Publications


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RESEARCH  MONOGRAPH:

  1. L. Chung, B. A. Nixon, E. Yu and J. Mylopoulos, Non-Functional Requirements in Software Engineering, Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2000. 472pp. ISBN 0-7923-8666-3. Some earlier drafts.

EDITED VOLUMES:

  1. L. Chung and N. Subramanian (Guest Editors), Journal of Science of Computer Programming: Special Issue on System/Software Architectures: 66(1), 2007.
  2. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’07), 2007.
  3. L. Chung and N. Subramanian (Guest Editors), Journal of Science of Computer Programming: Special Issue on  System/Software Architectures: 61(1), 2006.
  4. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’06), 2006.
  5. L. Chung and N. Subramanian (Guest Editors), Journal of Science of Computer Programming: Special Issue on  System/Software Architectures: 57(1), July 2005.
  6. L. Chung and Y. Song (Editors), Proceedings of the 6th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD 2005), May 23-25, 2005, Towson, Maryland, USA IEEE Computer Society 2005
  7. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’05), 2005.
  8. L. Chung and N. Subramanian (Guest Editors), Journal of Systems Architecture: Special Issue on Adaptable Software/System Architectures, 50(7), July 2004.
  9. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’04), 2004.
  10. N. Subramanian and L. Chung (Guest Editors), CS&I: Special Issue on Adaptable Software Architectures, 25(3), 2003.
  11. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc., Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’03), 2003
  12. L. Chung (Associate Editor), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’02),2002

BOOK CHAPTERS:

  1. Lawrence Chung, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite: On Non-Functional Requirements in Software Engineering. Conceptual Modeling: Foundations and Applications 2009: 363-379
  2. E. Escofet, M. Rodríguez, J. L. Garrido and L. Chung, Strategic Alignment as a way OF addressING THE barriers to E-Business adoption,” in M. M. Cruz-Cunha and J. E. Varajão (ed.), E-Business Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for SMEs: Driving Competitiveness (To appear)
  3. L. Chung, D. Gross and E. Yu, "Architectural Design to Meet Stakeholder Requirements," in P. Donohoe (Ed.) Software Architecture, pp. 545 - 564. Kluwer Academic Publishing, 1999.
  4. L. Chung, P. Katalagarianos, M. Marakakis, M. Mertikas, J. Mylopoulos and Y. Vassiliou, "From Information System Requirements to Designs: A Mapping Framework." In M. Jarke (Ed.), Database Application Engineering with DAIDA, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1993.
  5. B. Nixon, L. Chung, D. Lauzon, A. Borgida, J. Mylopoulos and M. Stanley, "Design of a Compiler for a Semantic Data Model." In J. W. Schmidt and C. Thanos (Eds.), Foundations of Knowledge Base Management, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1989, pp. 293-343.

GUEST EDITORIALS:

1.   L. Chung, J. L. Garrido, N. Subramanian, M. Noguera and K. B. Akhlaki, “Designing High Quality in System/Software Architectures,” Science of Computer Programming , 75(8). Pp. 669-671.

  1. L Chung and N. Subramanian, “Bridging the Gap between Enterprise Architectures and Software Architectures,” Science of Computer Programming66(1)15 April 2007pp. 1-3.
  2. L. Chung and N. Subramanian , “Quality System and Software Architectures,” Journal of Science of Computer Programming: Special Issue on  System/Software Architectures: 61(1), 2006. pp. 1-3.
  3. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, “System/Software Architectures,” Journal of Science of Computer Programming: 57(1), July 2005. pp. 1-4.
  4. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Adaptable Software/System Architectures"", Special Issue on Adaptable Software/System Architectures, Journal of Systems Architecture, 50(7), July 2004. pp. 365-366.
  5. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Towards Standardization of Adaptable Software Architectures," Computer Standards & Interfaces (CS&I), 25(3), 2003. pp. 211-213.

 

JOURNALS/CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS:

2.      T. Hill, S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Run-time Monitoring of System Performance: A Goal-Oriented and System Architecture Simulation Approach”, Proc. 1st International Workshop on Requirements@Run.Time (RE@RunTime), 2010. Pp. 31-40.

3.      S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Visualizing Non-Functional Requirements Patterns,” 5th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Visualization (REV), 2010, pp. 25-34.

4.      M. Noguera, M. V. Hurtado, M. L. Rodríguez, L. Chung and J. L. Garrido, “Ontology-driven Analysis of UML-Based Collaborative Processes using OWL-DL and CPN”, Journal of Science of Computer Programming: Special Issue on  Quality System/Software Architecture, 75(8). pp. 726-760.

