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1st Workshop on
Modularity In Systems Software
(MISS 2011)

March 22, Porto de Galinhas, Pernambuco (Brazil)
co-located with AOSD.11

MISS 2011 Program

Tuesday, March 22
Registration
08:30 am
Welcome
09:00 am

Introduction

Speed Dating

Session 1: Beam Me Up, Gregor!
09:30 am

Upcall Dispatcher Aspects: Combining Modularity with Efficiency in the CiAO IP Stack (Jochen Streicher, Christoph Borchert and Olaf Spinczyk) get presentations

Magic for the Masses: Safer High-level Low-level Programming through Customizable Static Analyses (Ralf Mitschke, Andreas Sewe and Mira Mezini)

10:30 am Coffee Break
Session 2: Schizophrenic Schedulers and Servers
11:00 am

A Feature Model and Development Approach for Schedulers (Kardelen Hatun, Christoph Bockisch, Hasan Sözer and Mehmet Akşit)

An Annotation-Based Approach for JCSP Concurrent Programming: A Quantitative Study (José Elias Araújo, Henrique Rebêlo, Ricardo Lima, Alexandre Mota, Uirá Kulesza and Cláudio Sant’Anna)

Towards a robust model for distributed aspects (Ismael Mejía and Mario Südholt) get presentations

12:30 pm Lunch Break
Session 3: Lightning Talks and Thunderous Discussion
02:00 pm

Subjective-C (Sebastián Gonzaléz) get presentations

On Modularity and Composition of Aspects (Somayeh Malakuti) get presentations

Refactoring Contracts using Aspects: Is it Always Worthwhile? (Henrique Rebêlo) get presentations

Discussion Groups

03:30 pm Coffee Break
Session 4: Analysis and Synthesis
04:00 pm -
05:30 pm

Group Presentations

Global Discussion

Wrap-up

In order to leave sufficient time for discussion, the authors of full papers should prepare a presentation of 20 minutes, with 10 minutes of questions. Presenters of lightning talks should prepare a presentation of up to 10 minutes, with roughly 5 minutes of questions. Be prepared to take questions during your talk, since the MISS workshop stimulates interaction.