We will present the paper “A Classification of Variation Control Systems” (authors: Linsbauer, Berger, Grünbacher) at the 16th Int’l Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts & Experience. The work was carried in collaboration with Thorsten Berger from Chalmers University (Gothenburg, Sweden). Abstract — Version control systems are an integral part of today’s software and systems development … Continue reading @GPCE’17
The 29th Research Methods Seminar (ReMeSe) took place on June 30 at our lab. We were happy to host research groups from TU Vienna (Prof. Biffl) and the University of Innsbruck (Prof. Felderer). Thanks to all presenters! Michael Felderer (University of Innsbruck) “Academia-Industry Collaborations” Kristof Meixner (TU Vienna) “Feature Configuration based on BPMN Processes” Irdin … Continue reading ReMeSe-29
We are happy to announce that Andreas Grimmer, a former student researcher of our lab, this week received the Incentive Award of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) for his master’s thesis ‘A Program Analysis Tool Chain for Programmable Logic Controller Programs’. The OCG Incentive Award is given annually to promote excellent degree theses in the … Continue reading Austrian Computer Society Incentive Award
The paper “An Experiment Comparing Lifted and Delayed Variability-Aware Program Analysis (authors: Florian Angerer, Paul Grünbacher, Herbert Prähofer, and Lukas Linsbauer) was recently accepted by the program committee of the 33rd IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME 2017). The conference is the premier international forum for researchers and practitioners working in on … Continue reading @ICSME’17
Four papers of our lab are presented this week at the 8th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering in L’Aquila, Italy. Weninger, Markus; Lengauer, Philipp; Mössenböck, Hanspeter, “User-centered Offline Analysis of Memory Monitoring Data” Schörgenhumer, Andreas; Hofer, Peter; Gnedt, David; Mössenböck, Hanspeter, “Efficient Sampling-based Lock Contention Profiling for Java” Lengauer, Philipp; Bitto, Verena; Mössenböck, Hanspeter, … Continue reading The lab shows strong presence at ICPE’17
On March 29, 2017 Florian Angerer defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! Congratulations! Special thanks goes to all members of the committee. The picture shows (from left to right): Paul Grünbacher (Head CDL MEVSS), Herbert Prähofer (supervisor), Armin Biere (head of the committee), Florian Angerer, Rene Mayrhofer (committee member), and Sven Apel (external … Continue reading Congratulations, Florian!
On December 22, 2016 Daniela Rabiser defended her dissertation to earn her doctoral degree! Congratulations! Special thanks goes to all members of the committee: The picture shows (from left to right): Josef Küng (committee member), Stefan Biffl (external assessor, Technical University Vienna), Daniela Rabiser, Paul Grünbacher (supervisor), and Armin Biere (head of the committee).
MEVSS Forum November 24, 2016 Research Reports Requirements-based Monitoring and Diagnosis of Systems of Systems (Rick Rabiser) Application Performance Management Memory Monitoring (Philipp Lengauer) Lock Contention Monitoring (Peter Hofer) Multi-Modeling and Evolution in Software Ecosystems Feature Modeling in Industrial Software Ecosystems (Daniela Rabiser) Configuration-aware Program Analysis (Florian Angerer) Tool Demonstrations REMINDS: REquirements Monitoring INfrastructure for … Continue reading MEVSS Forum
Ein Interview mit Paul Grünbacher über die REFSQ’17.
On November 10, 2016 Peter Hofer defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! Congratulations! Special thanks goes to all members of the committee: The picture shows (from left to right): Armin Biere (head of the committee), Rene Mayrhofer (committee member), Walter Binder (external assessor, University of Lugano) and Hanspeter Mössenböck (supervisor).