Component-Based Software Engineering: 11th International Symposium, CBSE 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 14-17, 2008, Proceedings by Michel R. V. ChaudronComponent-Based Software Engineering: 11th International Symposium, CBSE 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 14-17, 2008, Proceedings by Michel R. V. Chaudron

Component-Based Software Engineering: 11th International Symposium, CBSE 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany…

byMichel R. V. ChaudronEditorClemens Szyperski, Ralf H. Reussner

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On behalf of the Organizing Committee we are pleased to present the p- ceedings of the 2008 Symposium on Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE). CBSE is concerned with the development of software-intensivesystems from independently developed software-building blocks (components), the - velopment of components, and system maintenance and improvement by means of component replacement and customization. CBSE 2008 was the 11th in a series of events that promote a science and technology foundation for achieving predictable quality in software systems through the use of software component technology and its associated software engineering practices. Wewerefortunateto haveadedicatedProgramCommitteecomprisingmany internationallyrecognizedresearchersandindustrialpractitioners.Wewouldlike to thank the members of the Program Committee and associated reviewers for their contribution in making this conference a success. We received 70 subm- sions and each paper was reviewed by at least three Program Committee m- bers (four for papers with an author on the Program Committee). The entire reviewing process was supported by the Conference Management Toolkit p- vided by Microsoft. In total, 20 submissions were accepted as full papers and 3 submissions were accepted as short papers.
Title:Component-Based Software Engineering: 11th International Symposium, CBSE 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany…Format:PaperbackDimensions:351 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:October 6, 2008Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Performance Engineering.- Automating Performance Analysis from Taverna Workflows.- An Empirical Investigation of the Effort of Creating Reusable, Component-Based Models for Performance Prediction.- Deploying Software Components for Performance.- Performance Prediction for Black-Box Components Using Reengineered Parametric Behaviour Models.- Extra-Functional Properties: Security and Energy.- Validating Access Control Configurations in J2EE Applications.- Classification of Component Vulnerabilities in Java Service Oriented Programming (SOP) Platforms.- Component-Level Energy Consumption Estimation for Distributed Java-Based Software Systems.- Formal Methods and Model Checking.- Synthesis of Connectors from Scenario-Based Interaction Specifications.- State Space Reduction Techniques for Component Interfaces.- Model Checking of Control-User Component-Based Parametrised Systems.- Verification Techniques.- Automatic Protocol Conformance Checking of Recursive and Parallel Component-Based Systems.- Structural Testing of Component-Based Systems.- Towards Component-Based Design and Verification of a ?-Controller.- Run-Time Infrastructures.- ESCAPE: A Component-Based Policy Framework for Sense and React Applications.- Experiences from Developing a Component Technology Agnostic Adaptation Framework.- A Practical Approach for Finding Stale References in a Dynamic Service Platform.- Methods of Design and Development.- Towards a Systematic Method for Identifying Business Components.- Life-Cycle Aware Modelling of Software Components.- A Component Selection Framework for COTS Libraries.- Opportunistic Reuse: Lessons from Scrapheap Software Development.- Component Models.- A Component Model for Control-Intensive Distributed Embedded Systems.- The CoSi Component Model: Reviving the Black-Box Nature of Components.- Ada-CCM: Component-Based Technology for Distributed Real-Time Systems.