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Fred & JavaFrames

Introduction | Team | Publications | Timeline |

The Original FRED Project (1997-2000)

The Fred methodology and programming environment were originally developed in a joint research project between University of Tampere and University of Helsinki. The project was financially supported by Finnish National Technology Agency (TEKES) and several industrial partners: Dycom, ICL Data, Major Blue Company, Necsom, Nokia Telecommunications, Nokia Research Center, Novo Group, Profit, Stonesoft, Sun Microsystems, Sonera, TietoEnator, and Valmet Automation. Project members were Kai Koskimies and Jukka Paakki (project management and supervision), Markku Hakala, Juha Hautamäki, Jyrki Tuomi, Antti Viljamaa and Jukka Viljamaa.

Fred Experiences (2000)

The project concentrated on gathering real-life experiences of task-based framework specialization by applying Fred to a framework developed by Nokia. The project was carried out at Tampere University of Technology and funded by the National Technology Agency of Finland (TEKES) and Nokia Networks. Project members were Kai Koskimies (project manager), Markku Hakala and Juha Hautamäki.

JavaFrames (2001-2003)

The continuation project of Fred was launched to enhance the theory on architecture oriented programming as well as to further develop the Fred tool implementation. As a result, the pattern-based tool support was developed and integrated to the Eclipse environment. The project was carried out with the co-operation between Tampere University of Technology and University of Helsinki. The project was funded by the National Technology Agency of Finland (TEKES), Nokia Networks, Necsom, Sensor SC, and SysOpen. Project members were Kai Koskimies and Jukka Paakki (supervision), Markku Hakala (project manager), Imed Hammouda, Juha Hautamäki, Esa Heino, Miko Nieminen, Pekka Savolainen, Antti Viljamaa, and Jukka Viljamaa. The JavaFrames tool can be downloaded here.

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