●       Each research paper will have 25 minutes (including Q&A) for its presentation.

●       Each industry innovation paper or extended abstract will have 20 minutes (including Q&A) for its presentation.

Conference Schedule in pdf


Wednesday (June 26)

9:30am-9:45am       Opening

9:45am-11:00am     Keynote, Juha Savolainen (Danfoss)
“From reuse to use – reflections on the evolution of industrial software reuse”

11:00am-11:30am   Coffee break

11:30am-12:30pm   Session 1: “Software Reuse Practice

●    A Flexible and Efficient Approach to Component Test in Time-Critical Scenarios by Xiaojing Bao, Zhenxing Wang, and Xiao Chen (industry innovation paper)

●    “Reuse on Steroids”: Reuse of Code, Compliance Tools, and Clearing Results by Arun Azhakesan and Frances Paulisch (extended abstract)

●    Sustainable Software Reuse in Complex Industrial Software Ecosystem: The Practice in CFETSIT by Yixiao Li, Zhubin Chuan, Tong Wu, Yijian Wu, Xin Peng, and Gang Zhang (extended abstract)

12:30pm-2:00pm     Lunch

2:00pm-3:35pm       Session 2: “Software Product Line and Requirements Reuse

●      Extending FragOP Domain Reusable Components to Support Product Customization in the Context of Software Product Lines by Daniel Correa, Raul Mazo, and Gloria Lucia Giraldo Gómez (research paper)

●      Towards a Software System for Facilitating the Reuse of Business Processes by Konstantinos Athanasopoulos, Georgios Theodoridis, Christos Darisaplis, and Ioannis Stamelos (research paper)

●      Automated Support to Capture Creative Requirements via Requirements Reuse by Quoc Anh Do, Surendra Raju Chekuri, and Tanmay Bhowmik (research paper)

●      A Comparative Analysis of Game Engines to Develop Core Assets for a Software Product Line of Mini-Games by Martín V. A. Sierra Galvis, Maria Constanza Pabón, Luisa Fernanda Rincón Pérez, Andrés Adolfo Navarro-Newball, and Diego Linares (industry innovation paper)

3:35pm-4:00pm       Coffee break

4:00pm-5:10pm       Session 3: “Reuse and Design and Evolution

●      Behavioral Evolution of Design Patterns: Understanding Software Reuse through the Evolution of Pattern Behavior by Derek Reimanis and Clemente Izurieta (research paper)

●      Developing a Flexible Simulation-optimization Framework to Facilitate Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems Designs through Software Reuse by Yang Yang and Ting Fong May Chui  (industry innovation paper)

●      Automatically Extracting Bug Reproducing Steps from Android Bug Reports by Yu Zhao, Kye Miller, Tingting Yu, Wei Zheng, and Minchao Pu (research paper)

Dinner on your own

Thursday (June 27)

9:00am-10:15am     Keynote, Michelle Simon (U.S. EPA)
“Continual Improvement of 20th Century Legacy Scientific Software via 21st Century Computer Science”

10:15am-10:45am   Coffee break

10:45am-12:25pm   Session 4: “Intelligent Software Reuse

●    Searching Software Knowledge Graph with Question by Wang Min, Zou Yanzhen, Cao Yingkui, and Xie Bing (research paper)

●    SemiTagRec: A Semi-supervised Learning based Tag Recommendation Approach for Docker Repositories by Jiahong Zhou, Wei Chen, Guoquan Wu, and Jun Wei (research paper)

●    Slicing Based Code Recommendation for Type Based Instance Retrieval by Rui Sun, Hui Liu, and Leping Li (research paper)

●    NLI2Code: Reusing Libraries with Natural Language Interface by Qi Shen, Bing Xie, Yanzhen Zou, Zixiao Zhu, and Shijun Wu (research paper)

12:25pm-2:00pm     Lunch

2:00pm-3:40pm       Session 5: “Domain-Specific Software Development

●      A Double-Edged Sword? Software Reuse and Potential Security Vulnerabilities by Antonios Gkortzis, Daniel Feitosa, and Diomidis Spinellis (research paper)

●      ACO-RR: Ant Colony Optimization Ridge Regression in Reuse of Smart City System by Qiaoyun Yin, Ke Niu, Ning Li, Xueping Peng, and Yijie Pan (research paper)

●      An Improved Approach for Complex Activity Recognition in Smart Homes by Nirmalya Thakur and Chia Y. Han (research paper)

●      Examining the reusability of Smart Home applications: A Case Study on Eclipse Smart Home by Vivian Smiari, Matina Bibi, and Daniel Feitoza (research paper)

Dinner cruise on the scenic Ohio River
5:00pm       Meet back at the College of Engineering to take transportation to the boat dock.
                    Attire is business casual. A light jacket is recommended.

5:15pm        Bus leaving for BB Riverboat Dinner Banquet and River Cruise
                   -- Bus loading near College of Engineering building

9:30pm      Bus leaving for campus and hotel drop offs
                   -- Bus loading at the river dock

Friday (June 28)

9:00am-10:15am     Keynote, Yang Liu (Nanyang Technological University)
“Detect and Manage Vulnerabilities in the Open Source Software”

10:15am-11:00am   Award ceremony and closing

(last update: April 11, 2019)