ICSA 2024
Tue 4 - Sat 8 June 2024 Hyderabad, Telangana, India

This program is tentative and subject to change.

The software of critical systems, such as automotive, is increasingly required to change and evolve after production. In the automotive domain, this is a consequence of self-driving and connected cars, which continuously collect data from the field that is then exploited to produce safer and more advanced and reliable versions of the used algorithms or AI modules. Consequently, there exists a need for techniques and tools to facilitate incremental and Continuous Compliance with safety and security standards. This paper focuses on software architectural metrics that can be used for Continuous Compliance in the automotive domain. Our initial stride involved a literature review to find metrics capable of assessing software architectures. Subsequently, in collaboration with architecture, safety, and security experts in the automotive domain, we proposed a framework defining the characteristics these metrics must possess for continuous evaluation of software architectural compliance. The framework was used to characterize 48 metrics gathered from the literature review and to associate them with a score expressing their suitability to be used in software architecture Continuous Compliance processes.

This program is tentative and subject to change.

Fri 7 Jun

Displayed time zone: Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi change

16:00 - 17:35
Session 7B: Conformance Checking & Empirical Analysis 2Research Papers / Journal First
16:00
25m
Research paper
How Do Microservice API Patterns Impact Understandability? A Controlled ExperimentResearch Paper
Research Papers
A: Justus Bogner Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Olaf Zimmermann University of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland (OST), A: Pawel Wójcik University of Science and Technology in Cracow
16:25
25m
Research paper
Experimental Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Tactics in Industry: Results and Lessons LearnedResearch Paper
Research Papers
A: Markus Funke Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Patricia Lago Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Esther Adenekan Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Ivano Malavolta Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Ilja Heitlager Schuberg Philis
Pre-print
16:50
25m
Research paper
Characterizing Software Architectural Metrics for Continuous Compliance in the Automotive DomainResearch Paper
Research Papers
A: Tiziano Santilli Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), A: Marco De Luca Federico II University of Naples, A: Patrizio Pelliccione Gran Sasso Science Institute, L'Aquila, Italy, A: Domenico Amalfitano University of Naples Federico II, A: Anna Rita Fasolino Federico II University of Naples
17:15
20m
Paper
Do RESTful API design rules have an impact on the understandability of Web APIs?Journal First
Journal First
A: Justus Bogner Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, A: Sebastian Kotstein Reutlingen University, A: Timo Pfaff