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April 3-5, 1997
"Multimedia Information Systems" - (ICAST '97)
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The April '97 general meeting of C-SPIN has been dedicated to the Multimedia Information Systems conference. This event has been organized by the 13th International Conference on Advanced Sciences and Technology (ICAST '97). C-SPIN is a co-sponsor for this conference and has organized a track at the conference to further enhance the understanding of software development and process improvement in a multimedia environment.
The C-SPIN track is divided into two parts: a panel discussion and a paper session.
The panel discussion includes topics that relate to "Software Process for Developing Cyberspace Applications". It is comprised of practitioners who have devoted time and effort in developing and/or evaluating cyberspace applications. These panelists will share their lessons learned and the issues surrounding such an environment. They will also discuss the use of a process or the steps that they have taken to successfully complete their projects.
Panel Chair: Hamid Ghezavat, Honeywell, Inc.
Debra Mallette, Motorola, Inc.
Mark McKernin, Northeastern Illinois University
Arthur Ramer, University of New South Wales, Australia
Pat Liu, Lucent Technologies
To understand and improve the way Cyberspace applications have been and will be developed, this panel assembles practitioners who have devoted time and effort in developing such applications. The panelists will share their lessons learned in developing Cyberspace applications and the issues surrounding such developments.
The paper session includes the following:
- Visualization of Data Dependency Analysis in Parallel Program Design
E. Trichina, J. Oinonen, and B. Thoms, U. of South Australia, Australia
- A Visual Software Construction Approach
D.J.Chen , W. C. Chen, C. C. Hwang, and C.S. Kung, National Chiao Tung U., ROC
- A Testing Maturity Model for Software Test Process Assessment and Improvement
Ilene Burnstein, Gary Saxena, Robert Carlson, Ariya Hoymen, and Taratip Suwanassart, Ill. Institute of Technology
- Inspections Don't Do it All
Nicole Bianco, Motorola, Inc.