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Research visit organised in the context of previous visits of the PhD students Gunter Mussbacher to discuss the standardization of the AoURN notation.
CITI Advisory Board Meetings.
Gunter is developing the Aspect-oriented User Requirements Notation (AoURN), a framework that enables goal-oriented, scenario-based, and aspect-oriented modeling in a unified way. During his visit we will write a paper to be submitted to a journal.Seminars @ CITI: Semantic-Based and Syntactic-Based Feature Interactions in Aspect-oriented Models
Gael Dias was invited to argue the MSc dissertation by Luís Gomes on "parallel Texts Alignment". It was also dicussed the on-going project VIP-ACCESS
Lucia Specia has been invited as she has been selected as a possible post-doc to be contracted by FCT/UNL under the Programme Compromisso coma Ciência 2008. A presentation was made of ongoing work at Xerox. The post was not latter accepted as Xerox invited her to stay at Xerox research Centre Europe, where she was working at the time.Seminars @ CITI: Predicting the Sentence-Level Quality of Machine Translation Systems
Joint work in the area of compensation policies for long running transactions.Seminars @ CITI: Bridging the gap between Interaction- and Process-Oriented Choreographies
Identification of joint research work in the areas of agile development and test-driven development. Presentation of a seminar for CITI. Participation as jury member in the PhD panel of Miguel Goulão.Seminars @ CITI: Agile methodologies and test driven development: report on two empirical studies
Prof. Doctor Guido Moerkotte gives a seminar with the title: "Dynamic Programming for Join Ordering Revisited". Also has a meeting with the DSL /(software languages engineering) working group in order to build the foundations for a future collaboration project.Seminars @ CITI: Dynamic Programming for Join Ordering Revisited
Prof. Doctor Carl-Christian Kanne gives a seminar with the title: "Scalable Business Process Automation". Also has a meeting with Vasco Amaral and the rest of the students part of the DSL / Software Languages Engineering working group in order to build the foundations for a future collaboration project.Seminars @ CITI: Scalable Business Process Automation
Work meetings with the BATIC3S project team concerning the integration of Model Based Testing tools and concepts. Seminar at DI.Seminars @ CITI: SATEL - A Test Intention Language for Object Oriented Specifications of Reactive Systems