Result of AsianPLoP 2010: 1st Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs
March 16-17, 2010, Tokyo, Japan, co-located with GRACE International Symposium on Advanced Software Engineering

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Conference Result in 2010

Photo of AsianPLoP 2010 by Raju Photo of AsianPLoP 2010 by Joe

AsianPLoP 2010 was successfully over! Thank you for your cooperation. We summarize the workshop result below.

Conference Program

We have 13 papers for Writer's Workshops (WW), and 3 papers for Writing Groups (WG). We assign 50 minutes for papers in WW and 25 minutes for those in WG. Papers for WG will be workshopped in the traditional PLoP format. Papers for WG will be also explained and commented in the similar workshop style. Moreover there will be a tutorial on how to write good patterns.

All sessions will be held at the Conference Room 101-103 in the Hitotsubashi Building of National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan.

Mon 15th
18:00-20:00 Welcome Reception & Poster Presentations at GRACE Symposium
Tue 16th
9:30-10:40Opening Ceremony
Orientation to Participants: A brief explanation about how Writer's Workshops (WW) and Writing Groups (WG) will work
Writer's Workshop Demo Session (TBD): Demonstration about Writer's Workshops with a case study
Games: Knowing each other names
10:40-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:00Keynote at GRACE Symposium
Self-Managed Adaptive Systems
Jeffrey Kramer (Imperial College London)
13:00-15:30Writer's Workshop 1
WW-1E: Securiy and Design WW-1J: Quality and Pattern Language (in Japanese)
A pattern for the WS-Trust standard for web services
Ola Ajaj and Eduardo B. Fernandez (Florida Atlantic University)

A Worm misuse pattern
Eduardo B. Fernandez (Florida Atlantic University), Nobukazu Yoshioka (National Institute of Informatics) and Hironori Washizaki (Waseda University)

Design Decision Topology Model for Pattern Relationship Analysis
Kiran Kumar Vajja and Prabhakar TV (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur)
中埜博 (環境構造センター), 笹川万国 (ヨーロッパ環境構造センター)

岡瑞起 (東京大学), 李明喜 (デザインチーム), 橋本康弘 (東京大学), 江渡浩一郎 (産業技術総合研究所)

江渡浩一郎 (産業技術総合研究所), 柴村しのぶ (Wikiばな)
15:30-15:50Coffee Break
15:50-16:20Invited talks at GRACE Symposium
ITSS(Skill Standards for IT Professionals) Overview and Worldwide Promotion
Masaharu Niwa (Information-Technology Promotion Agency)

Privacy Requirements in Mobile and Ubiquitous Comp
Bashar Nuseibeh (Lero and Open University)
16:20-17:30Panel discussion at GRACE Symposium
The Future of Software Engineering: a historical perspective
Anthony Finkelstein, Koukichi Futatsugi, Katsuro Inoue, Kyo Kang, Bashar Nuseibeh (Chair)
Josui Kaikan 2F Star Hall
Wed 17th
9:00-10:00Invited talk
A Timeless Way Of Communicating
Joshua Kerievsky
10:00-10:20Coffee Break
10:20-12:00Writer's Workshop 2 and Tutorial
WW-2E: Pedagogy and Organization WW-2J: Facilitation and Retrospective (in Japanese) Tutorial
Learning Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Learners II
Takashi Iba (Keio University / MIT) and Toko Miyake (Keio University)

Metamorphosis - A Successful Organizational Change Management Pattern
Madhup Jain, Ranjith Kutty and Raju Dani (MindTree Limited)
本橋 正成

懸田 剛 (永和システムマネジメント)
Pattern Writing: The Straight Scoop
Joseph W. Yoder (The Refactory, Inc.)

Writing Patterns can be a difficult task and getting started sometimes is the most difficult step. Pattern ideas start to emerge from experience practitioners but if you don't have the experience of writing patterns, it can be daunting on how to capture these experiences and start outlining your patterns. This tutorial will discuss ideas on How to Write Patterns. We will discuss Patterns for Writing Patterns and outline some different processes that beginning pattern writers can use to start the process of capturing their patterns. We will also examine some different pattern forms and workshop on some pattern writing.
13:00-14:00Invited talk at GRACE Symposium
Expressive Design Techniques and Efficient Model Checking
Jin-Song Dong (National University of Singapore)
14:00-14:20Coffee Break
14:35-15:50Writer's Workshop 3 and Writing Group 1
WW-3E: Human Computer Interaction WW-3J: Information Systems (in Japanese)
Analyzing the HCI Design Pattern Variety
Christian Kruschitz and Martin Hitz (University of Klagenfurt)
児玉 公信 (情報システム総研)
WG-1E: Organization and Services WG-1J: Test and Refactorings (in Japanese)
Research Organization Servicelization Patterns
Yuriko Sawatani (IBM Research-Tokyo)
坂本 一憲 (早稲田大学), 和田 卓人 (タワーズ・クエスト), 鷲崎 弘宜, 深澤 良彰 (早稲田大学)
15:50-16:10Coffee Break
16:10-17:00Writing Group 2 and Writer's Workshop 4
WG-2E: Network Systems WW-4J: Business Processes (in Japanese)
Adaptable Load Balancing
Sung Kim and Youngsu Son (Samsung Electronics)
竹村 司 (日本システムディベロップメント)
17:00-17:40Closing Ceremony
Summary and Retrospective on AsianPLoP 2010
Future Prospective