Antoine BEUGNARD

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Enseignant-chercheur

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Publications HAL
Communication dans un congrès
Golra Fahad Rafique, Dagnat Fabien, Bendraou Reda, Beugnard Antoine
Continuous Process Compliance Using Model Driven Engineering
MEDI 2017 : 7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering, Oct 2017, Barcelone, Spain. Springer International Publishing, Proceedings MEDI 2017 : 7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering, 10563, pp.42-56, 2017, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-66854-3_4〉
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{golra:hal-01633341,
TITLE = {{Continuous Process Compliance Using Model Driven Engineering}},
AUTHOR = {Golra, Fahad Rafique and Dagnat, Fabien and Bendraou, Reda and BEUGNARD, Antoine},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01633341},
BOOKTITLE = {{MEDI 2017 : 7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering}},
ADDRESS = {Barcelone, Spain},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {18329},
PUBLISHER = {{Springer International Publishing}},
SERIES = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
VOLUME = {10563},
PAGES = {42-56},
YEAR = {2017},
MONTH = Oct,
DOI = {10.1007/978-3-319-66854-3\_4},
KEYWORDS = {Conformance ; Compliance ; Process Modeling ; Model Driven Engineering ; Process standards},
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01633341/file/Article.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01633341},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Continuous Process Compliance Using Model Driven Engineering
%+ Département Informatique (INFO)
%+ Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires (IRISA)
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Modélisation et Vérification (MoVe)
%A Golra, Fahad Rafique
%A Dagnat, Fabien
%A Bendraou, Reda
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 18329
%( Proceedings MEDI 2017 : 7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering
%B MEDI 2017 : 7th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering
%C Barcelone, Spain
%I Springer International Publishing
%3 Lecture Notes in Computer Science
%V 10563
%P 42-56
%8 2017-10-04
%D 2017
%R 10.1007/978-3-319-66854-3_4
%K Conformance
%K Compliance
%K Process Modeling
%K Model Driven Engineering
%K Process standards
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]Conference papers
%X Software development methods and standards have existed for decades and the software industry is often expected to follow them, especially when it comes to critical systems. They are of vital importance for establishing a common frame of reference and milestones for software life-cycle planning, development, monitoring and evaluation. However, there is hardly any (semi-)automatic method that ensures the compliance of de-facto processes to the adopted de-jure standards throughout the development life cycle i.e. from specification to enactment. We argue that compliance assurance should be dealt by the process modeling methodologies implicitly to facilitate correct by construction approach for process development. This article presents a framework for modeling software development processes that ensures their continuous compliance to an adopted standard from specification to execution.
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Communication dans un congrès
Morvan Michel, Vinouze Bruno, Adam Marie-Pierre, Creach Priscillia, Arzel Matthieu, Baux Didier, Beugnard Antoine, Coupez Jean-Philippe, Le Goff-Pronost Myriam, Kärnfelt Camilla
How to apprehend leadership related skills in a project management experiment?
SEFI 2017 : 45th Conference on Education Excellence For Sustainable Development, Sep 2017, Azores, Portugal. Proceedings SEFI 2017 : 45th Conference on Education Excellence For Sustainable Development, pp.536 - 543, 2017
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{morvan:hal-01661642,
TITLE = {{How to apprehend leadership related skills in a project management experiment?}},
AUTHOR = {Morvan, Michel and Vinouze, Bruno and Adam, Marie-Pierre and Creach, Priscillia and Arzel, Matthieu and BAUX, Didier and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Coupez, Jean-Philippe and LE GOFF-PRONOST, Myriam and K{\"a}rnfelt, Camilla},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01661642},
BOOKTITLE = {{SEFI 2017 : 45th Conference on Education Excellence For Sustainable Development}},
ADDRESS = {Azores, Portugal},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {18319},
PAGES = {536 - 543},
YEAR = {2017},
MONTH = Sep,
KEYWORDS = {Leadership ; Project management ; Return of experience},
HAL_ID = {hal-01661642},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T How to apprehend leadership related skills in a project management experiment?