5.      T. Ruiz-López, J. L. Garrido, K. Benghazi and L. Chung. "A Survey on Indoor Positioning Systems: Foreseeing a Quality Design",  proc. Int. Symp. on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence 2010 (DCAI'10),, Advances in Soft Computing, 2010, Volume 79, Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence, pp. 373-380..

6.      K. Benghazi, J. L. Garrido, M. Noguera, M. V. Hurtado and M. Berm´udez and L. Chung, “Temporal Semantics of UML 2.0 Activity Diagram,” Proc., IEEE RCIS’2010 . pp. 93-100.

7.      L. Chung, S. Lim, Y. Chung, R. Y. Mehta and A. B. Chembra, “AAC for Elderly People with Hearing, Speech or Memory Loss due to Aging,” 25th  Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, March 2010.

8.      S. Supakkul, T. Hill, E. Oladimeji, and L. Chung, “Goal-Oriented Security Threat Mitigation Patterns: A Case of Credit Card Theft Mitigation,” Proceedings of the 16th  conference on Pattern languages of programs,  Chicago. (to appear).

  1. T. Hill, S. Supakkul and L. Chung: Confirming and Reconfirming Architectural Decisions on Scalability: A Goal-Driven Simulation Approach. IWSSA 2009, OTM Workshops 2009: 327-336.
  2. S. Lim, L. Chung, S. Helal and H.-I Yang, “Framework Design of Pervasive Computing System for Inter Space Interactions between Private and Public Smart Spaces,” International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems, vol. 9, no. 3, September 2009 pp. 198-205.
  3. S. Supakkul, T. Hill, E. Oladimeji,  and L. Chung, “Capturing, Organizing, and Reusing Knowledge of NFRs: An NFR Pattern Approach", Proc. 2nd Intl. Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge (MaRK'09), in conjunction with RE'09, Atlanta, Sept. 1, 2009. pp. 75-84
  4. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Extending Problem Frames to Deal with Stakeholder Problems: An Agent- and Goal-Oriented Approach”, RE Track, SAC 2009 pp. 389-394.
  5. L. Chung, H. Song, L. Chung, S. Lim, A. Azzouni, B. Paturi, and M. Kumar, “A Tiny Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Platform for Independent Living of Elder People with Hearing, Speech or Memory Loss,” Proc. IST, (CD), August 2009.
  6. E. Escofet, M. J. Rodriguez, J. L. Garrido, and L. Chung, “Strategic Alignment as a way of Addressing the Barriers to E-Business Adoption. In S. Krishnamurthy (Ed.), Proceedings of the 6th IADIS, International Conference on E-Commerce, Algarve, Portugal, IADIS Press. pp. 27-34.
  7. L. Chung, H. Song, Y. T. Song and N. Subramanian, “Understanding the Role of Enterprise Architecture towards Better Institutionalization,” Proc., 1st International Workshop on Enterprise Architecture Challenges and Responses, 2009. pp. 316-320.
  8. J. Suryadevara, L. Chung and Shyamasundar R. K., “cmUML - A UML based Framework for Formal Specification of Concurrent, Reactive Systems,” JOT vol. 7, no. 8, November-December 2008, pp. 187-207.
  9. L. Chung, “Communication Assistive Technology for Elderly People
    with Hearing, Speech or Memory Loss,” Proc. Int. Forum  on Health Care, Oct. 2008.
  10. W. Ma, L. Chung and K. Cooper, “Assessing Component's Behavioral Interoperability Concerning Goals,” OTM Workshops 2008: 452-462.
  11. S. Lim and L. Chung, “Context-aware Ubiquitous Computing: A Service Scenario-based Approach,” Proc. IST, UKC2008, CD-ROM.
  12. M. V. Hurtado, M. Noguera, M. L. Rodríguez, J. L. Garrido and L. Chung, “An Ontology-based Approach to the Modelling of Collaborative Enterprise Processes – Dynamic Managing of Functional Requirements,” The 2nd International Working Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE’07), Barcelona, Spain, 23-25 July, 2007.
  13. E. Oladimeji, S. Supakkul and L. Chung, "Model-Driven Development of Secure Software Architecture,” International Conference on Software and Knowledge Engineering, Boston, July 2007.
  14. M. Noguera, L. Chung, J. L. Garrido, M. V. Hurtado, and M. L. Rodriguez, “Description of Collaborative Processes using OWL-DL,” The 6th International Workshop on System/Software Architectures (IWSSA’07),  Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’07), 2007.
  15. W. Ma, L. Chung, and K. Cooper, Verifying Behavioral Component Interoperability Using Positive/Negative Model Checking,”  The 6th International Workshop on System/Software Architectures (IWSSA’07),  Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’07), 2007.
  16. P. P. Sancho, C. Juiz, R. Puigjaner, L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "An Approach to Ontology-aided Performance Engineering through NFR Framework," Proc. WOSP’07, Buenos Aires, Argentina. ACM (Order No. 488073). Feb. 5—8, 2007. pp. 125-128.
  17. K. Cooper, S. P. Abraham, R. S. Unnithan, L. Chung and S. Courtney, “Integrating Goal Models in the Rational Unified Process,” Journal of Visual Languages & Computing: 17(6), Dec. 2006, pp. 551-583.
  18. L. Chung and S. Supakkul, “Representing NFRs and FRs: A Goal-Oriented and Use Case-Driven Approach”, W. Dosch, R. Y. Lee and C. Woo (Eds.), SERA 2004: Revised Selected Papers, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3647/ 2006, pp. 29-41.

