The Software Composition Group conducts research into tools, techniques and methods for constructing flexible software systems from components.

Currently funded projects and research collaborations

Current research activities

  • Big Software Data — analyzing software at the largest scale
  • Architectural Constraints — improve the specification and verification of architectural constraints
  • The "Moldable Debugger" — a framework for developing domain-specific debuggers
  • Contexts — Temporal, active and structural variability with context objects
  • DoodleDebug — simply visualizing Java objects
  • Moose — A platform for software and data analysis
  • SCodeBubbles — exploring CodeBubbles for Smalltalk
  • Softwarenaut — a visual, interactive architecture recovery tool
  • Pangea — infrastructure for statically analysing software corpora.

Completed research activities

Completed research projects

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