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ICSSP 2014 : International Conference on Software and Systems Process

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Conference Series : International Conference on Software and Systems Process
 
Link: http://www.icsp-conferences.org/icssp2014/index.html
 
When May 26, 2014 - May 28, 2014
Where Nanjing, China
Submission Deadline Jan 16, 2014
Categories    software engineering
 

Call For Papers

Modern software systems consist of a complex mix of products and services, some are decades old, and some are merely emerging. They may easily suffer from symptoms of aging and need to be continuously adapted to cope with changing requirements and environments. The sources of such changes may be new customers, intense competition, changing organizational structures and regulatory frameworks, changing interacting systems, bug fixing, software degradation and erosion, emerging opportunities and risks in the business environment, as well as emerging software technologies and platforms. In order to overcome or avoid the negative effects of software aging, we have to place change and evolution in the center of the software development and maintenance processes. The latest trends of developing and maintaining emerging and evolving software systems also leads to new opportunities and challenges regarding the development processes, including, but not limited to, process evolution, scalability, and process verification and validation.

The ICSSP conference, continuing the success of the ICSP conference series, has become an established premier event in the field of software and systems engineering process. It provides a leading forum for the exchange of research outcomes and industrial best-practices in process development from software and systems disciplines. ICSSP 2014 aims at investigating novel solutions to today's process challenges, and invites papers describing completed research, advanced work-in-progress, or experiences in all areas of software and systems process as well as processes in other domains, including (but not limited to):

Development processes for emerging and evolving software platforms and systems
Processes for developing adaptive systems and re-engineering legacy systems
Agile/Lean processes in (software) systems development
Disciplined/Rich development processes and process models
Process issues in developing adaptive and evolving software systems
Processes in non-software domains (e.g., business, health care, manufacturing, transportation, etc.) with a demonstrated relationship to software process challenges
Continuous process improvement in diverse areas and context
Distributed/Global development and large-scale processes
Processes for COTS and OSS development
Process modeling, simulation and analysis
Process/Project management and assessment
Process metrics and tools
Cost estimation and project planning
Processes for cutting-edge software technologies, including (but not limited to) ubiquitous computing, cloud computing, multi-core technologies, and cellular technologies
Empirical studies and experience reports, encompassing complete or parts of software and systems development lifecycle

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