27.  N. Subramanian, L. Chung and Y. Song, “An NFR-Based Framework for Establishing Traceability between Enterprise Architectures and System Architectures,” IJCIS (ACIS International Journal of Computer and Information Science), Vol. 7, No. 1-4 2006.  Pp 83 ~ 94. ISSN 1525-9293

  1. E. Oladimeji, S. Supakkul and L. Chung, "Security Threat Modeling: A Goal-Oriented Approach,” Proc. the 10th Int. Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (SEA’06), Dallas, TX, Nov. 2006. pp. 178-185.
  2. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Capturing and Reusing Functional and Non-Functional Requirements Knowledge,” Proc. IEEE IRI 2006. pp. 539-544.
  3. S. Supakkul, E. Oladimeji, and L. Chung, “Toward Component Non-functional Interoperability Analysis: A UML-based and Goal-Oriented Approach,” Proc. 1st IEEE Int. Workshop on Software Architectures and Components Integration (SACI'06) 2006. In Proc., IRI 2006. pp. 351-358.
  4. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Representing and Reasoning About Agreements … More Agreeably”, Ius Gentium 12: Special Issue on Agreements, Univ. Baltimore School of Law, Spring 2006. pp. 205-257.
  5. L. Chung and K. Yeom, “Architecting Software Interoperability: A Goal-Oriented Approach,” Proc. UKC-ITS 2006 (CD), Aug. 10-13, Teaneck, New Jersey.
  6. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Applying an NFR-driven and  Goal-oriented Approach in a Hazard Analysis: A Case Study”, Proc. SERA’06 , Aug. 9-11. Seattle, Washington. pp. 22-29.
  7. E. Oladimeji, S. Supakkul and L. Chung, "Representing Security Goals, Policies and Objects", Proc. IEEE/ACIS 5th Int’l Conf. on Computer & Information Science (ICIS’06), July 12-14. Honolulu. Pp 160-167.
  8. E. Oladimeji and L. Chung, "Analyzing Security Interoperability during Components Integration", Proc. IEEE/ACIS 5th Int’l Workshop on Component-Based Software Engineering, Software Architecture and Reuse (COMSAR’06) July 12-14. Honolulu. Pp. 121-128.
  9. W. Ma, K. Cooper and L. Chung, "Component-Aware System Architecting: A Software Interoperability Perspective", 5th Int. Workshop on System/Software Architectures, Proc. of SERP’06 , June 26-27. pp. 778-784.
  10. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “An NFR-Based Framework for Aligning Software Architectures with System Architectures,” 5th Int. Workshop on System/Software Architectures, Proc. of SERP’06 , June 26-27. pp. 764-770.
  11. N. Subramanian, L. Chung and Y. Song, “An NFR-Based Framework for Establishing Traceability between Enterprise Architectures and System Architectures,” Proc. of SNPD’06 . pp 21-28.
  12. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Representing, Organizing and Reusing Knowledge about both Functional and Non-Functional Requirements," IRMA 2006, Washington D.C, May 21-24, 2006, pp 534-537.
  13. L. Chung and S. Supakkul, “Reasoning about Functional and Non-Functional Concerns during Model Refinement," IRMA 2006, Washington D.C, May 21-24, 2006, pp 816-819.
  14. L. Chung, W, Ma and K. Cooper, “Requirements Elicitation through Model-Driven Evaluation of Software Components,” Proc., IEEE International Conference on COTS-Based Systems (ICCBSS’06), Feb. 2006. pp. 187-196.
  15. L. Chung, X. Franch and N. Maiden, "Second International Workshop on Models and Processes for the Evaluation of Off-The-Shelf Components (MPEC.05)", ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 30(5): 1-3 (2005).
  16. N. Subramanian, R. Puerzer and L. Chung, "A Comparative Evaluation of Maintainability: A Study of Engineering Department's Website Maintainability," Proc. ICSM05, IEEE Computer Society, Hungary, September, 2005, pp. 669-672.
  17. K. Cooper, L. Chung and S. Courtney, "Enhancing the Vision Document in the Rational Unified Process with a Visual Representation of Goals," Proc. Workshop on Visual Modeling for Software Intensive Systems (VMSIS'05),  co-located with the IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, Dallas, Texas, USA, 24 September 2005, pp. 19-26.
  18. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “A UML Profile for Goal-Oriented and Use Case-Driven Representation of NFRs and FRs”, Proc. SERA'05, IEEE Computer Society. Pp. 112-121.
  19. J. Wong, Y. T. Song and L. Chung, “Analysis of Secure Design Patterns: A Case Study in E-Commerce System ”, Proc. SERA'05, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 174-183.
  20. K. Cooper, J. Dong, K. Zhang, and L. Chung, "Teaching Experiences with UML at The University of Texas at Dallas", Proc. ACM/IEEE 8th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems – Educator’s Symposium (MoDELS-EDU'05), Montego Bay, Jamaica, Oct. 3, 2005. pp 1-8.
