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Call for participation : ICSSEA - 2011 Software & Systems Engineerng and their Applications, Nov. 29-30, Dec. 1st, 2011, Paris‏
mercredi 17 août 2011 , Sandrine Beaujon


23rd International Conference “SOFTWARE & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING and their APPLICATION Telecom ParisTech, Paris, November 29- December 1st, 2011

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Sponsors : INCOSE, AFIS, Microsoft, Black Duck Software, Syntell (Sweden), CS-Communication & Systems, CIGREF (The IT Club of Large French Enterprises), System@tic, ETS Montréal, Telecom Paristech, CNAM, Université de Toulouse/IRIT,…

Integration & Interoperability The ubiquitous spread of the Internet and the World Wide Web has had a twofold impact on software and systems engineering : it has impacted the way enterprises interact with their customers and partners, and it has changed the way they develop software applications. Among the more common approaches that are being used are service-oriented architectures, web services, SAAS, cloud computing, P2P, grids, JBI and SCA. These approaches leverage the distributed nature of the systems to make them more flexible, adaptable, and better suited to users’ needs. In contrast to the tightly-coupled designs of older technologies, modern software and systems deliver capability through a kaleidoscope of loosely-coupled elements riding on infrastructure. Oftentimes project management is also a distributed process. Not only are teams geographically spread, but also a team must cooperate with members outside their own organization in order to successfully complete a project. Software and systems producers can no longer act in total isolation – they must themselves become dependent on component or service providers, on VAR’s, and even on proactive customers.

The 23rd edition of the ICSSEA Conference (International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications) will be held in Paris on November 29 to December 1st, 2011. By gathering actors from across the enterprise and research worlds, it aims at providing a critical survey of the status of tools, methods, and processes for elaborating software & systems. Lectures and discussions will be conducted with the issues of integration and interoperability in software and systems as the leitmotiv.



9:30-10:30 Session 1 : Opening • Keynote Engineering and adapting future internet applications : An overview on S-Cube - The European Network of Excellence on Software Services and Systems Klaus Pohl – Universität Duisburg-Essen (D)

11:00-12:30 Session 2 : Safety and Security • Evaluation process for software application security Regina Maria Thienne Colombo, Amandio Balcão, Ana Cervigni Guerra – CTI (BR) and Marcelo De Paula Pessao – Universidade de São Paulo (BR) • Towards a system engineering approach to master safety and security interdependencies Ludovic Piètre-Cambacédès – EDF (F), Sara Sadvandi – SODIUS (F), and Nicolas Chapon C-S (F) • Innovative security testing approaches in industry and standardization Axel Rennoch, Ina Schieferdecker, and Jürgen Großmann – Fraunhofer FOKUS

14:00-14:45 Invited Lecture • Understand the complexity of your software, with Visual Studio Ultimate, and integrate your own modeling tools Jean-Marc Prieur – Microsoft, Program Manager in the Visual Studio Ultimate Product Unit, in charge of the Modeling Platform and Experience (GB)

15:00-16:00 Session 2 contn’d • Safety Architect : A tool for model-based safety analyses compliant with the systems engineering approach Lecture & demo Jonathan Dumont, Frank Sadmi, and Frédérique Vallée – All4tec (F)

16:30-17:30 Session 3 : Systems Engineering • Design rationale in bridging gap from requirements to logic/physical solution Jean Verries – Altran & LAAS (F) and Abd-El-Kader Sahraoui – LAAS (F) • Factor join trees in systems exploration Shah-An Yang and John Baras – University of Maryland (USA)

17:30-18:00 Invited Lecture • Innovation & Systems engineering Dominique Luzeaux – DGA/Ministry of Defense and AFIS (F)

11:00-17:30 TUTORIAL 1 Model-driven engineering of service-oriented architectures Libero Maesano – Simple Engineering (I/F)

