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Papers, Reviews and Columns in the October Issue
This issue of SEN includes reports and papers on:
- Summary of the 1st International Workshop on Hybrid Development Approaches in Software Systems Development, by Marco Kuhrmann, Jürgen Münch, Paolo Tell, Philipp Diebold
- Report from the 9th Workshop on Modelling in Software Engineering (MiSE 2017), by Marsha Chechik, Davide Di Ruscio
- Workshop on Developmental aspects of Intelligent Adaptive Systems (DIAS), by Swarup Kumar Mohalik, Badrinath Ramamurthy, Mahesh Babu Jayaraman, Meenakshi D'Souza
- Summary of the 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing (RET 2017), by Markus Borg, Elizabeth Bjarnason, Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Tingting Yu, Gregory Gay, Michael Felderer
- Report on the 4th International Workshop on Model-driven Robot Software Engineering (MORSE), by Sebastian Götz, Christian Piechnick, Andreas Wortmann
- Variability and Complexity in Software Design Towards Quality through Modeling and Testing, by Matthias Galster, Danny Weyns, Michael Goedicke, Uwe Zdun, Jácome Cunha, Jaime Chavarriaga
- Software Engineering Research at the International Conference on Software Engineering in 2016, by Christopher Theisen, Marcel Dunaiski, Laurie Williams, Willem Visser
- A Test Prioritization Algorithm That Cares for "Don't Care" Values and Higher Order Combinatorial Coverage, by Preeti Satish, Peri Nikhil, Satish Rangarajan
- How Easy it is to Write Software for Heterogeneous Systems?, by Santonu Sarkar, Gargi Alavani
- A Centralized Platform of Open Government Data as Support to Applications in the Smart Cities Context, by Daniel Ianegitz Vieira, Alexandre Alvaro
- Veritesting Challenges in Symbolic Execution of Java, by Vaibhav Sharma, Michael Whalen, Stephen McCamant, Willem Visser
- Shadow Symbolic Execution with Java PathFinder, by Yannic Noller, Hoang Lam Nguyen, Minxing Tang, Timo Kehrer
- Consistency - Aware Scheduling for Weakly Consistent Programs, by Maryam Dabaghchian, Zvonimir Rakamaric, Burcu Külahçioglu Özkan, Erdal Mutlu, Serdar Tasiran
- JPR: Replaying JPF Traces Using Standard JVM, by Kaiyuan Wang, Sarfraz Khurshid, Milos Gligoric
- Scalable Parallel Model Checking via Monte-Carlo Tree Search, by Reed Milewicz and Simon Poulding
The letters and columns in this issue include the following:
- From the Chair - Nenad Medvidovic
- Letter from the Editor - John Georgas
- Top 10 Downloaded Articles
- Top 10 Most Cited Articles
- SEN Reviewers Wanted
- SIGSOFT and ACM Learning Webinars available on YouTube
- Passages - Alex Groce
- A Review of Software Engineering in China - Hong Mei
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
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