  21. T. Chowdhury, L. Chung and K. Cooper, “Quantifying the Evolution of Goals in Requirements Engineering: A Study on the Quality Assurance Review Assistant”, Proc. 15th International Council on Systems Engineering Symposium (INCOSE),  July 10-15, 2005, Rochester, USA, CD proceedings Requirements Session, pp. 28-41
  22. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, “Reconfirming Change in Secure Software Systems: An Adaptable Security Approach”, Proc. Int. Conf. on Security and Management (SAM’05), Las Vegas, NV, June 20-23, 2005 pp 320-326.
  23. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Supporting the Development of Adaptable and Secure Software Systems: An NFR Approach”, 4th Int. Workshop on Systems and Software Architecture (IWSSA’05), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’05), Las Vegas, NV, June 20-23, 2005. pp.108-114 .
  24. K. Cooper, L. Chung and W. Ma, “Evaluating Off-The-Shelf Architectural Components”, 4th Int. Workshop on Systems and Software Architecture (IWSSA’05), Proc. Int. Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP’05), Las Vegas, NV, June 20-23, 2005. pp. 115-121.
  25. L. Chung, X. Franch and N. Maiden, “Models and Processes for the Evaluation of Off-The-Shelf Components - MPEC’05”, Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Software Engineering (ICSE), May, 2005. p. 696.
  26. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Representing and Reasoning About Agreements … More Agreeably”, Proc. EACLE, Baltimore Law School, May 2005.
  27. K. Cooper and L. Chung, “Managing Change in an OTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Approach,” IEEE ICSE-MPEC’05 Workshop, May, 2005, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 30(5): 1-3 (2005).
  28. J. Dong, S. Yang, L. Chung, P. Alencar and D. Cohen, "A COTS Architectural Component Specification Stencil for Selection and Reasoning," IEEE ICSE-MPEC’05 Workshop, May, 2005, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 30(5): 1-3 (2005).
  29. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Measuring the Evolution of Legal Personality,” Ius Gentium, Univ. Baltimore School of Law, Volume11, Spring 2005, pp. 79 – 133.
  30. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Relationship between the Whole of Software Architecture and Its Parts: An NFR Perspective”, Proc. 6th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking, and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD2005), May, 2005. pp. 164-169.
  31. W. Ma, K. Cooper, and L. Chung , “Matching Effectiveness and COTS Model Richness”,  Proc. 6th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking, and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD2005), May, 2005. pp. 26-31.
  32. J. Wang, Y. T. Song, and L. Chung, “From Software Architecture to Design Patterns: An NFR Approach”, Proc. 6th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking, and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD2005), May, 2005. pp. 170-177.
  33. L. Chung, K. Cooper and S. Courtney, “COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering: The CARE Process”, Proc. Int. Workshop on Requirements Engineering on COTS (RECOTS’04), September, 2004, Kyoto, Japan.
  34. L. Chung and K. Cooper, “COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering and Software Architecting”, Proc. Int. Workshop on Systems/Software Architectures (IWSSA’04), June 21-24, Las Vegas, NV.
  35. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Process-Oriented Metrics for Software Architecture Changeability,” Proc. Int. Workshop on Systems/Software Architectures (IWSSA’04), June 21-24, Las Vegas, NV. In SERP’04 proceedings, pp. 83-89.
  36. L. Chung and K. Cooper, “Matching, Ranking, and Selecting Components: A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering and Software Architecture Approach ,” Proc. Intl Workshop on Models and Processes for the Evaluation of COTS Components (MPEC'04), May 25, 2004, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  37. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, “Measuring the Evolution of Legal Personality,” Proc., Annual EACLE (European-American Consortium for Legal Education) Symposium on Evolving Legal Personality, May 20-22, 2004, Hofstra University, NY.
  38. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “Integrating FRs and NFRs: A Use Case and Goal Driven Approach,” Proc., 2nd International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management & Applications (SERA'04), May 5 - 7, 2004, Los Angeles, CA. pp. 30-37. (Viewgraph)
