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ICPC 2009 : 17th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension

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Conference Series : International Conference on Program Comprehension
 
Link: http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu
 
When May 17, 2009 - May 19, 2009
Where Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Submission Deadline Jan 12, 2009
Categories    software engineering
 

Call For Papers

17th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension

ICPC 2009
17-19 May 2009 -- Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/

Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society
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DATES

January 12: Abstracts for Technical Papers
January 19: Technical Papers, Abstracts for Industrial Papers
January 30: Working Sessions, Posters and Tool Demos, Industrial Papers
March 6: Author Notification
March 13: Camera Ready Papers
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Program comprehension is a vital blend of software engineering
activities that supports reuse, inspection, maintenance,
evolution, migration, reverse engineering, and reengineering
of existing software systems. The International Conference
on Program Comprehension (ICPC) is the principal venue for
works in the area of program comprehension as well as a
leading venue for works in the areas of software analysis,
reverse engineering, software evolution, and software
visualization. ICPC 2009 promises to provide a quality forum
for researchers and practitioners from academia, industry,
and government to present and to discuss state-of-the-art
and best-practice results in the field of program comprehension.

ICPC 2009 will be co-located with the International
Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE'09) in Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada. As a city of approximately
2 million people, Vancouver offers a wide variety of
cultural attractions including the Vancouver Aquarium,
Gastown, Granville Island, and Science World, while
providing access to recreational activities like biking, sea
kayaking, scuba diving, and hiking.

We invite high-quality submissions to all conference tracks.
Submissions must be PDF files following the two-column
IEEE CS proceedings style. Please check the conference
web site for further information.

Please forward this call to anyone who might be interested.

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/
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TECHNICAL PAPERS

Technical papers must be original work and must not be
previously published in, currently submitted to, or currently
in consideration for any journal, book, conference,
or workshop. For an accepted paper to appear in the
proceedings, at least one author must attend the event and
present the work. A number of full technical paper
submissions may be accepted as short papers.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to,
the following:
* Cognitive theories for program comprehension, including
experiments and case studies
* Comprehension of specific types of software systems, such as
web-based systems, multi-language systems, legacy systems,
object-oriented frameworks, component-based software,
product line systems, and other large-scale systems
* Comprehension in the context of specific lifecycle
activities, such as maintenance, reengineering, migration,
security auditing, inspection before purchase, and testing
* Visualization in support of program comprehension

Page limit (full papers): 10
Page limit (short papers): 4
Due (abstracts): January 12, 2009
Due (papers): January 19, 2009

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/Call_for_Papers.html
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WORKING SESSIONS

The ICPC working sessions are forums for small groups of
people who are engaged in research in the same subfield. The
working sessions are meant to foster the exchange of ideas
and to advance the state of research through focused
interactions of the participants. The descriptions of the
accepted working sessions will be included in the conference
proceedings. The proposals should indicate a set of issues
to be discussed in the session and should indicate some
likely participants.

Page limit: 4
Due: January 30, 2009

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/Call_for_Papers.html
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POSTERS AND TOOL DEMONSTRATIONS

Posters describing preliminary research ideas will be
exhibited in a separate session to foster an informal
exchange between the exhibitors and the participants. Poster
submissions are not required to cover completed major
research results. A session for tool demonstrations will
cover both industry-strength tools and academic prototypes.
Accepted posters and tool demonstrations will be included in
the conference proceedings. The poster/tool proposals should
indicate the novelty of the approach and how the ideas will
be presented.

Page limit: 2
Due: January 30, 2009

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/Call_for_Papers.html
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INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE

Industrial papers must be original work and must not be
previously published in, currently submitted to, or currently
in consideration for any journal, book, conference, or
workshop. For an accepted paper to appear in the proceedings,
at least one author must attend the event and present the
work. Accepted papers will be published on the conference
web site and in the IEEE digital library.

The main goal of this track is to create a dialog between
academic researchers and practitioners. The goal is to have
representatives from industry who can give light to concrete,
practical problems in the area or share their experiences
in finding solutions to such problems. Topics of interest
include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Problems and challenges related to program comprehension
in practice
* Practical program comprehension needs
* Experiences with successful and unsuccessful industrial
applications of program comprehension
* Techniques, strategies, and tools used or needed
* Successful and sustainable business models using program
comprehension
* Methods to convey the benefits of program comprehension
techniques to management
* Packaging program comprehension techniques for particular
audiences or market program comprehension in multi-site
projects

Page limit (experience reports): 6
Page limit (position statements): 4
Due (abstracts): January 19, 2009
Due (papers): January 30, 2009

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/Call_for_Papers.html
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GENERAL CHAIR

Gerald C. Gannod
Miami University, USA
icpc2009@gmail.com

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Rainer Koschke
Universitat Bremen, Germany

Andrian Marcus
Wayne State University, USA

http://icpc.csi.muohio.edu/Committees.html

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