%+ Lab-STICC_IMTA_MOM_DIM
%+ Département Optique (OPT)
%+ Direction du développement et des relations entreprises (DEVRE)
%+ Direction de la communication (DIRCOM)
%+ Lab-STICC_IMTA_CACS_IAS
%+ Département Electronique (ELEC)
%+ Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance (Lab-STICC)
%+ Didier Baux Communication (Entreprise)
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département Informatique (INFO)
%+ Département Micro-Ondes (MO)
%+ Département Logique des Usages, Sciences sociales et Sciences de l'Information (LUSSI)
%A Morvan, Michel
%A Vinouze, Bruno
%A Adam, Marie-Pierre
%A Creach, Priscillia
%A Arzel, Matthieu
%A BAUX, Didier
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Coupez, Jean-Philippe
%A LE GOFF-PRONOST, Myriam
%A Kärnfelt, Camilla
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 18319
%( Proceedings SEFI 2017 : 45th Conference on Education Excellence For Sustainable Development
%B SEFI 2017 : 45th Conference on Education Excellence For Sustainable Development
%C Azores, Portugal
%P 536 - 543
%8 2017-09-18
%D 2017
%K Leadership
%K Project management
%K Return of experience
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Computers and Society [cs.CY]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]
%Z Humanities and Social Sciences/Education
%Z Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Optics / Photonic
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Signal and Image processingConference papers
%X The ambition of our engineering school is to train competitive engineers who are able to manage complex projects in fast-changing environments. To this end, we have developed a project based course, controlled by teachers (Steering Committee), where students are confronted with a practical long term assignment which includes unexpected events. Over the six years of experience gained in running the course, the important question of leadership has emerged, even though it was not an a priori explicit objective of the course. In a large group, if responsibilities can be relatively easily identified and assigned, the group dynamic often relies on the presence of one or several leaders. The Steering Committee puts pressure on the student groups to highlight the capacities of the leader(s) and those around him/her/them. The bounds of the exercise are established by the natural peer-to-peer relationships between fellow students in each year group. Even if the project does not run well, even if the project leader makes mistakes, leadership skills are understood by the whole group and students still acquire skills. We debrief with the students in order to relativize the success of their production in relation to the organization of the group. Different leadership situations are analysed and discussed in this paper.
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Communication dans un congrès
Huynh Ngoc Tho, Segarra Maria Teresa, Beugnard Antoine
Ensuring consistent dynamic adaptation: an approach from design to runtime
AICCSA 2016 : 13th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, Nov 2016, Agadir, Morocco. Proceedings AICCSA 2016 : 13th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, pp.1 - 8, 2016, 〈10.1109/AICCSA.2016.7945662〉
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{huynh:hal-01635352,
TITLE = {{Ensuring consistent dynamic adaptation: an approach from design to runtime}},
AUTHOR = {Huynh, Ngoc Tho and Segarra, Maria Teresa and BEUGNARD, Antoine},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01635352},
BOOKTITLE = {{AICCSA 2016 : 13th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications}},
ADDRESS = {Agadir, Morocco},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {17118},
PAGES = {1 - 8},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Nov,
DOI = {10.1109/AICCSA.2016.7945662},
KEYWORDS = {Variability Modeling ; Dependency ; Dynamic Adaptation ; Adaptive System ; Transaction},
HAL_ID = {hal-01635352},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Ensuring consistent dynamic adaptation: an approach from design to runtime
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%A Huynh, Ngoc Tho
%A Segarra, Maria Teresa
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 17118
%( Proceedings AICCSA 2016 : 13th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications
%B AICCSA 2016 : 13th ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications
%C Agadir, Morocco
%P 1 - 8
%8 2016-11-29
%D 2016
%R 10.1109/AICCSA.2016.7945662
%K Variability Modeling
%K Dependency
%K Dynamic Adaptation
%K Adaptive System
%K Transaction
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Hardware Architecture [cs.AR]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]Conference papers
%X Adaptive software is a class of software which is able to dynamically modify at run-time its own internal structure and hence its behavior in response to changes in its operating environment. Adaptive software development has been an emerging research area of software engineering in the last decade. Many existing approaches use techniques issued from software product line to develop adaptive software. They use models to specify variability and architecture of a product family and generate product architecture. These models are also used in a generation process to deduce reconfiguration actions carried out at runtime. However, the replacement of components by another ones at runtime remains a complex task since it must ensure the validity of new version, in addition to preserving the correct completion of ongoing activities. In this paper, we propose an approach to specify the necessary information at design time for identifying the best moment to reconfigure the system. Moreover, we define an adaptation mechanism to take this information and realize a consistent dynamic adaptation to guarantee the system consistency.
