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Program: 2000 International Workshop on Component-Based Software Engineering

Held in conjunction with the
22nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE2000)
Limerick, Ireland

June 5-6, 2000

Component-Based Software Engineering:
Reflection in Practice


Component-based software engineering (CBSE) is emerging as the software industry's response to dramatic increases in the demand for software and for reducing the time to market for software-intensive systems. As the number of fielded component-based systems grows it becomes important to reflect upon what is working and where improvements are needed in practice. The third ICSE Workshop on CBSE will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present case studies in CBSE. The case studies will focus on the technologies and engineering practices that are unique to CBSE, and their evaluation will highlight "best practices" in CBSE as well as deficiencies that require engineering research.  



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