Detailed program

Wednesday, February 6th

8h30 - 9 h 00: Registration

9h - 9h05: Opening remarks

9h05 - 10 h 00: Keynote: Challenges and Insights from Optimizing Configurable Software Systems, Norbert Siegmund, Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany.

10h00 - 10h30: Coffee Break (Foyer)

10-h 30 – 12 h 30 : Session 1: Variability Management from the Trenches (Session chair: Ina Schaefer)

Mercy Njima and Serge Demeyer. An Exploratory Study on Migrating Single-Products towards Product Lines in Start-up Contexts (Discussant: Jacob Krüger)

Jacob Krüger. Are You Talking about Software Product Lines? An Analysis of Developer Communities (Discussant: Paolo Arcaini)

Shaukat Ali, Paolo Arcaini, Ichiro Hasuo, Fuyuki Ishikawa and Nian-Ze Lee. Towards a Framework for the Analysis of Multi-PLs in the Automotive Domain (Discussant: Merci Nijma)

12h 30-13h30: Lunch

13 h 30 - 15 h 30: Session 2: New Domains for Variability Management (Session chair: Eddy Truyen)

Benoit Amand, Maxime Cordy, Patrick Heymans, Mathieu Acher, Paul Temple and Jean-Marc Jézéquel. Towards Learning-Aided Configuration in 3D Printing: Feasibility Study and Application to Defect Prediction (Discussant: Sebastian Krieter)

Sergio García, Daniel Strüber, Davide Brugali, Alessandro Di Fava, Philipp Schillinger, Patrizio Pelliccione and Thorsten Berger. Variability Modeling of Service Robots: Experiences and Challenges (Discussant: Maxime Cordy)

Sebastian Krieter, Tobias Thiem and Thomas Leich. Using Dynamic Software Product Lines to Implement Adaptive SGX-enabled Systems (Discussant: Sergio García)

15 h 30 - Social Event

Thursday, February 7th

8h30 - 9 h 00: Registration

9h - 9h05: Message from the organisers

9h05 - 10 h 00: Keynote: Variability-intensive software systems: product lines and beyond , Matthias Galster , University of Canterbury, New Zealand

10h00 - 10h30: Coffee Break (Foyer)

10-h 30 – 12 h 30 : Session 3: Testing and Validation (Session Chair: Pierre-Yves Schobbens)

Mustafa Al-Hajjaji, Uwe Ryssel and Michael Schulze. Validating Partial Configurations of Product Lines (Discussant: Fischer Ferreira)

Kristof Meixner, Dietmar Winkler and Stefan Biffl. Towards Combined Process & Tool Variability Management in Software Testing (Discussant: Mustafa Al-Hajjaji)

Fischer Ferreira, João Paulo Diniz, Cleiton Tavares and Eduardo Figueiredo. Testing Tools for Configurable Software Systems: A Review-based Empirical Study (Discussant: Kristof Meixner)

12h 30-14h: Lunch

14 h - 15 h 30: Panel on Quantitative Variability Modeling and Analysis (Panelists: Ina Schaefer, Maxime Cordy, Pierre-Yves Schobbens, Norbert Siegmund, moderated by Maurice ter Beek and Axel Legay)

15 h 30 - 16h 00: Coffee Break (Foyer)

16 h – 17 h 20: Session 4: Feature Management (Session Chair: Malte Lochau)

Raiza Artemam de Oliveira, Bruno Barbieri de Pontes Cafeo and André Cavalcante Hora. Historical Analysis of Feature Dependencies: An Exploratory Study (Discussant: Karine Gomes)

Karine Gomes, Leopoldo Teixeira, Thayonara Alves, Márcio Ribeiro and Rohit Gheyi. Characterizing safe and partially safe evolution scenarios in product lines: An Empirical Study (Discussant: Bruno Barbieri de Pontes Cafeo)

19H - Workshop Dinner

Friday, February, 8th

8h30 - 9 h 00: Registration

9 h 00 – 10 h 30: Panel on Variability and AI Panelists: Hendrick Blockeel (KULeuven), Benoit Frenay (UNamur) Eddy Truyen (KULeuven), moderated by Danny Weyns and Gilles Perrouin.

10 h 30 – 11 H: Coffee Break (Foyer)

11h – 12 h 10 - Session 5 : Variability Modelling (Session Chair: Gilles Perrouin)

Daniel Cruz, Eduardo Figueiredo and Jabier Martinez. A Literature Review and Comparison of Three Feature Location Techniques using ArgoUML-SPL (Discussant: Sandra Greiner)

Sandra Greiner and Bernhard Westfechtel. On Determining Variability Annotations In Partially Annotated Models (Discussant: Ivan Machado)

12H 10 - Closing Remarks, next VAMOS and Lunch