Tens, hundreds, thousands… applications, systems, devices will be connected and will collaborate in the Internet without direct human involvement. Such architectures, linking companies, government and for-no-profit organizations, will make happen the automation of business processes that support daily activities. Functional and operational dependability and security exigencies will reach levels until now reserved to critical sectors, such as Defense and Critical Infrastructure Utilities. Current software engineering methods and tools are challenged. Service Orientation is a new way of thinking about system (user, organization) collaboration. Model-driven Engineering is a new way of thinking service and system analysis, design, implementation, test and governance. Together, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Model-driven Architecture (MDA) are the breakthroughs that allow implementing distributed architectures of loosely-coupled systems that collaborate in order to achieve flexible, dependable and secure business automation. This tutorial is intended to introduce the fundamentals of SOA and MDA, organized in the simpleSOA™ methodological framework, that adopts a strong service-oriented, contract-based, model-driven, pattern-directed approach to service and services architecture engineering. The precise and operational definition of service can be grasped by contrast with the concept of system. A service is a contract, i.e. a collection of formal requirements about functions, interfaces and external behaviors that operates as a set of rights and duties for the service parties. The service contract, thanks to MDA, is a layered set of models at the conceptual, logical and physical levels. A service-oriented architecture is a distributed architecture in which the collaboration among participants (systems, organizations, and users) is carried out through the choreographed exchange of services regulated by contracts. The engineering cycle of services and services architecture is presented through a detailed example.


9:00-11:00 Session 4 : Service & Application Engineering • Introducing OSLC : an open standard for interoperability of open source development tools Olivier Berger, Sabri Labbene, Madhumita Dhar, and Christian Bac – Telecom SudParis (F) • An OSGI-based service-oriented architecture for Android software development platforms Samia Bouzefrane – CNAM, Dijiang Huang – Arizona State University (USA), and Pierre Paradinas – CNAM (F) • Sessions design and management for Java autonomic Web applications Patrick Bellot and Loïc Baud – Telecom Paristech (F) • Generic feature interaction detection in Web services Ahmed Khoumsi – University of Sherbrooke (CDN)

11:30-12:30 Session 5 : Information Systems : Testing issues • Information system modeling for effective information testing Michel Lanque – Alcatel-Lucent and Philippe Larvet – Consultant (F) • Steps towards model-based, inference-driven SOA testing Ariele Maesano, Fabio De Rosa, Libero Maesano – Simple Engineering (I), and Pierre-Henri Wuillemin – LIP6 (F)

14:00-15:30 Session 6 : Information Systems : Assessment and mining • Measurement of the information system value Pierre Bonnet – Orchestra Networks (F) • HERISSON : a WebLab-based platform for assessment and experimentation of information processing technologies Sylvie Brunessaux – EADS-Cassidian (F), Sébastien Cantarell, Aude Giraudel – DGA, Patrick Giroux, and Bruno Grilhères – EADS-Cassidian (F) • SYNAPSE : A system for optimizing enterprise search by extended Wikipedia mining Jörg Kerschbaumer, Matthias Reichhold, Günther Fliedl, and Christian Winkler – Alpen Adria Universität Klagenfurt (A)

16:00-17:30 Session 7 Model-Based Systems Engineering


• SysML/MBSE : Return of experience from architects in the product design of professional mobile radio communications terminals

Frédéric Risy – Cassidian (F)

• Transforming between models of requirements and user interface prototypes Sevan Kavaldjian, Hermann Kaindl, Jürgen Falb – TU Wien (A), and Kizito Ssamula Mukasa – EnBW Operations GmbH (D)

9:00-17:30 TUTORIAL 2

• Complexity revealed : New directions in software and systems engineering Joseph K. De Rosa – Consultant, formerly with Mitre Corp (USA)

This Seminar is for software engineers, systems engineers and managers who wish to solve some of their most critical and perplexing problems in large-scale, software-intensive systems. Traditional systems engineering processes and tools have not been adequate to prevent such projects from being habitually late-to-market and over budget – many systems are obsolete before they are delivered, or they otherwise fall short of expectations. When projects are overwhelmed by complexity, they tend to “muddle through” using traditional methods coupled with heroic efforts. Is that any way to run an enterprise ?

This Seminar charts a course toward an alternative future for large-scale, software-intensive systems. It presents a new way of thinking – and that new thinking is firmly based on the fundamentals of complexity science. Because it is precisely “complexity” that gives systems their power and longevity, we must learn to harness it for our gain rather than cope with it at our peril. This Tutorial embraces complexity as a powerful force in systems. It sifts through the wealth of available information to bring forth the underpinnings for successful engineering of such systems. It is by no means a panacea for success, but seeks to answer several key questions


9:00-9:30 Invited Lecture • Automata-based control for reconfigurable computing systems Éric Rutten – INRIA (F)

9:30-10:30 Session 8 : Requirements Engineering • Continuous requirement management during development process Lecture & demo Mohamed Bouali, Hycham Aboutaleb, and Samuel Boutin – Knowledge Inside (F)

11:00-12:30 Session 8 contn’d • The SpecRIGHT tool Lecture & demo Jean Chevalier and Olivier Amram – Magellium (F) • The requirements management : A major lead through integration process Christian Blanchet and Nicolas Chapron – Areva (F)

