Result of AsianPLoP 2011: 2nd Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs
Oct 5-7, 2011, Tokyo, Japan


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Conference Result in 2011

AsianPLoP 2011 was successfully over! Thank you for your cooperation. We summarize the workshop result below.

  • Date: October 5-7, 2011
  • Place: Waseda University, Kikui-cho Campus, Building 40, Green Computing System Center
  • Program Chair: Masanari Motohashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japa
  • Sponsors:
    • SIGSE Patterns WG IPSJ
    • Waseda University Global Software Engineering Laboratory
    • GRACE Center NII
    • ACM Japan Chapter
  • Attendees: approx. 55 (Japan, India, Taiwan, USA, Mexico, Italy, Swedens)
  • Paper Submissions: 29
  • Acceptance: Writer's Workshop: 23, Writing Group: 3
  • Post-Proceedings: Masanari Motohashi (Editor), Proceedings of the 2nd Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (AsianPLoP 2011), ACM Digital Library, January, 2015.

Conference Program

We have 23 papers for Writer's Workshops (WW), and 3 papers for Writing Groups (WG). Papers for WG were workshopped in the traditional PLoP format. Papers for WG were also explained and commented in the similar workshop style. Moreover there was a tutorial on how to write good patterns.

Oct. 5th (Wed)
14:00 "The Bootcamp, an introduction to patterns -- a training, mentoring, experiencing activity" Joseph W. Yoder (The Refactory, Inc.) (Slides in English, Slides in Japanese)
18:00 Welcome reception near the conference site in Tokyo
Oct. 6th (Thu)
8:30 Opening
9:00 Opening /w Game/Writers' Worshop Demo
10:00 Keynote 1 "Why Capturing Business Knowledge with Patterns Provides" Rebecca Rikner and David West (Slides)
11:30 (Lunch)
12:30 Writers' Workshop 1
14:30 Break
15:00 Writers' Workshop 2
17:00 Break
17:30 Invited talk: "Patterns and Knowledge Management" Raj Datta
Workshop: "Pattern Cards Game" Alexandrian Book Reading Society
19:00 Banquet
21:00 Close
Oct. 7th (Fri)
8:30 Opening
9:00 Keynote 2 "A quest for what drives Patterns - An epistemological approach to the underlying structure of Patterns" Fujino 'Terry' Terunobu (Slides)
10:30 Game
11:00 Writers' Workshop 3
12:00 (Lunch)
13:00 Writers' Workshop 4
15:00 Break
15:30 Writers' Workshop 5
16:30 Workshop: "Learning Patterns" Takashi Iba
Invited talk: "Centering Process Case Study" Miyoko Takeda and Hiroshi Nakano
17:30 closing / retrospective
Reported by session readers
Reported by chair
18:30 Close
Oct. 8th (Sat)
10:00 The tours to Yanaka Ginza, a traditional shopping street renewed by the pattern language, the building that was designed using Alexander's method, and Eishin Gakuen, highschool built by the pattern language.
Gathering at the conference site, Kikuicho Campus, Waseda University.
18:30 Close




