ACSW 2009

Extended Program

The Conference Handbook is now available online. Attendees will be provided with print copies at the registration desk.

NB! Please see normal Program for the plenary sessions outside of Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as well as additional organisational and heads meetings.

Monday, January 19th, 2009

Time Angus Room (60) ICON(180) Rangimarie Room #1 (140) Rangimarie Room #2 (80) Rangimarie Room #3 (40) Soundings Theatre (344)
16:00 - 17:30 Registration (Oceania Room)
17:30 - 18:00 Assemble for Powhiri in the Oceania Room
18:00 - 19:00 Powhiri (No Late Arrivals Allowed)
19:00 - 20:00 Welcome Reception (Oceania Room)

Day 1: Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

Time Angus Room (60) ICON (180) Rangimarie Room #1 (140) Rangimarie Room #2 (80) Rangimarie Room #3 (40) Soundings Theatre (344)
09:00 - 10:00 Registration and Morning Tea (Oceania Room)
10:00 - 10:30 Welcome Session: ACSW 2009 opened by Hon. Dr. Wayne Mapp, Minister for Research Science and Technology (Soundings Theatre)
10:30 - 12:00 Keynote Address by Mark Guzdial (Soundings Theatre)
12:00 - 12:30 CORE Awards (Soundings Theatre)
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch (Oceania Room)
13:30 - 14:00 Free ACE: Tony Koppi, Judy Sheard, Fazel Naghdy, Joe Chicharo, Sylvia Edwards and David Wilson. What our ICT graduates need from us: A perspective from the workplace._ ADC Invited Talk by Heng Tao Shen. Large-scale Video Sequence Indexing: Impacts, Ideas and Trends. AISC: Huseyin Hisil and Kenneth Koon-Ho Wong and Gary Carter and Ed Dawson. _Faster Group Operations on Elliptic Curves. (BEST PAPER) AUIC: Vipul Delwadia, Stuart Marshall and Ian Welch. Experiments in Remote Mobile Gaming. ACSC: Asad Pirzada, Ryan Wishart, Marius Portmann and Jadwiga Indulska. ALARM: An Adaptive Load-Aware Routing Metric for Hybrid Wireless Mesh Networks.
14:00 - 14:30 Free ACE: Annemieke Craig. Intervention Programmes to recruit Female Computing Students:Why do Programme Champions do it? ADC Invited Talk (continued). AISC: M. Choudary Gorantla and Colin Boyd and Juan Manuel Gonz\`alez Nieto. Strong Designated Verifier Signature in a Multi-user Setting. AUIC: Raymond Lister and Ilona Box. A Citation Analysis of the AUIC 2006-08 Proceedings, with Reference to the CORE Conference and Journal Rankings. ACSC: Malith Jayasinghe, Zahir Tari and Panlop Zeephongsekul. The Impact of Quanta on the Performance of Multi-level Time Sharing Policy under Heavy-tailed Workloads.
14:30 - 15:00 Free ACE: Janet Rountree and Nathan Rountree. Issues Regarding Threshold Concepts in Computer Science. ADC: Jesus Bobadilla and Francisco Serradilla. The Incidence of Sparsity on Collaborative Filtering Metrics. AISC: Muhammad Reza Z'aba, Haavard Raddum, Leonie Simpson, Ed Dawson, Matt Henricksen, Kenneth Wong. Algebraic Analysis of LEX. AUIC: Thuong Hoang, Shane Porter and Bruce Thomas. Augmenting Image Plane AR 3D Interactions for Wearable Computers. ACSC: Saurabh Kumar Garg, Rajkumar Buyya and H. J. Siegel. Scheduling Parallel Applications on Utility Grids: Time and Cost Trade-off Management. (BEST PAPER)
