Monthly Archives: March 2013
ASWEC 2013: Decomposing Distributed Software Architectures for the Determination and Incorporation of Security and Other Non-Functional Requirements
Anton’s thesis work on secure software architecture has been accepted for publication at ASWEC: A. Uzunov, K. Falkner and E. Fernandez, Decomposing Distributed Software Architectures for the Determination and Incorporation of Security and Other Non-Functional Requirements. In Proceedings of the 22nd Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2013), June 2013.
A paper describing our work in multi-modelling has been accepted for the ASWEC 2013 conference to be held in Melbourne in June. This paper describes our work in the multi-modeling project, led by Dr Claudia Szabo, providing initial experimental results and an overview of our multi-modelling architecture. Multi-modelling supports the integration of different modelling languages […]
Nicholas Pacholski has joined DIG to complete his Honours year research project. Welcome Nicholas! Nicholas will be working on the development of a Smart Drone Positioning system. We are exploring the capabilities of various devices such as the AR Drones, which are radio controlled flying quadrotor helicopters designed to be controlled with iOS and Android devices. […]
Mehdi Sarikhani (Arash) has joined DIG to work on a new collaborative project with DSTO. Arash will be working as a software developer on the HMI project, experimenting with software architectures for prototyping HMI interfaces and constructing a prototype system to explore appropriate component architectures and interface designs. This work combines elements of distributed systems […]