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International Conference on Software and Data Technologies 

About: International Conference on Software and Data Technologies is an academic conference. The conference publishes majorly in the area(s): Software development & Software. Over the lifetime, 1219 publication(s) have been published by the conference receiving 4335 citation(s).


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Proceedings Article
01 Jan 2007
TL;DR: The current state of the art in fine-grained version control (differencing and merging) for software diagrams with an emphasis on UML diagrams is discussed.
Abstract: For long, fine-grained version control for software documents has been neglected severely. Typically, software configuration management systems support the management of text or binary files. Unfortunately, text-based tools for fine-grained version control are not adequate for software documents produced in earlier phases in the software life cycle. Frequently, these documents have a graphical syntax; therefore we will call them software diagrams. This paper discusses the current state of the art in fine-grained version control (differencing and merging) for software diagrams with an emphasis on UML diagrams.

64 citations

Book ChapterDOI
11 Sep 2006
TL;DR: The present work provides a summary of the state of art in software measures by means of a systematic review on the current literature to show the trends in the software measurement field and the software process on which the measurement efforts have focused.
Abstract: The present work provides a summary of the state of art in software measures by means of a systematic review on the current literature. Nowadays, many companies need to answer the following questions: How to measure?, When to measure and What to measure?. There have been a lot of efforts made to attempt to answer these questions, and this has resulted in a large amount of data what is sometimes confusing and unclear information. This needs to be properly processed and classified in order to provide a better overview of the current situation. We have used a Measurement Software Ontology to classify and put the amount of data in this field in order. We have also analyzed the results of the systematic review, to show the trends in the software measurement field and the software process on which the measurement efforts have focused. It has allowed us to discover what parts of the process are not supported enough by measurements, to thus motivate future research in those areas.

61 citations

Proceedings Article
01 Jan 2009
TL;DR: A distortion free invisible watermarking technique for relational databases to build the watermark after partitioning tuples with actual attribute values and getting a watermark as a permutation of tuples in the original table.
Abstract: In this paper we introduce a distortion free invisible watermarking technique for relational databases. The main idea is to build the watermark after partitioning tuples with actual attribute values. Then, we build hash functions on top of this grouping and get a watermark as a permutation of tuples in the original table. As the ordering of tuples does not affect the original database, this technique is distortion free. Our contribution can be seen as an application to relational databases of software watermarking ideas developed within the Abstract Interpretation framework.

57 citations

Proceedings Article
01 Jan 2009
TL;DR: The objective is to analyse the existing approaches to testing in software product lines, discussing the significant issues related to this area of knowledge and providing an up-to-date state of the art which can serve as a basis for innovative research activities.
Abstract: Software product lines constitute a new paradigm where industrial production techniques are adapted and applied to software development. Reuse and the maintenance of traceability between the different artefacts in the line are fundamental requirements in this paradigm, articulating the best practices for software development in an environment that is perfectly controlled by software engineering methods. This article presents a systematic review of the literature which deals with testing in software product lines. The objective is to analyse the existing approaches to testing in software product lines, discussing the significant issues related to this area of knowledge and providing an up-to-date state of the art which can serve as a basis for innovative research activities. The paper also analyses how SPL research can contribute and dynamise the research in software

55 citations

Proceedings Article
01 Jan 2006
TL;DR: A taxonomy is developed that helps classifying existing application scenarios concerning the dimensions of domain, design, and integration and an insight is provided into the area of semantic integration and how metamodels can be brought together with ontologies in this context.
Abstract: This paper strives for demonstrating “metamodels in action” which means showing concrete applications of this concept. Based on a literature survey we develop a taxonomy that helps classifying existing application scenarios concerning the dimensions of domain, design, and integration and briefly describe some of the existing work we came across. Furthermore, we provide an insight into the area of semantic integration and how metamodels can be brought together with ontologies in this context. The paper is concluded with an outlook on important future work in the field of metamodeling.

54 citations

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No. of papers from the Conference in previous years
YearPapers
202114
202046
201968
2018110
201752
201663