15:00 - 15:30 Free ACE: Debra Haley, Pete Thomas, Marian Petre and Anne de Roeck. Human Fallibility: How Well Do Human Markers Agree. ADC: Jayson Speer, Markus Kirchberg, Faizal Riaz-ud-Din and Klaus-Dieter Schewe. Solving the Golden Transaction Problem for ARIES-based Multi-level Recovery. AISC: Routo Terada and Eduardo T. Ueda. A new version of the RC6 algorithm, stronger against $\chi^2$ cryptanalysis. AUIC: Aaron Stafford, Bruce Thomas and Wayne Piekarski. Comparison of Techniques for Mixed-Space Collaborative Navigation. ACSC Invited Talk by Raymond Lister and Ilona Box. A Citation Analysis of the ACSC 2006 %u2013 2008 Proceedings, with Reference to the CORE Conference and Journal Rankings.
15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon Tea (Oceania Room)
16:00 - 16:30 CATS: Ching-Lueh Chang and Yuh-Dauh Lyuu. Spreading of messages in random graphs. (student) ACE: Simon. Ten Years of the Australasian Computing Education Conference. ADC: Irena Mlynkova. On Inference of XML Schema with the Knowledge of an Obsolete One. AISC Invited Talk by Clark Thomborson. Foundation for Systems Security. AUIC: Paul Schmieder, Beryl Plimmer and Gill Dobbie. Sketching ER diagrams. Free
16:30 - 17:00 CATS: Mehdi Karimi and Arvind Gupta. Minimum Cost Homomorphism to Oriented Cycles with Some Loops. (student) ACE: Raymond Lister and Ilona Box. A citation analysis of the ACE2005 - 2007 proceedings, with reference to the June 2007 CORE conference and journal rankings. ADC: Stephan Hagemann and Gottfried Vossen. ActiveTags: Making tags more useful anywhere on the Web. AISC Invited Talk (continued). AUIC: Minoru Nakayama and Makoto Katsukura. Assessing Usability for Input Operation using Frequency Components of Eye-movements. Free
17:00 - 17:30 CATS: Wataru Matsubara, Shunsuke Inenaga and Ayumi Shinohara. Testing Square-Freeness of Strings Compressed by Balanced Straight Line Program. (student) ACE: Shuhaida Mohamed Shuhidan, Margaret Hamilton and Daryl D'Souza. A Study of Novice Programmer Responses in Summative Assessment. ADC: Bela Stantic and Prapassara Pupunwiwat. Unified Q-ary Tree for RFID Tag Anti-Collision Resolution. AISC: Volker Fusenig, Eugen Staab, Uli Sorger, Thomas Engel. Slotted Packet Counting Attacks on Anonymity Protocols. AUIC: James Kim and Christof Lutteroth. Multi-Platform Document-Oriented GUIs. Free
17:30 - 18:00 Free ACE: Angela Carbone, Ian Mitchell, Dick Gunstone and A. John Hurst. A model of internal factors influencing student learning of programming. ADC: Raymond Lister and Ilona Box. A Citation Analysis of the ADC 2006 %u2013 2008 Proceedings, with Reference to the CORE Conference and Journal Rankings. AISC: Baptiste Alcalde, Eric Dubois, Sjouke Mauw, Nicolas Mayer, Sasa Radomirovic. Towards a Decision Model Based on Trust and Security Risk Management. AUIC: Christian Jones and Callum Munro. Using Machinima to Promote Computer Science Study. Free