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%L hal-01635352
%U https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01635352
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Communication dans un congrès
El Hamlaoui Mahmoud, Coulette Bernard, Ebersold Sophie, Bennani Saloua, Nassar Mahmoud, Anwar Adil, Beugnard Antoine, Bach Jean-Christophe, Jamoussi Yassine, Tran Hanh Nhi
Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: Emergency Department Case Study
4th International Workshop On the Globalization of Modeling Languages (GEMOC 2016) co-located with ACM/IEEE MODELS 2016, Oct 2016, Saint-Malo, France. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on the Globalization Of Modeling Languages, pp. 18-27, 2016
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{elhamlaoui:hal-01436169,
TITLE = {{Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: Emergency Department Case Study}},
AUTHOR = {El Hamlaoui, Mahmoud and Coulette, Bernard and Ebersold, Sophie and Bennani, Saloua and Nassar, Mahmoud and Anwar, Adil and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Bach, Jean-Christophe and Jamoussi, Yassine and Tran, Hanh Nhi},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01436169},
BOOKTITLE = {{4th International Workshop On the Globalization of Modeling Languages (GEMOC 2016) co-located with ACM/IEEE MODELS 2016}},
ADDRESS = {Saint-Malo, France},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {17278},
PAGES = {pp. 18-27},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Oct,
KEYWORDS = {Heterogeneous meta-models ; Partial models ; Correspondences ; Semantic expression ; Refinement mechanism},
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01436169/file/elhamlaoui_17254.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01436169},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Alignment of viewpoint heterogeneous design models: Emergency Department Case Study
%+ Institut de recherche en informatique de Toulouse (IRIT)
%+ Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et d'Analyses des Systèmes (ENSIAS)
%+ Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs (EMI)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Télécom Bretagne - Brest
%+ Laboratoire RIADI-GDL [Manouba]
%A El Hamlaoui, Mahmoud
%A Coulette, Bernard
%A Ebersold, Sophie
%A Bennani, Saloua
%A Nassar, Mahmoud
%A Anwar, Adil
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Bach, Jean-Christophe
%A Jamoussi, Yassine
%A Tran, Hanh Nhi
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 17278
%( Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on the Globalization Of Modeling Languages
%B 4th International Workshop On the Globalization of Modeling Languages (GEMOC 2016) co-located with ACM/IEEE MODELS 2016
%C Saint-Malo, France
%P pp. 18-27
%8 2016-10-04
%D 2016
%K Heterogeneous meta-models
%K Partial models
%K Correspondences
%K Semantic expression
%K Refinement mechanism
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Embedded Systems
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Cryptography and Security [cs.CR]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Hardware Architecture [cs.AR]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Modeling and SimulationConference papers
%X Generally, various models can be used to describe a given application domain on different aspects and thus give rise to several views. To have a complete view of the application domain, heterogeneous models need to be unified, which is a hard task to do. To tackle this problem, we have proposed a method to relate partial models without combining them in a single model. In our approach, partial models are organized as a network of models through a virtual global model called M1C (Model of correspondences between models) which conforms to a ubiquitous language based on a Meta-Model of Correspondences (MMC). This paper presents an application of our method to an “Emergency Department” case study. It has been performed as a collaborative process involving model designers and a supervisor. The focus is put on the building of the M1C model from 3 partial models.
