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Aspectual Problem Frames
Aspectual AoURNSeminars @ CITI: Aspect-oriented URN
Collaboration meeting. Main topics: ongoing BATIC3S research, planning future joint research projects. Seminar "SATEL: How to express test intentions". Part of the jury of Bruno Barroca MsC's defense.Seminars @ CITI: SATEL: How to express test intentions
Model-Drivcen Development: from Requirements to Architecture
Meeting with Vasco Amaral. Present a talk: "Measuring the Structural Similarity of Semistructured Documents Using Entropy"Seminars @ CITI: Measuring the Structural Similarity of Semistructured Documents Using Entropy
Dimitris Mostrous, researcher at the Department of Computing, Imperial College, London will visit CITI from February 22nd to March 1st. Mostrous works on session types for object-oriented languages. The visit will include working meetings on the aforementioned topic.
Kohei Honda, researcher at Queen Mary, University of London will visit CITI from February 22nd to March 1st. Honda's experience in the dialogue between industry and theory, in the context of W3C's working group on web services will certainly be of interest to CITI members. Honda will deliver a talk at CITI.Seminars @ CITI: On Importance of Bringing Theory to Industry: an experience in W3C CDL working group
This visit was organized in order to analyse the possibility to continue cooperation in the area of word meaning discrimination using the knowledge acquired in the framework of Agustini's PhD Thesis and the full text indexing machinery implemented meanwhile by José Aires. It was also intended for programming future cooperation in bilateral projects including Universidade Federal do rio Grande do Sul.
Sensoria project related research activity.
Ivan Lanese, researcher at the Department of Information Science, University of Bologna will visit CITI from November 20th to November 30th. Lanese is involved in the Sensoria project, where several CITI members participate. The visit will include multiple working sessions on the topic of Service Oriented Computing.