About these proceedings
FIDJI 2003 was an international forum for researchers and practitioners in- rested in the advances in, and applications of, software engineering for distri- ted applicationdevelopment. Concerningthe technologies,the workshopfocused on “Java-related” technologies. It was an opportunity to present and observe the latest research, results, and ideas in these areas. Allpaperssubmittedtothisworkshopwerereviewedbyatleasttwomembers of the International Program Committee. Acceptance was based primarily on originality and contribution. We selected, for these post-workshop proceedings, 14 papers, amongst 29 submitted, two tutorials, and one keynote talk. FIDJI2003aimedatpromotingascienti?capproachtosoftwareengineering. The scope of the workshop included the following topics: – design of distributed Java applications – Java-related technologies – software and system architecture engineering and development methodo- gies – development methodologies for UML – development methodologies for reliable distributed systems – component-based development methodologies – managementofevolutions/iterationsintheanalysis,design,implementation, and test phases – dependability support during system life-cycles – managing inconsistencies during application development – atomicity and exception handling in system development – software architectures, frameworks, and design patterns for developing d- tributed systems – integration of formal techniques in the development process – formal analysis and grounding of modeling notation and techniques (e. g. , UML, metamodeling) – supporting the security requirements of distributed applications in the - velopment process – refactoring methods – industrial and academic case studies – development and analysis tools The organization of such a workshop represents an important amount of work.
.NET Deployment Framework J2EE Java Mixin UML Unified Modeling Language (UML) XML distributed application development distributed applications distributed java distributed java applications distributed object systems real-time