Friday, September 21, 2007

Viewpoints '96

In October of 1996, Anthony Finkelstein managed to unite more than 30 researchers to discuss the concept of viewpoint applied to Software Engineering. The International Workshop on Multiple Perspectives in Software Development proceedings has 32 short papers on the topic. It is the more diverse collection of viewpoints literature dealing with the concept of viewpoint in Requirements Engineering.

Below follows a list of all the 32 papers published in the Viewpoints 96 Workshop.

1) Relating viewpoints: a preface to Viewpoints 96
Anthony Finkelstein

2) Multiple view analysis of designs
Boumediene Belkhouche, Cuauhtémoc Lemus Olalde

3) Issues in multiparadigm viewpoint specification
Eerke Boiten, Howard Bowman, John Derrick, Maarten Steen

4) Modularized exception handling
Martin S. Feather

5) Managing interference
Anthony Finkelstein, George Spanoudakis, David Till

6) Multi viewpoint analysis in requirements process
Hisayuki Horai

7) Connecting viewpoints by shared phenomena
Michael Jackson

8) Towards a framework for managing inconsistency between multiple views
Bashar Nuseibeh

9) Solving conflicts produces new contexts
Laurent Perrussel

10) Consistency management for multiple perspective software development
Wai Leung Poon, Anthony Finkelstein

11) Automated assistance for conflict resolution in multiple perspective systems analysis and operation
William N. Robinson

12) Tool support for requirements formalisation
Jaelson F. B. Castro, Christian J. Gautreau, Marco A. Toranzo

13) An architecture for viewpoint environments based on OMG/CORBA
Wolfgang Emmerich

14) Support for constructing environments with multiple views
John C. Grundy, John G. Hosking, Warwick B. Mugridge, Robert W. Amor

15) Multiple view software process support using the MultiView architecture
David Jacobs, Chris Marlin

16) Multiple views based on unparsing canonical representations—the MultiView architecture
Chris Marlin

17) Tool support for multiple viewpoints
Geoff Mullery

18) Generating direct manipulation program editors within the MultiView programming environment
Michael Read, Chris Marlin

19) Supporting viewpoints in Metaview
Paul G. Sorenson, Piotr S. Findeisen, J. Paul Tremblay

20) An approach to conceptual feedback in multiple viewed software requirements modeling
Harry S. Delugach

21) A module concept for ViewPoints
Christian Piwetz, Michael Goedicke

22) Divergent views in goal-driven requirements engineering
Axel van Lamsweerde

23) A convergent systems viewpoint on viewpoints
Jack C. Wileden, Alan Kaplan

24) View-based mechanisms for structured and distributed enactment
Denis Avrilionis, Pierre-Yves Cunin

25) Viewpoints supporting the development of interactive software
T. C. Nicholas Graham

26) Business patterns and viewpoints
Haim Kilov, Ian Simmonds

27) Managing analytical complexity of safety critical systems using viewpoints
J. A. McDermid, A. J. Vickers, S. P. Wilson

28) Viewpoints-based software for management problem-solving interventions
Nikolay Mehandjiev

29) About views for modeling software processes in a role-specific manner
Martin Verlage

30) Viewpoints on viewpoints
Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite

31) Viewpoints in object database systems
Elisa Bertino, Giovanna Guerrini

32) Providing multiple views for objects by means of surrogates
Naftaly H. Minsky, Partha Pratim Pal

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