A Community for Configurability Open Research and Development (ACCORD)

This collaborative planning proposal brings together researchers from Iowa State University and the University of Central Florida to lay the groundwork for a collective research collaborative, A Community for Configurability Open Research and Development (ACCORD), that will help to centralize research on configurability and to create shared approaches, tools and solutions.

Accord Overview

National Science Foundation Logo   CCRI: 2234908 and 2234909

Myra B. CohenIowa State UniversityISU logo
Paul GazzilloUniversity of Central FloridaUCF logo

Recent Activities:

1.May 2024Myra Cohen gave a talk as part of the Better Scientific Software Webinar Series (https://bssw.io/events/webinar-getting-it-right-system-testing-of-scientific-software/) on May 15th.
2.March 2024We held an online mini-workshop on March 26th
3.Jan 2023:Myra Cohen gives talk on ACCORD at TU Denmark
 Feb 2023:Myra Cohen gives a talk on ACCORD at Dagstuhl Seminar #23082
4.June 2023Myra Cohen gives a talk on the future of software testing at University of Central Florida

Related Publications:

1.P. Gazzillo, and M. B. Cohen, Bringing Together Configuration Research: Towards a Common Ground, In Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on New Ideas, New Paradigms, and Reflections on Programming and Software (Onward! 2022). pp. 259–269. https://doi.org/10.1145/3563835.3568737.