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%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01436169/document
%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01436169/file/elhamlaoui_17254.pdf
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Communication dans un congrès
Golra Fahad Rafique, Beugnard Antoine, Dagnat Fabien, Guerin Sylvain, Guychard Christophe
Using free modeling as an Agile method for developing domain specific modeling languages
MODELS 2016 : ACM/IEEE 19th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, Oct 2016, Saint Malo, France. Proceedings MODELS 2016 : ACM/IEEE 19th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, pp.24 - 34, 2016, 〈10.1145/2976767.2976807〉
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{golra:hal-01393781,
TITLE = {{Using free modeling as an Agile method for developing domain specific modeling languages}},
AUTHOR = {Golra, Fahad Rafique and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Dagnat, Fabien and GUERIN, Sylvain and Guychard, Christophe},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01393781},
BOOKTITLE = {{MODELS 2016 : ACM/IEEE 19th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems}},
ADDRESS = {Saint Malo, France},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {17274},
PAGES = {24 - 34},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Oct,
DOI = {10.1145/2976767.2976807},
KEYWORDS = {Domain Specific Language ; Agile methods ; Free Modeling ; Graphical DSML ; Lessons learnt},
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01393781/file/models2016.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01393781},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Using free modeling as an Agile method for developing domain specific modeling languages
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Openflexo (Entreprise)
%A Golra, Fahad Rafique
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Dagnat, Fabien
%A GUERIN, Sylvain
%A Guychard, Christophe
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 17274
%( Proceedings MODELS 2016 : ACM/IEEE 19th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
%B MODELS 2016 : ACM/IEEE 19th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
%C Saint Malo, France
%P 24 - 34
%8 2016-10-02
%D 2016
%R 10.1145/2976767.2976807
%K Domain Specific Language
%K Agile methods
%K Free Modeling
%K Graphical DSML
%K Lessons learnt
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]Conference papers
%X Mostly the development of domain specific modeling languages (DSML) follows the traditional model driven engineering practices. First the syntax and semantics of the language are defined (at meta-level) and then it is used for the development of user models. In certain situations, it is hard even to conceptualize the demands of the user, let alone the definition of the language. Agile methods for software development suggest that the development activities should be performed alongside a client stakeholder for incremental development of the system. This approach helps in the elicitation of requirements in parallel to the actual development of the system. We followed this approach for developing a domain specific modeling language and its tooling for a local government project, Brest Métropole. The project aimed at filling the communication gap between the elected representatives (politicians) and the bureaucracy (government officers). We used a modeling methodology that does not restrict a modeler's interaction to a single abstraction level. Thus a modeler can develop both models and metamodels at the same time, where the definition of one helps in defining the other. In this article, we explain our experiences from this project and share the lessons learnt.
%G English
%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01393781/document
%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01393781/file/models2016.pdf
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Communication dans un congrès
Adam Marie-Pierre, Arzel Matthieu, Beugnard Antoine, Coupez Jean-Philippe, Le Goff-Pronost Myriam, Morvan Michel, Tremenbert Pierre, Vinouze Bruno, Baux Didier
Boosting advanced skills in project management thanks to complex human and technical situations
SEFI 2016 : European Society for Engineering Education annual conference, Sep 2016, Tampere, Finland. Proceedings SEFI 2016 : European Society for Engineering Education annual conference, pp.1 - 11, 2016
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{adam:hal-01494159,
TITLE = {{Boosting advanced skills in project management thanks to complex human and technical situations}},
AUTHOR = {Adam, Marie-Pierre and Arzel, Matthieu and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Coupez, Jean-Philippe and LE GOFF-PRONOST, Myriam and Morvan, Michel and Tremenbert, Pierre and Vinouze, Bruno and BAUX, Didier},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01494159},
BOOKTITLE = {{SEFI 2016 : European Society for Engineering Education annual conference}},
ADDRESS = {Tampere, Finland},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {16935},
PAGES = {1 - 11},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Sep,
KEYWORDS = {Project management ; Cooperation ; Apprenticeship ; Agility ; team-working ; Complex projects ; Teaching skills},
HAL_ID = {hal-01494159},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Boosting advanced skills in project management thanks to complex human and technical situations
%+ Direction de la Formation (DF)
%+ Lab-STICC_TB_CACS_IAS
%+ Département Electronique (ELEC)
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Lab-STICC_TB_MOM_DIM
%+ Département Micro-Ondes (MO)
%+ Département Logique des Usages, Sciences sociales et Sciences de l'Information (LUSSI)
%+ Département Optique (OPT)
%+ Direction Scientifique (DS)
%+ Didier Baux Communication (Entreprise)
%A Adam, Marie-Pierre
%A Arzel, Matthieu
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Coupez, Jean-Philippe
%A LE GOFF-PRONOST, Myriam
%A Morvan, Michel
%A Tremenbert, Pierre
%A Vinouze, Bruno
%A BAUX, Didier
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 16935
%( Proceedings SEFI 2016 : European Society for Engineering Education annual conference
%B SEFI 2016 : European Society for Engineering Education annual conference
%C Tampere, Finland
%P 1 - 11
%8 2016-09-12
%D 2016
%K Project management
%K Cooperation
%K Apprenticeship
%K Agility
%K team-working
%K Complex projects
%K Teaching skills
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Computers and Society [cs.CY]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]
%Z Humanities and Social Sciences/Education
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Optics / Photonic
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/Signal and Image processingConference papers
