RELEASE: Research Links to Explore and Advance Software Evolution

Funding:

European Science Foundation Scientific Network 106, EUR 93,660 (Leicester: not fixed)

Duration:

November 2002 - October 2005

Summary:

The goal of this network is to facilitate interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and interaction on software evolution in a broad sense. In general, the focus of interest will be on guiding principles of, and better tools for software evolution. The goal will be to suitably link theory-based and empirical approaches, to enhance mutual exchange of ideas and to foster collaborative research amongst the leading European groups on these topics. The topics will naturally include the use of mathematical formalisms as a foundation for industrial tools and processes to support software evolution. This cross fertilisation between mathematics and computer science on the one hand, and between process aspects and technological aspects on the other hand, is intended to lead to a better understanding of software evolution as a whole, which should lead to better tool support for all aspects of software evolution.

People:

R Heckel (Site Leader), M El-Ramly, J L Fiadeiro

Partners:

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Dept of Informatics
University of Leicester
Leicester, LE1 7RH
United Kingdom

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