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IWPSE 2011 : International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution

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Conference Series : International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution
 
Link: http://pleiad.cl/iwpse-evol/dates.html
 
When Sep 5, 2011 - Sep 6, 2011
Where Szeged, Hungary
Abstract Registration Due May 12, 2011
Submission Deadline May 15, 2011
Notification Due Jul 1, 2011
Categories    software engineering   software evolution   model evolution
 

Call For Papers

IWPSE-EVOL’2011 invites high-quality papers presenting experiments, surveys, approaches, techniques and tools related to the evolution of software systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Application areas: distributed, embedded, real-time, ultra large scale, and self-adaptive systems, web services, mobile computing, information systems, systems of systems, etc.

Paradigms: support and barriers to evolution in aspect-oriented, agile, component-based, and model-driven software development, service-oriented architectures,etc.

Technical aspects: co-evolution and inconsistency management, impact analysis and change propagation, dynamic reconfiguration and updating; architectures, tools, languages and notations for supporting evolution, etc.

Managerial aspects: effort and cost estimation, risk analysis, software quality, productivity, process support, training, awareness, etc.

Empirical studies related to software evolution.

Mining software repositories approaches and techniques supporting software evolution.

Industrial experience on successes and failures related to software evolution.

Interdisciplinary approaches: adaptation of evolutionary concepts and measures from other disciplines (biology, geology, etc.) to software evolution.

Theories and models to explain and understand software evolution.

Submission types
Four types of submissions are possible: short position and tool papers (up to 5 pages) and long research and industrial papers (up to 10 pages).

Position papers may present wild and speculative ideas, and will be judged on the potential to generate interesting discussions at the workshop. Tool papers may describe tools developed in academia or industry. The workshop will include one or more sessions for tool demos.

Research papers should describe innovative research, while industrial papers may describe the application or adaptation of known solutions to industrial case studies, and reflect on lessons learnt.

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