  39. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Adaptable Architecture Generation for Embedded Systems"", Special Issue on Computer Systems, Journal of Systems and Software: 71(3): 271-295, 2004.
  40. L. Chung and K. Cooper, "Defining Goals in a COTS Aware Requirements Engineering Approach," Systems Engineering: 7(1), 2004.  pp. 61-83. . Earlier version
  41. L. Zhang, L. Chung and J. Wang, "Software Replaceability: An NFR Approach," Proc. Workshop on COTS and Product Software: Why Requirements are so Important (RECOTS Workshop), September, 2003, CA.
  42. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Process-Oriented Metrics for Software Architecture Evolvability," Proc. International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution (IWPSE2003), September, 2003, Helsinki, Finland. IEEE Computer Press. pp. 65 -70.
  43. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Intelligent Support for Developing Adaptable Software Architectures: A Knowledge-Based Approach," In A. S. d'Avila Garcez, G. Spanoudakis and A. Zisman (eds.), Proc., ACM ESEC/FSE International Workshop on Intelligent Technologies for Software Engineering (WITSE’03), Helsinki, Finland, ISSN 1364-4009, September 2003. pp. 13-19.
  44. L. Chung, S. Supakkul and A. Yi, "Software Architecting Using Goals, Scenarios, Patterns, and Objects," Proc. ICTS'03, August, 2003, Pasadena, CA.
  45. L. Chung, K. Cooper and R. Kaffenberger, "Defining an Architecture with a COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Process", Proc. 13th Annual International INCOSE Symposium, June 29 - July 3, Crystal City, Virginia, 2003.
  46. L. Chung, K. Cooper and A. Yi, "Architecting Adapable Software Architecture Using COTS: An NFR Approach," Proc., Int. Conf. on Software Engineering Practice and Research (SERP'03), June 23-26, 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada. pp. 155-161. Viewgraph.
  47. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Semi-Automatic Generation of Adaptable Architectures," Proc., Int. Conf. on Software Engineering Practice and Research (SERP'03), June 23-26, 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada. pp. 149-154.
  48. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Architecture-based Semantic Evolution for Embedded Systems: A Study of Remotely Controlled Systems", Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution, 15(3): 145-190, May/June, 2003. Viewgraph.
  49. L. Chung, K. Cooper and A. Yi, "Developing Adaptable Software Architectures Using Design Patterns: An NFR Approach," Computer Standards & Interfaces (CS&I), 25(3), 2003. pp. 253-260.
  50. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "SA3 - A Tool for Developing Adaptable Software Architectures," Computer Standards & Interfaces (CS&I), 25(3), 2003. pp. 283-290.
  51. L. Chung, K. Cooper, S. Lee, F. Shafique and A. Yi, "ACASA - Adaptable COTS-Aware Software Architecting," Computer Standards & Interfaces (CS&I), 25(3), 2003. pp. 223-231.
  52. L. Chung and K. Cooper, "Defining System Agents in a COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Approach," in Proc. 7th Australian Workshop on Requirements Engineering (AWRE'02), Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 2-3, 2002. pp. 73-84.
  53. L. Chung and K. Cooper, "A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Process: a Goal- and Agent-Oriented Approach", Proc., 12th Int. INCOSE Symposium, 28 July - August 1, 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  54. L. Chung and K. Cooper, "A Knowledge-Based COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Approach", Proc., 4th Int. Conf. on SEKE'02, ACM Press. July 15-19, 2002, Ischia, Italy. pp. 175-182.
  55. L. Chung, S. Supakkul and A. Yi, "Good Software Architecting: Goals, Objects and Design Patterns," Information, Computing & Communication Technology Symposium (ICCT- 2002), UKC'02, July 8-11, 2002, Seoul, Korea.
  56. L. Chung, K. Cooper and A. Yi, "Developing Adaptable Software Architectures for Real-Time Systems Using Design Patterns," Proc., Int. Conf. on Software Engineering Practice and Research (SERP'02), June 24-27, 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada. pp. 38-43.
  57. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "SAAA - A Tool for Developing Adaptable Software Architectures," Proc., Int. Conf. on Software Engineering Practice and Research (SERP'02), June 24-27, 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada. pp. 63-69.
  58. L. Chung, K. Cooper, S. Lee, F. Shafique and A. Yi, "Towards Adaptable COTS-Aware Software Architecting," Proc., Int. Conf. on Software Engineering Practice and Research (SERP'02), June 24-27, 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada. pp. 17-23.
