Hazeline Asuncion

Associate Professor
Computing and Software Systems
University of Washington, Bothell
hazeline 'at' u 'dot' washington 'dot' edu

Peer-reviewed Conferences

C18. Delmar B. Davis, Jonathan Featherston, Munehiro Fukuda, Hazeline U. Asuncion. Data Provenance for Multi-Agent Models, In International Conference on eScience (eScience), to appear.

C17. Jason Woodring, Matthew Sell, Munehiro Fukuda, Hazeline Asuncion, Eric Salathe. A Multi-Agent Parallel Approach to Analyzing Large Climate Data Sets, In International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), June 2017.

C16. Michael Stiber, Fumitaka Kawasaki, Delmar Davis, Hazeline Asuncion, Jewel Lee, Destiny Boyer. BrainGrid+Workbench: High-Performance/High-Quality Neural Simulation, In International Joint Conference in Neural Networks (IJCNN), May 2017.

C15. Yongjie Zheng, Cuong Cu, Hazeline Asuncion. Mapping Features to Source Code through Product Line Architecture: Traceability and Conformance, In International Conference on Software Architecture (ICSA), April 2017.

C14. Subha Vasudevan, William Pfeffer, Delmar Davis, Hazeline Asuncion. Improving Data Provenance Reconstruction via a Multi-Level Funneling Approach, In the 12th International Conference on eScience (eScience), October 2016.

C13. Brett Yasutake, Niko Simonson, Jason Woodring, Nathan Duncan, William Pfeffer, Hazeline U. Asuncion, Munehiro Fukuda, Eric Salathe, Supporting Provenance in Climate Science Research, In the Seventh International Conference on Information, Process, and Knowledge Management (eKNOW), February 2015, Best Paper Award.

C12. Mohammed Daubal, Nathan Duncan, Delmar B. Davis, Hazeline U. Asuncion, Tracing Domain Data Concepts in Layered Applications, In the 26th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), July 2014.

C11. Namita Dave, Delmar B. Davis, Karen Potts, Hazeline U. Asuncion, Uncovering File Relationships using Association Mining and Topic Modeling, In the Sixth International Conference on Information, Process, and Knowledge Management (eKNOW), March 2014.

C10. Hazeline U. Asuncion, Macneil Shonle, Robert Porter, Karen Potts, Nathan Duncan, William Joseph Matthies Jr., Using Change Entries to Collect Software Project Information, In the 25th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), June 2013.

C9. Delmar B. Davis, Hazeline U. Asuncion, Ghaleb M. Abdulla, and Christopher W. Carr., Towards Recovering Provenance with Experiment Explorer, In the Fifth International Conference on Information, Process, and Knowledge Management (eKNOW), February 2013.

C8. Hazeline U. Asuncion, Robin L. Angotti, and Kelvin Sung. Work in Progress: Sustainable Projects for Software Engineering Courses, In Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), October 2012.

C7. Hazeline U. Asuncion and Richard N. Taylor. A Holistic Approach to Software Traceability. In 24th Int'l Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), July 2012.

C6. Hazeline U. Asuncion. SourceTrac: Tracing Data Sources within Spreadsheets. In 4th International Provenance and Annotation Workshop (IPAW), June 2012.

C5. Hazeline U. Asuncion. In Situ Data Provenance Capture in Spreadsheets. In 7th International Conference on e-Science, December 2011.

C4. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. Presenting Software License Conflicts through Argumentation. In 23rd International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), July 2011.

C3. Hazeline U. Asuncion, Arthur U. Asuncion, and Richard N. Taylor. Software Traceability with Topic Modeling . In 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), May 2010, Acceptance Rate: 13.7%. (see preprint)

C2. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. Intellectual Property Rights Requirements for Heterogeneously-Licensed Systems. In 17th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE '09), September 2009, Acceptance Rate: 21%.

C1. Hazeline Asuncion, Frederic Francois, Richard N. Taylor. An End-To-End Industrial Software Traceability Tool. In Proc. of the Sixth Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE). Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 2007, Acceptance Rate: 16.7%.


Book Chapters

B3. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. The challenge of heterogeneously licensed systems in open architecture software ecosystems. In Software Ecosystems: Analyzing and Managing Business Networks in the Software Industry, Slinger Jansen, Michael Cusumano, and Sjaak Brinkkemper, editors, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013.

