WUCOR Post workshop report now online!

The WUCOR Post workshop report has been published on the ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes archive (Volume 41 Issue 2, March 2016).


WUCOR Proceedings now online!

The proceedings of WUCOR have been published on CEUR Workshop Proceedings.


Thank you for attending WUCOR 2015!

The proceedings of WUCOR will be published in the next weeks.

Here there some pictures of WUCOR 2015.


Program UPDATED!

Please check the updated program of WUCOR


Room Information

WUCOR will be happening in the room YORK at the Delta Ottawa City Centre.

Breakfast and Lunch will be served iin the Ballrooms A and B


Invitation to WUCOR

If you will be attending MODELS 2015, we are pleased to invite you to WUCOR 2015. WUCOR is a free event only for all the attendees of MODELS 2015 registered to Full conference or Satellite Events. If you are not registered to Satellite Events, you will have to extend your registration fees to attend WUCOR.

How to register to WUCOR

If you are thinking of attending our workshop, please register to WUCOR by updating your MODELS registration. Your MODELS registration receipt contains within it a link to access and edit  your registration. The registration system works like Google Docs. As soon as you type, your changes are saved.  You can choose to attend WUCOR by means of the MODELS registration link.

Check the updated program of WUCOR


1st International Workshop on UML Consistency Rules

The Unified Modeling Language (UML), with its 14 different diagram types, is the de-facto standard modeling language for object-oriented software modeling and documentation. Since the various UML diagrams describe different views of one, and only one, software system under development, they strongly depend on each other in many ways. In other words, the UML diagrams describing a software system must be consistent. Inconsistencies between these diagrams may be a source of faults during software development and analysis. It is therefore paramount that these inconsistencies be detected, analyzed and – hopefully – fixed. The goal of this workshop is to gather community input and feedbacks on UML consistency rules.

This workshop will provide an opportunity for researchers who have been working in the area of UML consistency to interact with each other in a highly interactive venue to consolidate the body of knowledge on UML consistency rules and discuss ideas for further research in this area. The format of the workshop will be a mix of short formal presentations and working group discussions.