%X Our graduate engineering school in Information and Communication Technology offers different academic programmes ranging from Masters of Engineering to PhD. One programme is dedicated to apprenticeships with around 40 students per year. Each student alternates equally between the school and a company over a three year period. The companies vary from small and medium size to large ones such as IT operators. All these companies require that the students are able to work in the complex and fast-changing environment of the digital industry. To this end, we have developed project based learning where students are placed in practical situations close to those they will experience in their future career. In particular, during a final-year project, we require that our students perform a technical and economic study involving constraints which can vary during the project. The students work in large teams (around 15 students) and improve skills such as agility, project management and team-working.These skills are relatively removed from standard academic and technical skills but they are essential for a career in engineering. As teachers, we provide tools to help organize, schedule and manage teamwork in a fast-changing environment. During the first two years, students have academic lectures on risk management, customer requirement analysis, schedule management and communication basics. Although the students spend many training periods in companies, they usually practice only basic project management. During their final year, we aim to boost their skills by introducing the complexity of the industrial world into academic activities. We stress team work, self-organization, conflict management and uncertainty. Even though, as teachers, we of course verify that they eventually master these topics to a high level, students must also perform a self-assessment and discuss this assessment with their teachers. Over the last 3 years, we have analysed the students' point of view on their skills improvement. This allows us, firstly, to adapt the course in order to continually improve student skills. However, we also have to make sure that the students are aware of their skills increase so that they apply this new knowledge with more confidence in the company environment. Our method is based on a quantitative analysis of the answers to a poll on the self-assessment of skills. The same poll was filled in by a hundred students over three years, before and after the complex project activity. We focused the analysis on three main issues: project management tools, team-working and agility. For each question, the students had to individually rate their capacity on a 5-level scale: from "No knowledge" to "Mastery of complex projects". We observe a strong increase in the self-assessed level in these skills. The "Mastery of complex project" which was claimed by only 20% of the students before the activity reaches 50 % after the project. The other students shifted from "No knowledge" to "Mastery of simple projects". Furthermore, agility is assessed as the most boosted skill. Why? Throughout the project, professors aim to put the students in situations which are different to those generally occurring in an academic environment. Moreover, students certainly have more difficulties to assess this skill when compared to the others. Indeed, the students have many written and factual feedbacks from the teachers all along the project so that they moderate their self-assessment about project management tools and team-working. To go further, we aim to involve the student's partner companies in the skill assessment of our students before and after their final project which concludes their apprenticeship. This will give us a more complete skill assessment from the three stakeholders of this programme: students, teachers and companies.
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Communication dans un congrès
Golra Fahad Rafique, Beugnard Antoine, Dagnat Fabien, Guerin Sylvain, Guychard Christophe
Continuous Requirements Engineering Using Model Federation
RE 2016 : 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Sep 2016, Beijing, China. Proceedings RE 2016 : 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, pp.347 - 352, 2016, 〈10.1109/RE.2016.42〉
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{golra:hal-01487055,
TITLE = {{Continuous Requirements Engineering Using Model Federation}},
AUTHOR = {Golra, Fahad Rafique and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Dagnat, Fabien and GUERIN, Sylvain and Guychard, Christophe},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01487055},
BOOKTITLE = {{RE 2016 : 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference}},
ADDRESS = {Beijing, China},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {17370},
PAGES = {347 - 352},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Sep,
DOI = {10.1109/RE.2016.42},
KEYWORDS = {Requirements Engineering ; Model Federation ; Continuous Requirements Engineering ; Traceability ; Requirements Modeling},
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01487055/file/article.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01487055},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Continuous Requirements Engineering Using Model Federation
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Openflexo (Entreprise)
%A Golra, Fahad Rafique
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Dagnat, Fabien
%A GUERIN, Sylvain
%A Guychard, Christophe
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 17370
%( Proceedings RE 2016 : 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference
%B RE 2016 : 24th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference
%C Beijing, China
%P 347 - 352
%8 2016-09-12
%D 2016
%R 10.1109/RE.2016.42
%K Requirements Engineering
%K Model Federation
%K Continuous Requirements Engineering
%K Traceability
%K Requirements Modeling
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]Conference papers
%X Researchers in software engineering have been striving to produce new methods to improve the quality of development methodologies to consequently produce quality products. Proposition of iterative and evolutionary approaches was triggered by the realization that requirements engineering is not confined to the initial phases of software development only. With this shift of perspective, requirements engineering has become more or less a continuous process in software development lifecycles. We believe that existing requirements engineering approaches and associated tooling leave a room for improvement in putting 'continuity' into practice. A continuous requirements engineering methodology needs to take into account different concerns of all the stakeholders involved in the process. Approaches like KAOS bring the multi-view nature of requirements modeling in focus by using different views for goal, responsibility, object and operation modeling. We argue that a multi-view approach, maintaining a dynamic link between the requirement models and multiple sources of requirements, can offer a better support for continuous requirements engineering methodology. In this paper, we expand on this argument and present the early findings with the associated in progress tooling support.
