.55||Existing collaborations: Brief presentations of the collaborations
(focused on joined data production or analysis procedures)
which have already taken place,
focusing on the benefits of these collaborations.|
|10.55|| Bart DB JDT2MDR and MotMot|
|11.00|| Andy JDT2MDR and coupling measurement|
|11.05||Future collaborations (brainstorming)|
|11.10||Bart DB and Filip: sharing data w.r.t. coupling and cohesion|
|11.30|| Kickstarting new MoTMoT initiatives|
|11.30|| Discussion on architecture for "C++ to MDR" project|
|11.45|| Discussion on architecture for Bart DB & Filip|
|12.00|| Lessons learnt + Action Points|
|12.10|| End of workshop|
Transformation for Refactoring
(Monday and Tuesday, April 5th-6th, 2004)
- The aim of this workshop is
to bring together a number of researchers interested in the
use of graph rewriting for refactoring. In this way we can get to know
each other's work,
and discuss differences and commonalities. More broadly we can consider
the advantages and
disadvantages of graph rewriting, as compared to other formalisms, for
aspects of refactoring. Also, and perhaps most most importantly, we
wish to identify possibilities
for cooperation, within SegraVis (EU) and the project "Formal
Foundation for Software Refactoring"
on "Tools for Software
Engineering" and "Telecom"
year, the University of
Antwerp invites a number of experts in the
field of Computer Science, to
give a presentation about their work, in
order to expose students to new
and emerging trends. For already the
fourth consecutive year now, we
organize some of these seminars in
conjunction with two associated
institutions, namely the "Hogeschool
Antwerpen" and the "Karel De Grote
Hogeschool". As such, we aim to foster
cross-fertilization between the closely related fields of ICT and
- JaGra 2005
- This workshop aims at working out a concrete graph transformation
semantics for Java. The workshop will consist of a number of plenary sessions and smaller working group sessions, of 2-3 persons each. Working groups will concentrate on modelling the statics and dynamics of particular isolated language features; plenary sessions are organized to integrate the results into a single meta-model and set of rules.