B2. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. Software Licenses, Open Source Components, and Open Architectures. In Aligning Enterprise, System, and Software Architectures. IGI Global, 2012.

B1. Hazeline U. Asuncion and Richard N. Taylor. Capturing Custom Links across Heterogeneous Artifacts, In Software and Systems Traceability, Springer-Verlag. 2012.


Journals

J3. Namita Dave, Karen Potts, Vu Dinh, Hazeline U. Asuncion. Combining Association Mining with Topic Modeling to Discover More File Relationships, International Journal On Advances in Software, December 2014.

J2. Hazeline U. Asuncion. Automated Data Provenance Capture in Spreadsheets, with Case Studies, Future Generation Computer Systems, 2013.

J1. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Walt Scacchi, and Hazeline U. Asuncion. Software Licenses in Context: The Challenge of Heterogeneously-Licensed Systems, Journal Association Information Systems, 11(11), 730-755, November 2010.


Peer-reviewed Workshops

W9. Qi Zhang, Jonathan Mason, Morteza Chini, Karen Potts, Nathan Duncan, Hazeline U. Asuncion. WIP: Provenance Support for Interdisciplinary Research on the North Creek Wetlands. 1st International Workshop on Interoperable Infrastructures for Interdisciplinary Big Data Sciences, in conjuction with e-Science Conference, September 2015.

W8. Ailifan Aierken, Delmar B. Davis, Qi Zhang, Kriti Gupta, Alex Wong, Hazeline U. Asuncion. A Multi-Level Funneling Approach to Data Provenance Reconstruction. e-Science Workshop of Works in Progress, October 2014. (see preprint)

W7. Delmar B. Davis, Hazeline U. Asuncion, Ghaleb Abdulla. Experiment Explorer: Lightweight Provenance Search over Metadata. USENIX Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance (TaPP), June 2012.

W6. Hazeline U. Asuncion, David Socha, Kelvin Sung, Scott Berfield, and Wanda Gregory. Serious Game Development as an Iterative User-Centered Agile Software Project, In 1st International Workshop on Games and Software Engineering (GAS), May 2011.

W5. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. The Role of Software Licenses in Open Architecture Ecosystems. In First International Workshop on Software Ecosystems (IWSECO), 2009.

W4. Hazeline Asuncion and Richard N. Taylor. Capturing Custom Link Semantics among Heterogeneous Artifacts and Tools. In 5th Int'l Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering. Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2009.

W3. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. Analyzing Software Licenses in Open Architecture Software Systems. In Second International Workshop on Emerging Trends in FLOSS Research and Development (FLOSS). Vancouver, British Columbia, May 2009.

W2. Hazeline Asuncion. Towards Practical Software Traceability. In ICSE Companion '08: Companion of the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering. Leipzig, Germany, May 2008, Acceptance Rate: 25%.

W1. Eric Dashofy, Hazel Asuncion, Scott Hendrickson, Girish Suryanarayana, John Georgas, Richard Taylor. ArchStudio 4: An Architecture-Based Meta-Modeling Environment. Companion to the Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Software Engineering. Minneapolis, MN, May 2007.


Other publications

O5. Subha Vasudevan, William Pfeffer, Delmar Davis, Hazeline Asuncion. Optimized Provenance Reconstruction using Genetic Algorithm, In Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2016 (poster).

O4. Hazeline U. Asuncion, In Situ Data Provenance Capture in Spreadsheets. UWB CSS Tech Report# UWBCSS- 11-01, August 2011.

O3. Hazeline U. Asuncion and Richard N. Taylor , Architecture-centric Traceability for Stakeholders: Technical Foundations, University of California, Irvine, Tech report#UCI-ISR-11-2, May 2011.

O2. Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi. Software Licenses, Open Source Components, and Open Architectures. Sixth Acquisition Research Symposium. Monterey, CA, May 2009.

O1. Hazeline Asuncion, Richard N. Taylor. Establishing the Connection between Software Traceability and Data Provenance. Institute for Software Research, University of California, Irvine, Technical Report UCI-ISR-07-9, November 2007.