%G English
%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01487055/document
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Communication dans un congrès
Huynh Ngoc Tho, Segarra Maria Teresa, Beugnard Antoine
A Development Process Based on Variability Modeling for Building Adaptive Software Architectures
FedCSIS 2016 : 36th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, Federated Conference On Computer Science And Information Systems, Sep 2016, Gdansk, Poland. Proceedings FedCSIS 2016 : 36th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, Federated Conference On Computer Science And Information Systems, pp.1715 - 1718, 2016
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{huynh:hal-01450391,
TITLE = {{A Development Process Based on Variability Modeling for Building Adaptive Software Architectures}},
AUTHOR = {Huynh, Ngoc Tho and Segarra, Maria Teresa and BEUGNARD, Antoine},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01450391},
BOOKTITLE = {{FedCSIS 2016 : 36th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, Federated Conference On Computer Science And Information Systems}},
ADDRESS = {Gdansk, Poland},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {16987},
PAGES = {1715 - 1718},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Sep,
KEYWORDS = {Development process ; Reconfiguration ; Variability modeling ; Variation point ; Software product line},
HAL_ID = {hal-01450391},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T A Development Process Based on Variability Modeling for Building Adaptive Software Architectures
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%A Huynh, Ngoc Tho
%A Segarra, Maria Teresa
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 16987
%( Proceedings FedCSIS 2016 : 36th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, Federated Conference On Computer Science And Information Systems
%B FedCSIS 2016 : 36th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, Federated Conference On Computer Science And Information Systems
%C Gdansk, Poland
%P 1715 - 1718
%8 2016-09-11
%D 2016
%K Development process
%K Reconfiguration
%K Variability modeling
%K Variation point
%K Software product line
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Hardware Architecture [cs.AR]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]Conference papers
%X Adaptive software is a class of software which is able to dynamically modify at runtime its own internal structure and hence its behavior in response to changes in its operating environment. Adaptive software development has been an emerging research area of software engineering in the last decade. Many existing approaches use techniques issued from software product lines (SPLs) to develop adaptive software. They propose tools, frameworks or languages to build adaptive software architectures (ASAs) but do not guide developers on the process of using them. In this paper, we propose an adaptive software architecture development process to guide developers building an ASA. One of the important activities of this development process is software specification based on models. In our process, we propose to use the models and basic tools of Common Variability Language (CVL, proposed as an OMG standard) to generate an ASA and a subprocess to specify these models.