Architecture and Programming (Leader: Joseph Yoder)
Writers' Workshop 1 Dynamic Hook Points
Eli Acherkan, Atzmon Hen-Tov, Lior Schachter, David Lorenz, Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and Joseph Yoder
Lazy Semantics Pattern
Hugo Ferreira, Filipe Correia, Joseph Yoder and Ademar Aguiar
Writers' Workshop 2 Applying Idioms for Synchronization Mechanisms. Synchronizing communication components for the Hypercube
Jorge Ortega-Arjona
Writing Group 2 Selection of Metrics for Prediction of the Application of Design Patterns by Using Machine Learning
Jonatan Hernández Hernández, Atsuto Kubo, Hironori Washizaki and Yoshiaki Fukazawa
Writers' Workshop 3 Applying Architectural Patterns for Parallel Programming. An N-body Simulation.
Jorge Ortega-Arjona
Writers' Workshop 4 Applying Design Patterns for Communication Components. Communicating CSE components for the Two-dimensional Wave Equation.
Jorge Ortega-Arjona
Writing Group 4 Implementing Patterns with Annotations
Gabriele Kahlout
Writing Group 5 Towards Collection of Refactoring Patterns Based on Code Clone Classification
Masayuki Tokunaga, Norihiro Yoshida, Kazuki Yoshioka, Makoto Matsushita and Katsuro Inoue
Design and Network (Leader: Raj Datta)
Writers' Workshop 1 Two security patterns
Sergio Mujica, francisca Valenzuela and Eduardo B. Fernandez
Emerging Patterns of Continuous Integration for Cross-Platform Software Development
Chin-Yun Hsieh, Yu Chin Cheng and Chien-Tsun Chen
Writers' Workshop 2 Mining for Patterns in the Design of Systems for Synchronous Collaboration
Claudia Iacob
A Pattern for Sensor Network Architectures
Mihaela Cardei, Eduardo B. Fernandez, Anupama Sahu and Ionut Cardei
Writers' Workshop 3 Patterns of Designing (Revised on Sep 29th)
Rebecca Rikner and David West
Writers' Workshop 4 Misuse Pattern: Spoofing Web Services
Jaime Muñoz-Arteaga, Eduardo B. Fernandez and Héctor Caudel-García
Misuse Patterns for Cloud Computing
Keiko Hashizume, Nobukazu Yoshioka and Eduardo B. Fernandez
Writing Group 5 Interoperability Marshaller/Demarshaller
Youngsu Son, Donguk Kim, Jiwon Kim and Jungmin Son
Pattern Language (Leader: Eiiti Hanyuda)
Writers' Workshop 1 SFC学習パターンを新人研修に適用する
Akio Kawai
「金枝篇」にみるパターンランゲージ
Masaru Nagaku
Writers' Workshop 2 From Pattern Language to Project Language
Masanari Motohashi, Hiroshi Nakano, Eiiti Hanyuda, Takeshi Kakeda and Koichiro Eto
街づくりから学ぶ、ソフトウェアパターンの課題と可能性
Naoyuki Okita and Yuichiro Kato
Writers' Workshop 3 A Pattern Language for Child Rearing
Noriko Chujo and Takashi Iba
Writers' Workshop 4 オンライン議論のためのパターンランゲージ
Koichiro Eto and Masahiro Hamsaki
Writing Group 4 集合知パターン試論: 戦略策定におけるweb上の集合知活用に向けて
Takumi Shimizu and Takashi Iba
Writing Group 5 Pattern Language on the usage of Library
Mizuki Oka, Yoshino Arimoto, Tomoni Mitsuishi and Myeong-Hee Lee
Software and Pattern (Leader: Takeshi Kakeda)
Writers' Workshop 1 Retrospective Patterns -- ふりかえりパターン
Takeshi Kakeda and Masaru Amano
構造および語の類似性に基づくアナリシスパターンの自動抽出
Yutaro Nomoto, Atsuto Kubo, Hironori Washizaki and Yoshiaki Fukazawa
Writers' Workshop 2 コンピュータプレイヤー同士の対戦を通したプログラミングコンテストのパターンランゲージ
Kazunori Sakamoto, Akira Ohashi, Masaya Shimizu, Syuhei Takahashi, Shinichi Murakami, Hironori Washizaki and Yoshiaki Fukazawa
Game Design Pattern Language
Youichiro Miyake

Conference Committee

Program Chair:
Masanari Motohashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Publication Co-Chairs:
Masaru Nagaku, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Takashi Iba, Keio University, Japan

Publicity Co-Chairs:
T.V.Prabhakar, IIT Kanpur, India
Young-Su Son, Samsung Electronics, Korea
Yoichi Tamamaki, Jamzz, Japan
Eiichi Hanyuda, Mamezou, Japan
Takeshi Kakeda, Giantech, Japan

Organizing Chair:
Hironori Washizaki, Waseda University, Japan

Local Arrangement Chair:
Kazunori Sakamoto, Waseda University, Japan

Local Arrangement Staff:
Naoko Shinohara, Waseda University, Japan

Program Committee:
Eiichi Hanyuda, Mamezou, Japan
Hironori Washizaki, Waseda University, Japan
Eduardo B. Fernandez, Florida Atlantic University, US
Norihiro Yoshida, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Masao Tomono, Independent consultant, Japan
Koido Ryo, eXtreme Programming Japan User's Groups, Japan
Terunobu 'Terry' Fujino, InArcadia, Ltd., Japan
Kiminobu Kodama, Information Systems Research Institute, Japan
Masaru Amano, Eiwa System Management, Inc., Japan
Takeshi Kakeda, Giantech, Japan
Kenichiroh Ohta, IBM Japan, Japan
Akio Kawai, Object Design Laboratory, Inc., Japan
Yann-Gael Gueheneuc, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
Yuji Yamano, OGIS International, Inc., US
Takashi Iba, Keio University, Japan
Takashi Kobayashi, Nagoya University, Japan
Dinesha K V, IIIT Bangalore, India
Raj Datta, MindTree Ltd., India
Eric Platon, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Foutse Khomh, DIRO, Universite de Montreal, QC, Canada
Koichiro Eto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Tsukasa Takemura, Oracle Corporation Japan, Japan
Takuto Wada, Towersquest Inc., Japan
Masanari Motohashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Kiran Kumar, IIT Kanpur, India
Joseph W. Yoder, The Refactory, Inc., US
Hitoshi Katta, Fuji Xerox, Japan
Naoyuki Okita, Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Japan
Yoichi Tamamaki, Jamzz, Japan
Richard Lai, La Trobe University, Australia