Draft Outline
USC-CSE Focused Workshop:
Groupware for Software Engineering
June 5-7, 1996

Organizers: Boehm and TBD

CSE Speakers: Balzer, Boehm, Bose, Horowitz, Scacchi, ISI Intelligent Interfaces/other?

Affiliate Speakers: Sun(TBD), IDE (Wasserman), Rational (Roycel), Motorola (Kohley?), Xerox (Suchman, Weiser?), MCC (Mettala), Loral (Geely, Payton), SEI (TBD).

Breakout Groups

Structure
2 1/2 days; similar to previous workshops


Preliminary Agenda

Wednesday, June 5

7:30 - 8:15     Continental Breakfast

8:15 - 11:30    USC Presentations and Discussion, including:
        Balzer - Model Management
        Boehm - Win Win Model of Collaboration
        Horowitz - Groupware Infrastructure Technology
        Rechtin - Concurrent Engineering and Systems Architecting
        Scacchi - Groupware for Business Process Reengineering

11:30 - 12:15   Lunch

12:15 - 3:30    Affiliate Presentations and Discussion, including:
        ARPA (Kirstie Bellman), Xerox PARC (TBD), Sun (TBD), IDE (Tony
Wasserman), MCC, SEI, Motorola, Loral, others.

3:30 - 4:00     Determination of Breakout Groups

4:00 - 5:30     Breakout Group Session

5:30 - 7:00     Reception

Thursday, June 6

7:30 - 8:15     Continental Breakfast

8:15 - 9:30     Plenary Presentations and Discussion

9:30 - 12:00    Breakout Groups

12:00 - 1:30    Lunch and Plenary Discussion

1:30 - TBD      Breakout Groups

Friday, June 7

7:30 - 8:00     Continental Breakfast

8:00 - 10:00    Breakout Group Presentations and Discussion

10:00 - 11:30   USC Response and Discussion

Candidate Breakout Groups

        The candidate breakout group topic areas are the same as the
challenge areas identified above:
        1.      Groupware technology base;
        2.      Models of collaboration and application domains;
        3.      People factors
Other breakout group areas can be suggested before and during the workshop.
For each selected area, the breakout group will discuss such topics as the
most critical issues in the area; the most promising opportunities; and
suggestions and priorities for USC-CSE and other research.  The group's end
product will be the summary briefing, including notes and priorities.  USC
graduate students will be available as breakout group scribes.