14:00-14:45 Invited Lecture • TBA

15:00-16:00 Session 9 : Project Management • Towards indicators for risk assessment in software projects Julio Menezes Jr, Cristine Gusmão, and Hermano Moura – Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (BR) • An innovative approach to quality assurance Deborah Devadason, Ranjini Balaraman, and Mukhta Kartik – Mahindra Satyam (IND)

16:00-16:30 Invited lecture • A critical survey of Project Management Nicolas Trèves – CNAM (F)

9:30-16:00 TUTORIAL 3 Architecture 4.0 : A way to simplify information systems engineering Hervé Crespel – X4IT (F)

The concept of information system has emerged about 25 years ago and still remains set-up with great differences in different enterprises. It is true that an information system is naturally complex. But it seems that the real complexity, as embedded in software, is coming from other sources. It is also true that information systems’ costs and complexity are going on parallel increasing, despite of promises of IT vendors. A relevant question is to understand why information systems are so different from an enterprise to another and why it is so difficult to share the same information system between several companies. This question becomes more relevant at this moment where cloud computing is opening a new age of computing architecture, with the promise to provide the same on-line service to many.

This tutorial is intended to focus new lights on enterprise information system. The first step is to have a comprehensive definition of what is an enterprise information system. It will be very useful for setting-up appropriate management and organization, after understanding what are the true places of software architecture, information system urbanism, and enterprise architecture. The second step is to see how computing has evolved during the last 40 years in order to understand if we can learn enough, from experiences and mistakes, in order to reach a sustainable model of information systems. The third step is to define such a model, showing how it is compliant with enterprise needs. At the end, this tutorial will give some keys for improving information management. And it could provide the most intrepid designers with relevant tools for transforming their information system.


GENERAL CHAIRS Agusti Canals – CS Communication & Systems (F)

Élie Najm – Telecom Paristech (F)

Jean-Claude Rault – Génie Logiciel (F)

STEERING COMMITTEE Maarten Boasson – Consultant, formerly with University of Amsterdam (NL)

Joseph K. DeRosa – Consultant, formerly with MITRE Corp (USA)

Vassilka Kirova – Alcatel-Lucent (USA)

Claude Y. Laporte – École de Technologie Supérieure (CDN)

Gérard Memmi – Telecom Paristech (F)

Axel Rennoch – Fraunhofer FOKUS (D)

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE Jakob Axelsson – Mälardalen University (S)

Alessandra Bagnato – TXT (I)

Maria-Laura Bargellini – ENEA (I)

Maarten Boasson – Consultant, formerly with University of Amsterdam (NL)

Jorgen Boegh – Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications (PRC)

Jean-François Caenen – Capgemini (F)

Agusti Canals – CS Communication & Systems (F)

Robert Cloutier – Stevens Institute of Technology (USA)

Darren Dalcher – National Centre for Project Management (GB)

Narajan Debnath – Winona University (USA)

Joseph K. DeRosa – Consultant, formerly with MITRE Corp (USA)

Tharam Dillon – Curtin University (AUS)

Alessandro Fantechi – Universita di Firenze (I)

Juan Garbajosa – UPM (E)

Cecilia Haskins – NTNU (N)

Hans-Ludwig Hausen – SIQ (D)

Jérôme Hugues – ISAE (F)

Anne Mette Jonassen Hass – Delta (DK)

Vassilka Kirova – Alcatel-Lucent (USA)

Philip A. Laplante – Penn State University (USA)

Claude Y. Laporte – École de Technologie Supérieure (CDN)

Dominique Luzeaux – DGA (F)

Libero Maesano – Simple Engineering (I)

Élie Najm – Telecom Paristech (F)

Asmus Pandikow – Syntell (S)

Marsha Pomeroy-Huff – SEI (USA)

Jean-Claude Rault – Génie Logiciel (F)

Axel Rennoch – Fraunhofer FOKUS (D)

Laurent Rioux – Thales (F)

Nicolas Rivière – LAAS (F)

Thomas Robert – Telecom ParisTech (F)

Eric Rutten – INRIA (F)

Ina Schieferdecker –Fraunhofer FOKUS (D)

Marjan Sirjani – Reykjavik University (IS)

Nicolas Trèves – CNAM (F)

Sylvie Vignes – Telecom ParisTech (F)

Xavier Warzee – Microsoft (F)

Christian Winkler – Universität Klagenfurt (A)

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