Day 2: Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Time Angus Room (60) ICON (180) Rangimarie Room #1 (140) Rangimarie Room #2 (80) Rangimarie Room #3 (40) Soundings Theatre (344)
09:00 - 09:30 CATS: Adam Day. On Process Complexity. (student, BEST PAPER) ACE: Michael Hitchens and Raymond Lister. A Focus Group Study of Student Attitudes to Lectures. ADC: Edward Stanley, Pavle Mogin and Peter Andreae. S.E.A.L. %u2013 A Query Language for Entity-Association Queries. AISC: Gilbert Notoatmodjo, Clark Thomborson. Passwords and Perceptions. AUSGRID: Paul Martinaitis and Andrew Wendelborn. Stream-Components: Component based Stream computation on the Grid. ACSC: Min Li, Hua Wang and Ashley Plank. Privacy-aware Access Control with Generalization Boundaries.
09:30 - 10:00 CATS: Ukachukwu Ndukwu and J.W. Sanders. Reasoning about a distributed probabilistic system. (student) ACE: Jan Lönnberg, Anders Berglund and Lauri Malmi. How Students Develop Concurrent Programs._ ADC: Sri Devi Ravana and Alistair Moffat. _Score Aggregation Techniques in Retrieval Experimentation. (BEST PAPER) AISC: Yu-Cheng Tu, Clark Thomborson. Preliminary Security Specification for New Zealand's igovt System. AUSGRID: Jefferson Tan, David Abramson and Colin Enticott. Optimizing Tunneled Grid Connectivity across Firewalls. ACSC: Xiaoxun Sun, Hua Wang and Jiuyong Li. Microdata Protection Through Approximate Microaggregation.
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea (Oceania Room)
10:30 - 12:00 Keynote Address by Ian Foster (Soundings Theatre)
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch (Oceania Room)
13:30 - 14:00 CATS: Toshimasa Ishii and Kazuhisa Makino. Augmenting Edge-Connectivity between Vertex Subsets. ACE: Paul Denny, Andrew Luxton-Reilly and Beth Simon. Quality of student contributed questions using PeerWise. ADC Invited Talk by Dimitrios Georgakopoulos. Engineering Agile Systems. AISC: Masato Arai and Hidehiko Tanaka. Proposal for Effective Information Flow Control Model for Sharing and Protecting Sensitive Information. AUSGRID: Christopher Dabrowski and Fern Hunt. Using Markov Chain Analysis to Study Dynamic Behaviour in Large-Scale Grid Systems. ACSC: Maciej Wojnar and Peter Andreae. HOPPER: a hierarchical planning agent for unpredictable domains.
14:00 - 14:30 CATS: Abusayeed Saifullah and Alper Ungor. A Simple Algorithm For Triconnectivity of a Multigraph._ ACE: Colin Fidge and Donna Teague. _Losing their Marbles: Syntax-Free Programming for Assessing Problem-Solving Skills. (BEST PAPER) ADC Invited Talk (continued). AISC: Vicky Liu, Luis Franco, William Caelli, Lauren May and Tony Sahama. Open and Trusted Information Systems/Health Informatics Access Control (OTHIS/HIAC). AUSGRID: Ke Liu, Jinjun Chen, Hai Jin and Yun Yang. A Min-Min Average Algorithm for Scheduling Transaction-Intensive Grid Workflows. ACSC: Armita zarnegar, Peter Vamplew and Andrew Stranieri. Inference of Gene Expression Networks Using Memetic Gene Expression Programming.