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Communication dans un congrès
Golra Fahad Rafique, Beugnard Antoine, Dagnat Fabien, Guerin Sylvain, Guychard Christophe
Addressing Modularity for Heterogeneous Multi-model Systems using Model Federation
MODULARITY 2016 : 15th International Conference on Modularity, Mar 2016, Malaga, Spain. Proceedings MODULARITY 2016 : 15th International Conference on Modularity, pp.206 - 211, 2016, 〈10.1145/2892664.2892701〉
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{golra:hal-01298547,
TITLE = {{Addressing Modularity for Heterogeneous Multi-model Systems using Model Federation}},
AUTHOR = {Golra, Fahad Rafique and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Dagnat, Fabien and GUERIN, Sylvain and Guychard, Christophe},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01298547},
BOOKTITLE = {{MODULARITY 2016 : 15th International Conference on Modularity}},
ADDRESS = {Malaga, Spain},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {16765},
PAGES = {206 - 211},
YEAR = {2016},
MONTH = Mar,
DOI = {10.1145/2892664.2892701},
KEYWORDS = {Model Driven Engineering ; Model Federation ; Modularity ; Multi-model systems ; Abstraction},
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01298547/file/Momo-16.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01298547},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Addressing Modularity for Heterogeneous Multi-model Systems using Model Federation
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Openflexo (Incubateur Télécom Bretagne)
%A Golra, Fahad Rafique
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Dagnat, Fabien
%A GUERIN, Sylvain
%A Guychard, Christophe
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 16765
%( Proceedings MODULARITY 2016 : 15th International Conference on Modularity
%B MODULARITY 2016 : 15th International Conference on Modularity
%C Malaga, Spain
%P 206 - 211
%8 2016-03-14
%D 2016
%R 10.1145/2892664.2892701
%K Model Driven Engineering
%K Model Federation
%K Modularity
%K Multi-model systems
%K Abstraction
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Software Engineering [cs.SE]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]Conference papers
%X Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) proposes to modularize complex software-intensive systems using multiple models where each module serves a specific concern. These concerns of a system might be diverse and the use of multiple heterogeneous models often becomes inevitable. These models adhere to different paradigms and use distinct formalisms, which makes it hard to ensure consistency among them. Moreover, these models might contain certain concepts (at times overlapping) that are reused for building cross-concern views/models. Maintaining models using separation of concerns in a heterogeneous modeling space becomes difficult. Traditional MDE suggests the use of model transformations to maintain the mappings between heterogeneous models. In this paper, we introduce a different approach based on model federation to map heterogeneous models. In contrast to traditional approaches where heterogeneous models are gathered in a single technological space, model federation keeps them in their own technological spaces. We provide a mechanism so that elements of these models are accessible for the development of cross-concern views/models from their respective technological spaces.
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%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01298547/document
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Communication dans un congrès
Ruano Rincon Santiago, Vaton Sandrine, Beugnard Antoine, Garlatti Serge
Semantics based analysis of botnet activity from heterogeneous data sources
IWCMC 2015 : 11th International Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing Conference - TRAC Workshop : Traffic Analysis and Characterization, Aug 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia. 2015
Bibtext :
@inproceedings{ruanorincon:hal-01162734,
TITLE = {{Semantics based analysis of botnet activity from heterogeneous data sources}},
AUTHOR = {RUANO RINCON, Santiago and Vaton, Sandrine and BEUGNARD, Antoine and Garlatti, Serge},
URL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01162734},
BOOKTITLE = {{IWCMC 2015 : 11th International Wireless Communications \& Mobile Computing Conference - TRAC Workshop : Traffic Analysis and Characterization}},
ADDRESS = {Dubrovnik, Croatia},
HAL_LOCAL_REFERENCE = {15309},
YEAR = {2015},
MONTH = Aug,
PDF = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01162734/file/paper-botnet-case-study-TB-publishable.pdf},
HAL_ID = {hal-01162734},
HAL_VERSION = {v1},
}
Endnote :
%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Semantics based analysis of botnet activity from heterogeneous data sources
%+ Département informatique (INFO)
%+ Advanced technologies for operated networks (ADOPNET)
%+ Process for Adaptative Software Systems (PASS)
%+ Lab-STICC_TB_CID_IHSEV
%A RUANO RINCON, Santiago
%A Vaton, Sandrine
%A BEUGNARD, Antoine
%A Garlatti, Serge
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z 15309
%B IWCMC 2015 : 11th International Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing Conference - TRAC Workshop : Traffic Analysis and Characterization
%C Dubrovnik, Croatia
%8 2015-08-24
%D 2015
%Z Computer Science [cs]/Networking and Internet Architecture [cs.NI]Conference papers
%X The diversity in network devices, protocols, data sources and probes impose different challenges to uniformly measure and analyse network traffic. Analysing a network means considering distinctive reporting approaches and diverse methods to represent data, measure times or identify nodes. In this work, we tackle these challenges by relying on semantics, taking advantage of the ontologies' ability to map high-level network concepts to concrete information sources of different nature. In particular, we propose a simple architecture to map network concepts to data stored in relational databases. Based on this architecture, we implement a tool that looks for malicious bot activity, studying, from a unique point of view, DNS traffic from PCAP sources, and TCP connections from IPFIX reports. This approach is able to enhance current DNS based botnet detection methods, taking into account additional heterogeneous analysis elements.
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%2 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01162734/file/paper-botnet-case-study-TB-publishable.pdf
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