Vortrag

Titel:
Unicase — a unified CASE Tool
(Maximilian Koegel, Jonas Helming)

Session:
Werkzeuge zur Kollaboration in Projekten

Datum und Uhrzeit:
Mittwoch, 27. Mai 2009 von 14:40 bis 15:20 Uhr

Beschreibung:
Many tools in software engineering projects support the visualization and collaborative modification of a custom set of artifacts. These include tools for requirements engineering, UML tools for the design, project management tools, developer tools and many more. In typical software engineering projects the artifacts from the respective tools are stored separately in various repositories including databases, file systems or software configuration management systems. To achieve traceability between these artifacts, different tools and especially their underlying models have to be integrated. This is a non-trivial task and is especially difficult due to limited extensibility of commercial tools in particular. We propose a unified CASE tool, which offers a unified repository for software engineering projects and specific views on this model for project participants like architects, project manager or developers. Unicase is an open-source project based on the Eclipse platform.


Referenten:

Maximilian Koegel is research assistant at the Chair for Applied Software Engineering at TUM and working on his Ph.D. thesis. The main focus of his research is evolution and management of change in a unified model. As part of his research he is also team lead of the unicase project, developing an Eclipse-based Software Engineering Research platform.
He received his diploma in informatics (Dipl. Inf. Univ.) from Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany, he was awarded an honors degree in Technology Management by the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM) as part of the Elite Network Bavaria. During his studies at the TUM and CDTM he was also exchange student at Queen’s University of Belfast (UK) and at Princeton University (NJ,USA).

Jonas Helming is research assistant at the Chair for Applied Software Engineering at TUM and working on his Ph.D. thesis. The main focus of his research is model-based and integrated software lifecycle management and project management in a unified model. As part of his research he is also team lead of the unicase project, developing an Eclipse-based Software Engineering Research platform.


 

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