  59. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Tool Support for Engineering Adaptability into Software Architecture," Proc., 5th International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution (IWPSE2002), ACM Press, May 19-20, 2002. Orlando, Florida. pp. 86-96.
  60. L. Chung and K. Cooper, ``Towards Model-based COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Process," Proc., 1st Int. Workshop on Model-based Requirements Engineering (MBRE'01), Nov. 30, 2001. Viewgraph. San Diego, USA.
  61. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, " Architecture-Based Semantic Evolution: A Study of Remotely Controlled Embedded Systems," Proc., IEEE Int. Conf. on Software Maintenance (ICSM`01), Nov. 6-10, Florence, Italy. pp. 663-666.
  62. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Software Architecture Adaptability: An NFR Approach," Proc., Int. Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution (IWPSE`01), September 10-11, Vienna, Austria. ACM Press, 2001. pp. 52-61. Viewgraph
  63. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Process-Oriented Metrics for Software Architecture Adaptability," Proc., IEEE Int. Symp. on Requirements Engineering (ISRE`01). Draft, August 27-31, 2001, Toronto, Canada.
  64. L. Chung, "Design Patterns for Adaptable Real-Time Systems," UKC`01, August 10-12, 2001, Boston, MA.
  65. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, Metrics for Software Adaptability, Proc. Software Quality Management (SQM 2001), April 18-20, 2001, Loughborough, UK. pp. 95-108.
  66. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, "Virtual OSGi Framework and Telecommunications," Proc., 9th Int. Conf. on Telecommunication Systems: Modelling and Analysis (ICTS2001), March 15-18, 2001, Dallas, TX pp. 131-160.Viewgraph
  67. J. Mylopoulos, L. Chung, S. S. Y. Liao, H. Wang and Eric Yu, "Extending Object-Oriented Analysis to Explore Alternatives," IEEE Software, 18(1), January/February, 2001. pp. 2-6.
  68. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Testable Embedded System Firmware Development: The Out-In Methodology,", Computer Standards & Interfaces (CS&I), 22(5), Dec. 2000. pp. 337-352.
  69. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Architecture-Driven Embedded Systems Adaptation for Supporting Vocabulary Evolution," Proc., Int. Symp. on Principles of Software Evolution (ISPSE2000), Nov. 1-2, 2000, Kanazawa, Japan. pp. 144-153. IEEE Computer Society Press. [.doc] [.pdf]
  70. M. Rawlins and L. Chung, "OO-edi or XML/EDI?: A Comparison Based on `Non-Functional' Requirements: Part II," Journal of Electronic Commerce - CD-ROM, Summer, 2000.
  71. T. H. Kim, Y. T. Song, L. Chung and D. Huynh, "Software Architecture Analysis: A Dynamic Slicing Approach," International Journal of Computer & Information Science, 1(2), Spring 2000. pp. 91-103. [pdf][doc]
  72. Y. T. Song, T. H. Kim, L. Chung and D. T. Huynh, ``Using Dynamic Slicing for Incremental Software Architecture Development," Proc., Int. conf. on Software Engineering Applied to Networking and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD`00), Champagne-Ardenne, France, May 18-20, 2000.
  73. M. Rawlins and L. Chung, "OO-edi or XML/EDI?: A Comparison Based on `Non-Functional' Requirements: Part I," Journal of Electronic Commerce, 12(2), May 1999. (A draft version in Word98)
  74. T. H. Kim, Y. T. Song, L. Chung and D. Huynh, "Software Architecture Analysis Using Dynamic Slicing," Proc. AoM/IAoM CS'99, Aug. 1999. 17(2), pp. 242-247.
  75. T. H. Kim, Y. T. Song, L. Chung and D. Huynh, "Dynamic Software Architecture Slicing," Proc. IEEE COMPSAC'99 Nov. 1999. pp. 61-66.
  76. Q. Tran and L. Chung, "Tool Support for Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements," Proc., IEEE ASSET'99, Dallas, TX, March 1999.
  77. L. Chung, D. Gross and E. Yu, "Architectural Design to Meet Stakeholder Requirements," Proc., The First Working IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA1), 22-24 February 1999, San Antonio, TX. pp. 545-564.
  78. M. Rawlins, and L. Chung, "Towards Better EDI: An Introduction to the Use of Non-Functional Requirements for Designing EDI Standards and Architectures," for X12 Strategic Implementation Task Group and UN EDI Standards Committe, Feb. 1999.
  79. J. Mylopoulos, L. Chung and E. Yu, "From Object-Oriented to Goal-Oriented Requirements Analysis," CACM, 42(1), January, 1999. pp. 31-37. An earlier version
