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Closing / Cierre / Amaiera. OCTOBER 18-19-20, 2006 Bilbao / Spain. SEE YOU NEXT YEAR OCTOBER x-x , 2007 Bilbao / Spain. Venue. The Conference Centre and Concert Hall. Euskalduna Jauregia. Bilbao / Spain. It received the Apex Award for Best Convention Centre of the World 2003. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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KEYNOTE TITLEfor Best Convention Centre of the World 2003
The Conference Centre and Concert Hall. Euskalduna Jauregia. Bilbao / Spain
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carried out by Spanish architects
Euskalduna Jauregia Bilbao
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secure and reliable testing
Tutorial 2 18th – On the Application of a Model-Driven Technique for Development and Testing of Embedded Systems
Gabriel A. Wainer – CARLETON UNIVERSITY (CA)
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Cbt / Communication Engineering
ITIL describes the process to manage IT services efficently and effectively
Keynote 18th – ITIL
Valentín Galán – (ES)
Keynote 19th – How to expand and improve your Test Capabilities
Ray Arell – INTEL (USA)
Michael Fagan – MICHAEL FAGAN ASSOCIATES (USA)
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Without also improving requirements engineering.
Track A Requirements Management 18th – (1) Managing Requirements in Real Life
Willem van den Biggelaar – PROCESS VISION (NE)
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Cbt / Communication Engineering
Extreme programming practices can easily be combined with use-cases outlines to provide a lightweight, agile process
Track A Requirements Management 18th – (2) Agile Requirements Management with Use Cases
Ian Spence – IVAR JACOBSON CONSULTING LTD. (UK)
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the most effective.
Track B Testing Techniques and Processes 18th – (1) Comparing all Pairs Testing Techniques
Paul Jorgensen – GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (USA)
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for various testing objectives.
Track B Testing Techniques and Processes 18th – (2) Evolutionary Testing od Embedded Systems
Joachim Wegener – DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG (GE)
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Cbt / Communication Engineering
The cost of the QA activities is about a 60% of
the total cost of the development
Track C QA Management for Embedded Systems 19th – (1) Measuring and Optimizing Systems Quality Costs and Project Duration
Dr. Avner Engel – ISRAEL AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES (IL)
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SEE improve software reliability without formal methods or full testing
Track C QA Management for Embedded Systems 19th – (2) SEE: a Methodology of Software Development for Testing Electronic Systems
Santiago Tapia – UPM (ES)
If the information is correctly registered, you can predict the
behaviour of components in the future.
Track C QA Management for Embedded Systems 19th – (3) Measuring and Analyzing the Performance of Reusable Software Components for Embedded Systems
Ronny Kolb – FRAUNHOFER-IESE (GE)
starting point and to improve it.
Track C QA Management for Embedded Systems 19th – (4) Continuous Quality Improvement
Javier Fernández-Pello – NTE (ES)
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Track C QA Management for Embedded Systems 19th – (5) Quantitatively Driving Process Improvement to Develop Embedded Systems using Bayesian Networks
Elena Pérez-Miñana – MOTOROLA (UK)
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Track D Test Automation 19th – (1) Using Automation to Test Internet-Based Applications on Embedded Devices
Scott Barber – PERFTESTPLUS (USA)
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Track D Test Automation 19th – (2) Test Automation in Space Projects
Stefan Mohacsi – SIEMENS (AU)
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Track D Test Automation 19th – (3) Test Case Design for automation: are your Test Cases Ready?
Shrinivas Kulkarni – IGATE GLOBAL SOLUTIONS (IN)
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Track D Test Automation 19th – (4) Adventures with Test Monkeyss
John A. Fodeh – DEN (IN)
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Track D Test Automation 19th – (5) Framwork for Centralized Automation, Management and Execution of Tests
Sivakumar R. Mallya – HP (IN)
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Track E Testing Real Time Embedded Systems 20th – (1) Importance of Performing Stress Testing on Embedded Software Applications
Adrian Hill – JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY (USA)
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Track E Testing Real Time Embedded Systems 20th – (2) Fault Detection Procedures for Embedded SW Systems
Lorenzo Lupini – ERICSSON (IT)
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Track E Testing Real Time Embedded Systems 20th – (3) Optimizing the Embedded Development Cycle
Jeff Womble – MENTOR GRAPHICS (USA)
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Hans-Ludwig Hausen – FRAUNHOFER (GE)
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Track F Certification Strategies 20th – (2) How Useful are Safety Standards?
Odd Norland – SINTEF ICT (NO)
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Track F Certification Strategies 20th – (3) Quality Measures for Embedded Systems for Control and Certification
Kurt Rohloff – BBN TECHNOLOGIES (USA)
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Current situation and future challenges in the Software Testing Industry
Round Table – Moderator: xxxx (xx)
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Conference Dinner at NH Villa de Bilbao – 19th October 2006
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Conference Dinner at NH Villa de Bilbao – 19th October 2006
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Thank you for coming / Gracias por venir / Eskerrik asko etortzeagatik
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR