Preface


The C* Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (C3S2E) was established in 2008. C3S2E 2010 is the third annual meeting in the C3S2E conference series and is held in Montréal, Québec, Canada, during May 19-20, 2010. The conference aims to address the need of the academic community in computer science and software engineering. It brings together academics, government and industry professionals to discuss recent progress and challenges in a broad range of areas in the field of computer science and software engineering such as algorithms and theory, artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, computer architecture, computer graphics, computer security, computer vision, data mining, databases, image processing, information retrieval, machine learning, as well as software engineering. C3S2E 2010 also serves as a platform for theoreticians and practitioners to exchange their original research ideas on academic or application aspects of computing and engineering of software systems, present their new findings on theoretical or practical aspects of computer science and software engineering, share their experiences on integrating new technologies into products and applications, discuss their work on applying computing and software engineering to real-life situations, describe their development and operations of challenging computing related systems, and identify unsolved challenges.


Although it is the third time C3S2E is held, this comprehensive conference has grown from a Canadian conference into an international conference. For C3S2E 2010, we continue to keep our tradition for inviting international experts in various areas of computer science and software engineering to join our team of international program committee. As a result, our Program Committee consists of professionals from different parts of the world including Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Portugal, South Korea, Turkey, UAE, and UK. This committee has done an excellent job in finishing the single-blind review and on-line double-blind debate processes in record time. On average, about 90% of reviews were submitted by the due date and about 3.67 reviews were received for each paper. In terms of submissions, we have attracted many high-quality papers submitted by authors globally. The paper selection process was thorough and competitive. On average, each paper was refereed by at least three reviewers, and about 18% of submissions were accepted as full research papers. This year, we have an intensive program that spans over two days. In addition to research papers and student posters, we also include position papers, which allow authors to give their opinions and vision on exploring new concepts and research directions.


This conference would not have been possible without the help and effort of many people and organizations. We thank ACM Press, BytePress, Concordia University, and The University of Manitoba for their support of this conference. We are grateful to members of the Program Committee for their professionalism and dedication in the process of judging the contributions of papers and producing constructive comments to the authors.


Bipin C. Desai Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada

Carson K. Leung, The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Sudhir P. Mudur, Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada

Registration 1

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   09:00   To   16:30

Location:

  EV 2-184

Opening

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   09:45   To   10:00

Location:

  EV3-309

Session: Invited Talk I

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   10:00   To   11:30

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Sudhir Mudur

  -- Recombinomics:  Phylogenetic approach to genome-wide analysis in
populations

      Laxmi Parida (IBM Research, United States)

Session: Demo - Poster Papers

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   11:30   To   12:00

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Carson K. Leung

  -- Towards a Self-Forensics Property in the ASSL Toolset
      Serguei A. Mokhov (Concordia University, Canada)
  -- Evolution of MARF and its NLP Framework
      Serguei A. Mokhov (Concordia University, Canada)
  -- McLab: An extensible compiler toolkit for M ATLAB and related languages
      Andrew M Casey,   Jun Li,   Jesse Doherty,   Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert,   Toheed Aslam,   Anton Dubrau,   Nurudeen A Lameed,   amina aslam,   Rahul Garg,   Soroush Radpour,   Olivier Savary Belanger,   Laurie Jane Hendren,   Clark Verbrugge (McGill University, Canada)

Posters, Discussions & Lunch

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   12:00   To   13:00

Location:

  EV 2-184

Session: Invited Talk II

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   13:00   To   14:30

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Bipin C Desai

  -- Progress towards underwater 3D scene recovery
      Michael Jenkin (York University, Canada)

Break 1

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   14:30   To   15:00

Location:

  EV2-184

Session: Short Papers I

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   15:00   To   16:20

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Vasek Chvatal

  -- The relationship between Scan Path Direction and Cognitive Processing
      Ratvinder S Grewal (Laurentian University of Sudbury, Canada)
  -- Discover Hierarchical Subgraphs with Network-Topology Based Ranking Score
      Wookey Lee,   Nidhi Rustagi Arora,   Tae-Chang Jo (Inha University, Korea Republic)
  -- A Fair Protocol for Non-determniistic Message Passing
      Peter D Grogono (Concordia University, Canada)
  -- Software Quality Engineering in the new ISO standard: ISO/IEC 24748 - Systems and software engineering — Guide for life cycle management
      Daniel Dutil (École de technologie supérieure - Université du Québec, Canada)

Session: Full Papers 1

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   16:20   To   17:30

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Wookey Lee

  -- Lightweight Reliable Overlay Multicasting in Large-scale P2P Networks
      Shahram Shah Heydari,   Supreet Singh Baweja (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada)
  -- Enhancing Energy Efficiency of Database Applications Using SSDs
      Daniel Schall,   Volker Hudlet,   Theo Haerder (Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Dinner

Date Time:

  2010-05-19   From   18:00   To   20:30

Location:

  MonteFiore Club

Registration 2

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   08:50   To   12:00

Location:

  EV 2-184

Session: Invited Talk III

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   09:00   To   10:30

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Carson K. Leung

  -- Web mining meets Semantic Web: discovering meaningful patterns in user behavior on a semantic portal
      Petko Valtchev (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada)

Break 2

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   10:30   To   11:00

Location:

  EV 2-184

Session: Short Papers 2

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   11:00   To   12:20

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Petko Valtchev

  -- Software Engineering Principles: A Survey and an Analysis
      Normand Seguin,   Robert Dupuis (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada)
  -- Designing and Implementing a Measurement Program for Scrum Teams: What do agile developers really need and want?
      Oualid KTATA,   Ghislain C. Levesque (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada)
  -- Rapid Prototyping and Development of Intelligent Sensor Networks with ASSL and DMF
      Emil Iordanov Vassev (University College Dublin, Ireland)
  -- Estimation of the Number of Cliques in a Random Graph
      Sonal Patel (Ryerson University, Canada)

Lunch

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   12:20   To   13:40

Location:

  MonteFiore Club

Session: Full Papers 2

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   13:50   To   15:20

Location:

  EV3-309

Chair:

  Peter D Grogono

  -- Toward an Estimation of Distribution Algorithm for the Evolution of Artificial Neural Networks
      Graham Holker (Ryerson University, Canada)
  -- Scalable Formula Decomposition for Propositional Satisfiability
      Anthony Monnet,   Roger Villemaire (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada)
  -- Extensible Software Transactional Memory
      Cyprien NOEL (Argilsoft LLC, United States)

Break 3

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   15:20   To   15:45

Location:

  EV 2-184

Guided tour - Gems of the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal

Date Time:

  2010-05-20   From   15:45   To   17:00

Location:

  Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal




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