  80. L. Chung, "Architecting Quality Using Quality Requirements," Proc., 1998 KUST, Oct. 22-24, Vienna, Virginia, 1998. A newer (on-going) version - "Architecting Quality: A Goal-Oriented, Knowledge-Based Approach,"
  81. L. Chung and E. Yu, "Achieving System-Wide Architectural Qualities ,"; OMG-DARPA-MCC Workshop on Compositional Software Architectures, Monterey, CA, January 6-8, 1998.
  82. L. Chung, B. A. Nixon and E. Yu, "Dealing with Change: An Approach Using Non-Functional Requirements ," Requirements Engineering Journal, 1(4), 1996. pp. 238—259. A draft version
  83. L. Chung, B. A. Nixon and E. Yu, "An Approach to Building Quality into Software Architecture ," IBM CASCON, CD-ROM, Oct. 1995.
  84. L. Chung, ``A Tool for Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements," Requirements engineering tools session, CASE`95,
  85. L. Chung and B. A. Nixon, "Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements: Three Experimental Studies of a Process-Oriented Approach,"; Proc., IEEE 17th International Conference on Software Engineering, Seattle, April 24-28, 1995., pp. 25-37. "A Longer Version ";
  86. L. Chung, B. Nixon and E. Yu, "Using Non-Functional Requirements to Systematically Select Among Alternatives in Architectural Design ,"; Proc., 1st International Workshop on Architectures for Software Systems, Seattle, April 24-28, 1995., pp. 31-43.
  87. L. Chung and B. Nixon and E. Yu, "Using Non-Functional Requirements to Systematically Support Change ,";Proc., IEEE 2nd International Symposium on Requirements Engineering, York, England, March 27-29, 1995., pp. 132-139.Viewgraph
  88. L. Chung, B. A. Nixon and E. Yu, "Using Quality Requirements to Systematically Develop Quality Software,"; Proc., 4th International Conference on Software Quality, McLean, VA, U.S.A. Oct. 3-5, 1994.
  89. L. Chung, B. Nixon and E. Yu, "Using Quality Requirements to Drive Software Development," Workshop on Research Issues in the Intersection Between Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence, Sorrento, Italy, May 16-17, 1994.
  90. L. Chung, "Dealing with Security Requirements During the Development of Information Systems,"; In Colette Rolland, Francois Bodart, Corine Cauvet (Eds.), Proc. CAiSE '93, 5th Int. Conf. Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Paris, France. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1993, pp. 234-251.
  91. L. Chung, P. Katalagarianos, M. Marakakis, M. Mertikas, J. Mylopoulos and Y. Vassilou, "From Information System Requirements to Designs: A Mapping Framework." In M. Jarke (Ed.), Database Application Engineering with DAIDA, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1993.
  92. J.Mylopoulos, L. Chung, and B. Nixon, "Representing and Using Non-Functional Requirements: A process-Oriented Approach";, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Special Issue on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning in Software Development, 18(6), June 1992, pp. 483-497.
  93. L. Chung, P. Katalagarianos, M. Marakakis, M. Mertikas, J. Mylopoulos and Y. Vassilou, "From Information System Requirements to Design: A Mapping Framework," Information Systems, 16(4), 1993, pp. 429-461.
  94. L. Chung, "Representation and Utilization of Non-Functional Requirements for Information System Design ,"; In R. Anderson, J. A. Bubenko, Jr. and A. Solvberg (Eds.), Proc. CAiSE '91, 3rd Int. Conf. on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Trondheim, Norway. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1991, pp. 5-30.
  95. Y. Vassiliou, M. Marakakis, P. Katalagrianos, L. Chung, M. Mertikas and J. Mylopoulos, "IRIS -- A Mapping Assistant for Generating Designs from Requirements." In B. Steinholtz, A. Solvberg, L. Bergman (Eds.), Proc. CAiSE '90, 2nd Nordic Conf. on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Stockholm, Sweden. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1990, pp. 307-338.
  96. L. Chung, D. Rios-Zertuche, B. Nixon and J. Mylopoulos, "Process Management and Assertion Enforcement for a Semantic Data Model." In J. W. Schmidt, S. Ceri and M. Missikof (Eds.), Advances in Database Technology -- EDBT '88, 1st Int. Conf. on Extending Database Technology, Venice, Italy, 1988 Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1988, pp. 469-487.
  97. B. Nixon, L. Chung, D. Lauzon, A. Borgida, J. Mylopoulos and M. Stanley, "Implementation of a Compiler for a Semantic Data Model: Experiences with Taxis." In U. Dayal and I. Traiger (Eds.), ACM SIGMOD '87, San Francisco, CA, May, 1987, SIGMOD Record, 16(3), Dec. 1987. pp. 118-131.
  98. L. Chung, "Representing and Using Non-Functional Requirements: A Process-Oriented Approach,", Ph.D. thesis, Univ. of Toronto, 1993.

