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ICSE Workshops SCM 2001 and SCM 2003, Toronto, Canada, May 14-15, 2001, and Portland, OR, USA, May 9-10, 2003.…
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Thedisciplineofsoftwarecon?gurationmanagement(SCM)providesoneofthe bestsuccessstoriesinthe?eldofsoftwareengineering. Withtheavailabilityof over100commercialSCMsystemsthattogetherformabillion-dollarmark- place,andtheexplicitrecognitionofSCMbysuchstand... weiterlesen
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Titel: Software Configuration Management

ISBN: 3540140360
EAN: 9783540140368
ICSE Workshops SCM 2001 and SCM 2003, Toronto, Canada, May 14-15, 2001, and Portland, OR, USA, May 9-10, 2003. Selected Papers.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'.
Auflage 2003.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von André van der Hoek, Bernhard Westfechtel
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

30. April 2003 - kartoniert - 288 Seiten

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Thedisciplineofsoftwarecon?gurationmanagement(SCM)providesoneofthe bestsuccessstoriesinthe?eldofsoftwareengineering. Withtheavailabilityof over100commercialSCMsystemsthattogetherformabillion-dollarmark- place,andtheexplicitrecognitionofSCMbysuchstandardsastheCMMand ISO-9000,thedisciplinehasestablisheditselfasoneoftheessentialcornerstones ofsoftwareengineering. While SCM is a well-established discipline, innovative software engine- ing approaches constitute new challenges that require support in the form of new or improvedtools, techniques, and processes. These challengesemerge in component-baseddevelopment,distributedsystems,dynamicallyboundand- con?gured systems, embedded systems, software architecture, Web-based s- tems,XML,engineering/productdatamanagement,systemengineering,process support,concurrentandcooperativeengineering,etc. Since the ?rst SCM workshop was held in 1988, the workshop series has providedarecurringforumforresearchersandpractitionerstopresenttechnical contributions,toexchangeanddiscussideas,andtoestablishcontactsforfurther cooperation. Thecurrentvolumecontainspapersfromtwoworkshopswhichwere bothco-locatedwiththeInternationalConferenceonSoftwareEngineering,but di?eredintheirformatsandgoals. SCM-10washeldasanICSEworkshopatToronto,CanadainMay2001. It wasdeliberatelydecidedtohaveaninformalworkshopinordertoopenaforum fordiscussingnewpractices,newchallenges,andnewboundariesforSCM. This wasachievedbyablendofinvitedtalks,talksonselectedpositionpapers,and lively discussions. Originally, informal proceedings were produced which were deliveredtotheworkshopparticipants. Lateron,5outof22submissionswere selectedforpublicationinthis jointvolume. Allauthorswereaskedtoextend theircontributionstofullpapersandtorevisethemthoroughly. WhiletheSCM-10experimentprovedverysuccessful,theSCMcommunity feltthatitshouldgoforaformalworkshoponceagain. Infact,thiswouldopen uptheopportunitytodocumentcurrentresearchandfertilizethedevelopment ofthisdiscipline. Asaconsequence,thefollow-upworkshopSCM-11washeld as a co-located event with ICSE at Portland, Oregon in May 2003. The Call forPapersreceivedalivelyresponsewith36submissions,outofwhich15were acceptedforpublication(12longand3shortpapers). Thesepapersappearinthe secondpartofthisvolume,orderedbytopic. Inadditiontopaperpresentations, theworkshopprovidedsu?cienttimeforinspiringdiscussions. Thechairsofbothworkshopswouldliketoacknowledgetheinvaluablec- tributionsofallauthorsandspeakers,theprogramcommittees,theorganizers oftheICSEconferences,andSpringer-Verlag. May2003 BernhardWestfechtel Andr evanderHoek VI Preface ProgramCommitteeofSCM2003 Geo?Clemm,Rational,USA ReidarConradi,NTNUTrondheim,Norway IvicaCrnkovic,MalardalenUniversity,Sweden WolfgangEmmerich,UniversityCollegeLondon,UK Andr evanderHoek,UniversityofCalifornia,Irvine,USA AnnitaPersson,EricssonAB,M olndal,Sweden BernhardWestfechtel(Chair),RWTHAachen,Germany JimWhitehead,UniversityofCalifornia,SantaCruz,USA AndreasZeller,UniversityofSaarbruc ken,Germany ProgramCommitteeofSCM2001 Geo?Clemm,Rational,USA IvicaCrnkovic,MalardalenUniversity,Sweden WolfgangEmmerich,UniversityCollegeLondon,UK JackyEstublier,LSR-IMAG,France Andr evanderHoek(Chair),UniversityofCalifornia,Irvine,USA Je?Magee,ImperialCollege,London,UK BernhardWestfechtel,RWTHAachen,Germany JimWhitehead,UniversityofCalifornia,SantaCruz,USA AndreasZeller,UniversityofSaarbruc ken,Germany SCMWorkshops SCM-1,Grassau,Germany(1988) SCM-2,Princeton,USA(1990) SCM-3,Trondheim,Norway(1991) SCM-4,Baltimore,USA(1993) SCM-5,Seattle,USA(1995) SCM-6,Berlin,Germany(1996) SCM-7,Boston,USA(1997) SCM-8,Brussels,Belgium(1998) SCM-9,Toulouse,France(1999) SCM-10,Toronto,Canada(2001) SCM-11,Portland,Oregon(2003) TableofContents BestPapersofSCM2001 De?ningandSupportingConcurrentEngineeringPoliciesinSCM. . . . . . . . 1 JackyEstublier,SergioGarc ?a,andGerman Vega Con?gurationManagementinComponentBasedProductPopulations. . . . 16 RobvanOmmering SoftwareArchitectureandSoftwareCon?gurationManagement. .

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Best Papers of SCM 2001.- Defining and Supporting Concurrent Engineering Policies in SCM.- Configuration Management in Component Based Product Populations.- Software Architecture and Software Configuration Management.- Supporting Distributed Collaboration through Multidimensional Software Configuration Management.- Software Configuration Management Related to the Management of Distributed Systems and Service-Oriented Architectures.- Version Models I.- Uniform Comparison of Configuration Management Data Models.- Towards Intelligent Support for Managing Evolution of Configurable Software Product Families.- Integrating Software Construction and Software Deployment.- Version Models II.- Data Product Configuration Management and Versioning in Large-Scale Production of Satellite Scientific Data.- Merging Collection Data Structures in a Content Management System.- Compatibility of XML Language Versions.- Architecture.- Using Federations for Flexible SCM Systems.- Dissecting Configuration Management Policies.- Concurrency and Distribution.- Improving Conflict Detection in Optimistic Concurrency Control Models.- Data Topology and Process Patterns for Distributed Development.- Component-Based Systems.- Managing the Evolution of Distributed and Interrelated Components.- A Lightweight Infrastructure for Reconfiguring Applications.- Education.- A Software Configuration Management Course.- New Applications.- Applications of Configuration Information to Security.- Towards Software Configuration Management for Test-Driven Development.
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