California Software Symposium [UCI]

Rohit Khare (
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 17:18:48 -0700

From: IRUS - Irvine Research Unit in Software
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 1997 2:23 PM
Subject: Adv Prog: California Software Symp (CSS '97)


California Software Symposium (CSS '97)

The featured topic for CSS '97 is `Bringing the Internet to Practical
Many other topics are also addressed.

Friday, November 7, 1997
University of California, Irvine
UCI Student Center, Monarch Bay A & B

The CSS '97 program, registration information, and full details can be
found at:

This year's featured topic, Bringing the Internet to Practical Use, is
complemented by presentations on such topical items as the Personal
Process (even Web-based ones!) and Java. Naturally, there is a mix of
technical and semi-technical material, embracing topics ranging from
COCOMO II, to the architectural style C2, to "project awareness," and
including a clever, network-based scheme for inexpensive testing and
debugging of distributed processes. The program culminates with
on Internet-based Management of Software Processes, followed by a panel
discussion of this timely topic.

A keynote address on the topic of "Scaling the Internet" will be given
Deborah Estrin, USC. -

During lunch, and throughout the day, posters and demonstrations of IRUS
CSE research projects will be showcased.

The 1997 California Software Symposium (CSS '97) is the seventh in a
series of annual meetings on software engineering co-sponsored by UCI's
Irvine Research Unit in Software (IRUS) and USC's Center for Software
Engineering (CSE). The purpose of these symposia is to bring together
researchers and practitioners to share ideas and experiences. Emphasis
on early dissemination of new ideas and empirical evaluation and on
experience with software techniques on actual projects. We feel
you will find that CSS '97 continues the tradition of high-quality,
peer-reviewed presentations and panel discussions.

Co-Chairs: Debra J. Richardson, UCI/IRUS
Dave Wile, USC/ISI/CSE

For more Information:
Debra A. Brodbeck, IRUS Technical Relations Director, (714) 824-2260

Visit our web sites:
CSS '97 Advance Program:

Sponsored by:

UCI Irvine Research Unit in Software (IRUS) -
USC Center for Software Engineering (CSE) -