December 3-5, 2002
The last decade has been marked by a string of industrial concentrations
and company mergers on both national and international levels. For businesses involved in
the development of software and computerized systems, this results in the necessity for
geographically spread out development with constant recourse to distributed systems
technologies. This evolution inevitably has a deep impact on the techniques, processes and
applications of software and systems engineering in use today while reflecting the
industrial, commercial and technological contexts now of the past. Consequently,
strategies are questioned in particular with regard to the reality and efficiency of
virtual teams outside any physical proximity, to the use of techniques and tools relying
on the web or to projects depending on open components.
Organized by the CMSL (Center for Mastering Systems & Software) of CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers), the aim of the 15th edition of the ICSSEA Conference is to provide a critical survey of the current status of tools, methods, and processes for elaborating software and systems. Particular emphasis will be laid on the evolution of software and systems engineering taking into account the constraints of globalization in the development and use of computing systems.
In addition to a series of parallel sessions, tutorials and workshops, ICSSEA 2002 will host, on the one hand, Assises ADELI dedicated to the theme entitled "Processes and Information Systems", to be held on Wednesday, December 4, and, on the other hand, Journées du CMSL dedicated to the theme entitled "Application Interoperability & Integration", to be held on Wednesday, December 4 and Thursday, December 5.
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