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3rd International Workshop on
Net-Centric Computing


May 14, 2001;
Toronto, Canada
NCC 2001
Theme: Migrating to the Web

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Program

NCC 2001 is a full-day workshop. The agenda for the day is shown below, as is the overall workshop structure. 

Workshop Agenda

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Time

Activity

 8:30a – 
 8:45a

Welcome (Scott Tilley, University of California, Riverside, USA)

 8:45a – 
 9:15a

The State of Net-Centric Computing in Early 2001
Scott Tilley, University of California, Riverside, USA

 9:15a –
10:00a

Decomposition (Eleni Stroulia, University of Alberta, Canada)

·        Mechanically Transforming a Legacy Application into a Network Application, Ira Baxter, Semantic Designs Inc., USA

·        Experience in Migrating Legacy Systems to the Web,
Walt Scacchi, University of California, Irvine, USA

·        Call Control Component Implementing Converged Telephony Internet Networks, Paolo Falcarin, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

·        Open discussion

10:00a –
10:30a

Nutrition break (Harbor, Dockside foyers)

10:30a –
12:00p

Development (Kostas Kontogiannis, University of Waterloo, Canada)

·        VARLET/BABEL: Toolkit for Net-Centric Legacy Data Integration, Yury Bychkov, University of Victoria, Canada

·        Web-Centric Business Process Reengineering,
Pierpaolo Gallucci, University of Sannio, Italy

·        Reengineering for Evolution of Distributed Information Systems,
Jörg Wadsack, University of Paderborn, Germany

·        microSynergy: Generative Tool Support for Networking Embedded Controllers, Marc d’Entremont University of Victoria, Canada

·        IT-based service as solution for workgroup/cooperations,
Markus Wiedeler, Fraunhofer ISST, Germany

·        Open discussion

12:00p – 
 2:00p

Lunch (Metro East foyer)

 2:00p – 
 3:30p

Deployment (Kenny Wong, University of Alberta, Canada)

·        Performance Optimization Appraisal on Web-enabling Legacy Applications, Rajagopal Raman, Infosys Technologies Ltd., India

·        Towards A Reference Architecture for Service Integration on the WEB,
Eleni Stroulia, University of Alberta, Canada

·        Towards a Web-centric Legacy System Migration Framework,
Ying Zou, University of Waterloo, Canada

·        Open discussion

 3:30p –
 4:00p

Nutrition break (Harbor, Dockside foyers)

 4:00p –
 5:15p

Discussion (Jens Jahnke, University of Victoria, Canada)

 5:15p -
 5:30p

Wrap-up (Organizing Committee)

Workshop Structure

NCC 2001 is a full-day event, structured around theme-oriented presentations made by recognized experts in the field. Following each presentation, the workshop participants will engage in structured discussion. The idea is to foster the exchange of ideas and information in an informal setting, but with some boundaries placed on topics and time to ensure that the workshop stays on schedule.

In keeping with the theme of "Migrating to the Web," NCC 2001 focuses on issues related to reengineering legacy systems for use in an NCC environment. Of particular interest are holistic techniques for Web-enabling existing applications that integrate various reengineering aspects (e.g., code, data, and user interface reengineering) into a "whole system" modernization process. The workshop is structured around three central issues: 

  1. Decomposing legacy systems to identify logical components representing essential functionality;
  2. Developing a new Web-enabled system using these logical components; and
  3. Deploying the system in an NCC environment.

Participants of NCC 2001 were asked to submit short position papers to help ensure that all workshop attendees are actively engaged in the exchange of information, and not just silent witnesses to the event. information, and not just silent witnesses to the event. However, everyone is welcome to participate in the workshop during the day. Academics with an interest in legacy system reengineering, software evolution, and the Web will likely be enticed by the theme of NCC 2001. Industry professionals with real-world experience in areas such as Web-enabling legacy systems, securing networked applications, and using XML for component integration will find NCC 2001 a unique opportunity for an exchange of experience and ideas with others in the field.


Last modified May 07, 2001 by Scott Tilley.