In-Progress:

  1. M. Noguera, L. Chung, J. L. Garrido, M. V. Hurtado, and M. L. Rodriguez, “Ontology-driven Analysis of UML-Based Collaborative Processes using OWL-DL and CPN,” under revision.
  2. S. Supakkul and L. Chung, “A Use Case and Goal Driven Integration of FRs and NFRs,” Working Memo.
  3. L. Chung, K. Cooper and S. Courtney, "Developing High Assurance Systems: a COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering and Software Architecting Approach", Working Memo.
  4. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Adaptable User Interface Generation," under revision.
  5. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Adaptable Architecture Generation for Mobile Telepresence," Working Memo.
  6. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, "Tool Support for Adaptable Software Architecture Generation," Working Memo.
  7. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Adaptable Telepresence Diagnostic System Architecture Generation," Working Memo.
  8. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, "Adaptable Architecture Generation for Software Agents Used for Maintaining Embedded Systems," Working Memo.
  9. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, POMSAA, Working Memo.
  10. N. Subramanian and L. Chung, " Testable and Adaptable Architectures for Embedded Systems,", Working Memo.

Other publications:

1.      K. Cooper, C. Ramapur, and L. Chung, Component Aware Techniques (CAT) A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering and Software Architecting Approach (CARE/SA): Defining System Level Agents, Goals, Requirements, and Architecture (version 4), UTDCS-24-05, The University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Computer Science, 2005.

  1. L. Chung and K. Cooper, Extending OMG Standards to Support Modeling Agents, Goals, and Components. TR UTDCS-41-04, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2004.
  2. L. Chung, K. Cooper and S. Courtney, RUP Vision Document for the Home Appliance Control System: Defining Stakeholders, Goals and COTS Components, UTDCS-17-04, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2004.
  3. L. Chung, Towards Autonomic Computing Software Architectures: A Goal-Oriented Approach" ICTS-2003. Pasadena, CAL. August, 2003.
  4. L. Chung, K. Cooper and A. Yi, Architecting Adaptable Software Using COTS: An NFR Approach, TR UTDCS-19-03, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2003.
  5. L. Chung and K. Cooper, A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering (CARE) Process: Defining System Level Agents, Goals, Requirements, and Architecture, version 3, TR UTDCS-20-02, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2002.
  6. L. Chung and K. Cooper, A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering (CARE) Process: Defining System Level Agents, Goals and Requirements, version 2, TR UTDCS-11-02, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2002 TR UTDCS-11-02
  7. L. Chung and K. Cooper, A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering (CARE) Process: Defining System Level Agents, Goals and Requirements, TR UTDCS-23-01, Department of Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2001 TR UTDCS-23-01
  8. L. Chung and K. Cooper, A COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Technique, ICCBSS 2002 Poster Session.
  9. L. Chung, K. Cooper and D. T. Huynh, ``COTS-Aware Requirements Engineering Techniques," Proc., The 2001 Workshop on Embedded Software Technology (WEST'01).
  10. L. Chung and N. Subramanian, Testable and Adaptable Architectures for Embedded Systems, The University of Texas at Dallas, UTDCS-22-01, November 2001.
  11. E. Yu, L. Chung, N. Hodjati, D. Gross, T. Gray and S. Mankovski, Applying Non-Functional Requirements Analysis to an Existing Project - An Experience Report, Working Memo.
  12. With Daniel Gross, Niloo Hodjati and Eric Yu, ``Architectural Design to Meet Stakeholder Requirements," CASCON`98. Posters, Nov. 1998.
  13. J. Mylopoulos, R. Reiter, H. Levesque, Y. Lesperance, E. Yu, B. Nixon, L. Chung, ``Models and Tools for Supporting the Analysis and Redesign of Business Processes'', Tools & Posters Session, CASCON'95, Toronto, November 7--9, 1995.
  14. J. Mylopoulos, L. Chung, E. Yu and B. Nixon, Requirements Engineering 1993: Selected Papers. DKBS-TR-93-2, Dept. of Computer Science, Univ. of Toronto.
  15. L. Chung, M. Marakakis, M. Mertikas, John Mylopoulos, and Y. Vassiliou, ``Mapping Advanced Concepts: Mapping of Time and Assertions," Esprit Project 892 (DAIDA), Deliverable DES2.4, Institute of Computer Science -- FORTH, Heraklion, Greece, March 1989.

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