Summary: The Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR) is the
premier European conference on the theory and practice of maintenance,
reengineering and evolution of software systems. CSMR promotes discussion and
interaction among researchers and practitioners about the development of
maintainable softwareintensive systems, and the evolution, migration and
reengineering of these systems.
CSMR 2011 will feature up to 10 technical research paper sessions, fullday and
halfday workshops, half day tutorials, an industry paper track, a tool
demonstration track, a doctoral symposium and a special track on European
research projects within the field of software evolution. What is new this year is
the addition of an industrial forum, enabling companies to present their
technologies (tools, methodologies, services) as well as success stories in
software maintenance and reengineering. The goal of this forum is to promote
the work of the reengineering industry and to demonstrate its practical relevance
to this field. The following tutorials will take place as part of this forum:
· E. Juergens, F. Deissenboeck, B. Hummel: "Code Clone Detection in Practice"
· J. Knodel: "Rapid ArchiTecture Evaluation (RATE)"
· R. Koschke: "Stopping Software Erosion with Static Analysis"
· H. Sneed: "The Automatic Transformation of COBOL and PLI programs in