14:30 - 15:00 CATS: Koji Nakazawa and Makoto Tatsuta. Type Checking and Inference for Polymorphic and Existential types. ACE Panel by Clare Atkins, Scott Diener and Nauman Saeed. Second Life. ADC: Ondrej Danko and Tomas Skopal. Elliptic Indexing of Multidimensional Databases. AISC: Visham Ramsurrun and K. M. S. Soyjaudah. The Stateful Cluster Security Gateway (CSG) Architecture for Robust Switched Linux Cluster Security. AUSGRID: Arno Leist and Ken Hawick. A Small-World Network Model for Distributed Storage of Semantic Metadata. APCCM Invited Talk by Roland Hausser. Modeling Natural Language Communication in Database Semantics.
15:00 - 15:30 CATS: Mark Utting, Petra Malik and Ian Toyn. Transformation Rules for Z. ACE Panel (continued). ADC: Ryan Choi and Raymond Wong. Efficient XQuery Join Processing in Publish/Subscribe Systems. AISC Business Meeting. AUSGRID: Jeremy Cohen, Uli Harder, Fernando Martinez Ortuno, Colin Richardson and John Darlington. Node-level Architecture Design and Simulation of the MAGOG Grid Middleware. APCCM Invited Talk (continued).
15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon Tea (Oceania Room)
16:00 - 16:30 CATS: Vlad Estivill-Castro and Mahdi Parsa. Computing Nash equilibria gets harder: New results show hardness even for Parameterized Complexity._ ACE: Invited Talk by Margot Phillipps and Leon Sterling. A Perspective on the International Olympiad in Informatics for CS educators. ADC: Annika Hinze, Yann Michel and Lisa Eschner. Event-based communication for location-based service collaboration. APCCM: Martin Nečaský. _Reverse Engineering of XML Schemas to Conceptual Diagrams. (BEST PAPER) AUSGRID: Timothy Lynar, Ric Herbert, William Chivers and Simon. A Grid Resource Allocation Mechanism for Heterogeneous E-waste Computers. ACSC: Chris Lokan and Emilia Mendes. Using Chronological Splitting to Compare Cross- and Single-company Effort Models: Further Investigation.
16:30 - 17:00 CATS: Hideaki Fukuhara and Eiji Takimoto. Lower bounds on quantum query complexity for read-once decision trees with parity nodes. ACE Invited Talk (continued). ADC: Van Tran, Raymond Wong, William K. Cheung and J Liu. Mobile Information Exchange and Integration: From Query to Application Layer. APCCM: Gunnar Thies and Gottfried Vossen. Modelling Web-Oriented Architectures. AUSGRID: Pham Hai Nam and Yong Teo. An Approach to Vickrey-based Resource Allocation in the Presence of Monopolistic Sellers. ACSC: Lin Liu. Verification of the SIP Transaction Using Coloured Petri Nets.
17:00 - 17:30 CATS: Nutan Limaye, Meena Mahajan and Prajakta Nimbhorkar. Longest Paths in Planar DAGs in Unambiguous Logspace. (student) ACE: Katrina Falkner and David Munro. Easing the Transition: A Collaborative Learning Approach. Free APCCM: Andreas Schäfer and Mathias John. Conceptional Modeling and Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Processes in Biomolecular Systems. AUSGRID Invited Talk by Ashley Buckle. Impact of Grid Computing in Structural Biology. Free
17:30 - 18:00 Free ACE: Cary Laxer, Mats Daniels, Åsa Cajander and Michael Wollowski. Evolution of an International Collaborative Student Project. (BEST PAPER) Free APCCM: Kerstin Altmanninger and Gabriele Kotsis. Towards Accurate Conflict Detection in a VCS for Model Artifacts: A Comparison of Two Semantically Enhanced Approaches. AUSGRID Plenary Discussion. Free

