[Haskell] Extended Deadline - ACM SAC'06: Software Verification
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Software Verification Track
ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
April 23-27, 2006, Dijon, France
***PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 15, 2005****
1. SAC 2006
For the last twenty years, the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
has been a primary gathering forum for applied computer scientists,
computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers
from around the world. SAC 2006 is sponsored by the ACM Special
Interest Group on Applied Computing, and is hosted this year by
Bourgogne University, Dijon, France.
2. Technical track on software verification
In the next decade the software industry will have to face its
responsibility imposed by a computer-dependent society. Since
software is increasing deployed in safety critical applications,
correctness and reliability are becoming issues of utmost importance.
Consequently, software verification will be a grand challenge for
both academic world and computer industry.
The track will focus on theoretical foundations, practical methods
as well as case studies for verification of conventional and embedded
software. We welcome papers that describe work on combinations of
formal verification and program analysis techniques. Tool papers and
case studies which report on advances in verifying large software
systems are particularly sought. The list of topics includes but not
. Tools, and case studies for large scale software verification
. Static analysis/Abstract interpretation for verification
. Model checking and deductive techniques for software verification
. Role of declarative programming languages (such as Prolog) for
infinite state software verification.
. Proof techniques for verifying specific classes of software
. Integration of testing and run-time monitoring with formal
. Validation of UML diagrams, and/or requirement specifications
. Software certification and proof carrying code
. Integration of formal verification into software development
3. Guidelines for paper submission
Each paper must not exceed 4,000 words and should not be more than 15
pages long using 11 point font and 1 inch margins on all four sides on
letter size paper. Papers that fail to comply with length limitations
risk rejection. Each submitted paper will be fully referenced and
undergo a blind review process. Author(s) must not be identified in the
submissions, either explicitly or by implication.
Before submitting paper, author(s) should submit a separate cover page
that includes title, abstract, list of keywords, and list of authors with
full names and postal addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, and
e-mail addresses. One of the authors must be designated as the primary
contact person. Please upload the cover page via
A confirmation email with further instructions on paper submission will
be sent to the contact author. Please contact track chairs or Jeff Allen
(jallen at cs.iupui.edu) for any problems with submission.
Authors of accepted papers must submit an editorial revision of their
papers that must fit within five two-column pages following the ACM
proceedings format (an extra three extra pages may be available at
additional cost to the authors). At least one of the authors of an accepted
paper must register for the conference and present the paper. Accepted
papers will be published in the ACM SAC 2006 proceedings.
4. Important dates
. Electronic submission of full papers: September 15, 2005
. Notification of paper acceptance: October 15, 2005
. Camera-ready copy of accepted paper due: November 5, 2005
5. Program Committee
. Franjo Ivancic, NEC Labs America, Inc, U.S.A.
. Radu Grosu, SUNY-Stony Brook, U.S.A.
. Francesco Logozzo, Ecole Polytechnique, France
. Lunjin Lu(Co-Chair), Oakland University, U.S.A.
. Madhusudan Parthasarathy, UIUC, U.S.A.
. Robby, Kansas State University, U.S.A.
. Abhik Roychoudhury, National Univ. Singapore
. Fausto Spoto, Univ. di Verona, Italy
. Frank Stomp, Wayne State University ,U.S.A.
. Zijiang Yang(Co-Chair), Western Michigan University, U.S.A.
. Tian Zhao, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, U.S.A
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