[Haskell] Cfp : ICSM 2005,
the 21st International Conference on Software Maintenance
icsm05 at ai.univ-paris8.fr
Tue Jan 4 04:44:48 EST 2005
Call for Papers and Presentations
IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance 2005, ICSM 2005, 25-30 September 2005, Budapest, Hungary
Sponsored by IEEE Technical Council on Software Engineering (TCSE), in cooperation with University of Szeged, Hungary
The 21st IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM 2005), with associated SCAM, STEP, VISSOFT, and WSE, will be held 25-30 September 2005 in Budapest, Hungary. We invite Research Papers, Industrial Applications, Panels, Tool Demonstrations, Dissertation Forum, and Tutorials.
The International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM) is the world's major international conference for software and systems maintenance, evolution, and management. For the 21st ICSM 2005 we invite you to join us in exploring issues related to maintaining, modifying, enhancing, and testing operational systems, and designing, building, testing, and evolving maintainable systems.
Please forward this Call to anybody who you think may be interested. Our apologies if you received multiple copies of this.
The submission deadline for Research Papers is 21 March 2005 and for all other presentations 30 April 2005.
The Conference URL is: http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/icsm2005. The submission URL is:
Research papers should describe original and significant work in the research and practice of software maintenance and evolution. Case studies, empirical research, and well-designed experiments are particularly welcome. Research papers must not exceed 10 pages in final printed form. Submit to http://www.rcost.unisannio.it/~icsm2005papers by 21 March 2005.
Proposals for presentations of Industrial Applications are particularly welcome, with an eye to sharing industrial problems, experiences and insights with the research community. These should be state-of-the-art descriptions, problem analyses, experience reports, and survey reports from real projects, industrial practices, solutions and models. A dedicated sub-committee of the Program Committee will review Industrial Application proposals. Accepted industrial application descriptions will be included in a volume of the conference Proceedings. Industrial applications must not exceed 10 pages in final printed form. Submit by email to icsm2005.industrial at inf.u-szeged.hu by 30 April 2005.
ICSM 2005 invites proposals for panel sessions that serve to stimulate discussion about ideas and issues of importance to the software maintenance community. We particularly welcome proposals for highly interactive panel sessions that encourage discussion and debate. A one-page summary of the panel will be included in the conference Proceedings. Submit a short description about the topic and the potential panelists by email to icsm2005.panels at inf.u-szeged.hu by 30 April 2005.
We invite proposals for both commercial and research tools. The goal of the tool demonstration session is to let conference participants view software maintenance tools in action and discuss these systems with their creators. A four-page presentation of each accepted tool will be included in a volume of the conference Proceedings. Submit a description of the tool and its applicability to software maintenance by email to icsm2005.tools at inf.u-szeged.hu by 30 April 2005.
We welcome submissions from researchers that defended their dissertation (Ph.D.) in the last three years (2002-2004) or will defend by the submission deadline. This forum is intended to expose the work of young researchers to established researchers and the broader software maintenance and evolution community.
Please submit a synopsis of your dissertation of 4 pages or less and the full dissertation in PDF. Each submission will be reviewed by at least two program committee members. Accepted synopses will be included in the conference proceedings and a special Dissertation Forum session will be organized at the conference. Submit by email to icsm2005.dissertation at inf.u-szeged.hu by 30 April 2005.
Tutorials should present software maintenance and evolution topics of interest to practitioners. Tutorials may be full day or half-day in length. If you have expertise on specific software evolution methods, techniques, or processes, submit a tutorial proposal to ICSM 2005. Your proposal should include learning objectives, a description of the target audience, intended duration (half day or full day), a content summary, and a brief (50 words max.) curriculum of the teachers. Tutorials will be selected based on relevance, quality, and ability to attract sufficient interest. Two-page descriptions of accepted Tutorials will be included in the Proceedings. Submit by email to icsm2005.tutorials at inf.u-szeged.hu by 30 April 2005.
ADDITIONAL SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS
Best papers will be invited for inclusion in a special issue of a major software engineering journal.
MEDIA AND STYLE
Submissions will be accepted only as Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat PDF, or PostScript electronic submission. All submissions must be in English.
The submission URL is: http://www.rcost.unisannio.it/~icsm2005papers.
Research Papers due: 21 March 2005.
Industrial Applications, Panels, Tool Demonstrations, Dissertation Forum, and Tutorials due 30 April 2005
Notification of authors: 30 May 2005
Camera-ready copy: 25 July 2005
FINAL FORMAT OF PAPERS AND MATERIALS FOR THE PROCEEDINGS
Accepted papers and other materials for the Proceedings must be revised to conform to IEEE style guidelines at http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm. An author kit will be available after acceptance notification. Revised accepted papers and materials must be received no later than 25 July 2005 for inclusion in the Proceedings.
For further information see http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/icsm2005.
Harry M. Sneed, ANECON GmbH, Vienna, Austria
(Harry.Sneed at t-online.de)
Tibor Gyimóthy, University of Szeged, Hungary
(gyimi at inf.u-szeged.hu)
Vaclav Rajlich, Wayne State University, USA (rajlich at cs.wayne.edu)
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