Day 3: Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Time Angus Room (60) ICON (180) Rangimarie Room #1 (140) Rangimarie Room #2 (80) Rangimarie Room #3 (40) Soundings Theatre (344)
09:00 - 09:30 CATS: Jing Cao and Albert Nymeyer. Formal Model of a Protocol Converter. (student) ACE: Ewan Tempero. Experiences in Teaching Quality Attribute Scenarios._ ADC: Daisy Daiqin He, Michael Compton, Jian Yang and Kerry Taylor. _Access Control: What is Required in Business Collaboration? (BEST PAPER) APCCM: Bernhard Thalheim, Klaus-Dieter Schewe, and Hui Ma. Conceptual Application Domain Modelling. Free ACSC: Ping Liang, John Roddick, Aaron Ceglar, Anna Shillabeer and Denise de Vries. Discovering Itemset Interactions.
09:30 - 10:00 CATS: Kevin Henshall, Peter Schachte, Harald Sondergaard and Leigh Whiting. Boolean Affine Approximation with Binary Decision Diagrams. ACE: Donna Teague. A People-First Approach to Programming. ADC: Stefan Böttcher and Rita Hartel. CSC: Supporting Queries on Compressed Cached XML. APCCM: Bernd Neumayr, Katharina Grün, and Michael Schrefl. Multi-Level Domain Modeling with M-Objects and M-Relationships. Free ACSC: Rowena Chau, Ah Chung Tsoi, Markus Hagenbuchner and Vincent Lee. A ConceptLink Graph for Text Structure Mining.
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea (Oceania Room)
10:30 - 12:00 Keynote Address by Ronald Fagin (Soundings Theatre)
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch (Oceania Room)
13:30 - 14:00 CATS: Andras Farago. Structural Properties of Random Graph Models. ACE: Michael de Raadt, Richard Watson and Mark Toleman. Teaching and Assessing Programming Strategies Explicitly. ADC: Vincent W. L. Tam and John Shepherd. Information retrieval in structured domain. APCCM Invited Talk by Yasushi Kiyoki and Xing Chen. A Semantic Associative Computation Method for Automatic Decorative-Multimedia Creation with "Kansei" Information. HIKM: Anthony Maeder. Assessing Viewing Pattern Consistency in Mammogram Readers. ACSC: Alex Holkner and James Harland. Evaluating the dynamic behaviour of Python applications.
14:00 - 14:30 CATS: Kira Vyatkina. Linear Axis for Planar Straight Line Graphs. ACE: Simon, Mike Lopez, Ken Sutton and Tony Clear. Surely We Must Learn to Read before We Learn to Write! ADC: Xue Li. Ranking-Constrained Keyword Sequence Extraction from Web Documents. APCCM Invited Talk (continued). HIKM: Anthony Quinn, Andrew Stranieri, John L. Yearwood, Gaudenz Hafen. A classification algorithm that derives weighted sum scores for insight into disease. ACSC: Hendrik Gani and Caspar Ryan. Improving the Transparency of Proxy Injection in Java.
14:30 - 15:00 CATS: David Pearce, Gary Haggard and Gordon Royle. Edge-Selection Heuristics for Computing Tutte Polynomials ACE Invited Talk by Jacqueline Whalley and Raymond Lister. The BRACElet 2009.1 (Wellington) Specification. ADC: Md Enamul Kabir and Hua Wang. Conditional Purpose Based Access Control Model for Privacy Protection. APCCM: Thomas Kühne. Contrasting Classification with Generalisation. HIKM: A. Nguyen, J. Dowling, A. Maeder, P. Nguyen, E. Brunton. Characterizing Image Properties for Digital Mammograms. ACSC: Khalid Aljasser and Peter Schachte. ParaAJ: toward Reusable and Maintainable Aspect Oriented Programs.
15:00 - 15:30 CATS: Sumit Ganguly. Distributing Frequency-Dependent Data Stream Computations ACE Invited Talk (continued). Free APCCM: Stephen McIlvenna, Marlon Dumas, and Moe Thandar Wynn. Synthesis of Orchestrators from Service Choreographies. HIKM: Vicky Liu, William Caelli, Lauren May and Tony Sahama. Privacy and Security in Open and Trusted Health Information Systems. ACSC: Peter Nguyen, Katrina Falkner, Henry Detmold and David Munro. A Domain Specific Language for Execution Profiling & Regulation.
15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon Tea (Oceania Room)
16:00 - 16:30 CATS Business Meeting SIGCSE Meeting (ACE) Free APCCM: Evan D. Morrison, Alex Menzies, George Koliadis, and Aditya K. Ghose. Business Process Integration: Method and Analysis. HIKM: Muzaffar Malik, Haroon Khan, Chris Paton. Understanding and overcoming barriers to implementation of an Electronic Health Record system in Pakistan: a case study of a developing country. ACSC: Nikolas Askitis. Fast and Compact Hash Tables for Integer Keys.
16:30 - 17:00 CATS Business Meeting (continued) SIGCSE Meeting (ACE, continued) Free APCCM: Philipp Liegl. Conceptual Business Document Modeling using UN/CEFACT's Core Components. HIKM: John Knight, Margaret Patrickson, Bruce Gurd. GP attitudes towards using HI Systems in their professional role. Free
17:00 - 17:30 Free Free Free APCCM: Shahrul Azman Noah, Lailatulqadri Zakaria, and Arifah Che Alhadi. Extracting and Modeling the Semantic Information Content of Web Documents to Support Semantic Document Retrieval. HIKM Invited Talk by Alan Hesketh (Ministry of Health Deputy Director-General for the Information Directorate). Making 12,000 Healthcare Organisations Interoperate, and Other Challenges. Free
17:30 - 18:00 Free Free Free APCCM: Ryo Hasegawa, Motohiro Kitamura, Haruhiko Kaiya, and Motoshi Saeki. Extracting Conceptual Graphs from Japanese Documents for Software Requirements Modeling. HIKM Invited Talk (continued). Free
19:00 - 22:00 Conference Dinner

Day 4: Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Time Angus Room (60) ICON (180) Rangimarie Room #1 (140) Rangimarie Room #2 (80) Rangimarie Room #3 (40) Soundings Theatre (344)
09:00 - 10:30 Trans-Tasman Computing Curriculum (Soundings Theatre)
10:30 - 11:00 Large Morning Tea (Oceania Room)
11:00 - 12:30 Keynote Address by Andy Hopper (Soundings Theatre), NZCS Public Lecture
12:30 - 13:30 ACSW2009 Ends at 12:30pm
13:30 - 17:00 ACE Post-Conference Workshop: BRACElet (Rangimarie Room #1)
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