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IEEE Software Theme Issue 2017 : IEEE Software - Theme Issue on Crowdsourcing for Software Engineering

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Link: https://www.computer.org/web/computingnow/swcfp2
 
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Submission Deadline Aug 1, 2016
Categories    crowdsourcing   software engineering
 

Call For Papers

Crowdsourcing is increasingly revolutionizing the ways in which software is engineered. Developers increasingly crowdsource answering their questions through Q&A sites such as StackOverflow. Nonprogrammers can contribute human-intelligence to development projects, by, for example, usability testing software or even playing games with a purpose to implicitly construct formal specifications. Crowdfunding helps to democratize decisions about what software to build. Software engineering researchers can even benefit from new opportunities to evaluate their work with real developers by recruiting developers from the crowd. This IEEE Software theme issue on Crowdsourcing for Software Engineering solicits experience reports, research studies and papers on tools and techniques that use crowdsourcing to solve software engineering problems, or demonstrate how crowdsourcing can enrich software engineers’ work practice.

Manuscripts must not exceed 4,700 words including figures and tables, which count for 250 words each. Submissions over these limits may be rejected without refereeing. Articles deemed within the theme and scope will be peer reviewed and subject to editing for magazine style, clarity, organization, and space. Submissions should include the special issue’s name.

Articles should be novel, have a practical orientation, and be written in a style accessible to practitioners. Overly complex, purely research-oriented, or theoretical treatments aren’t appropriate. IEEE Software doesn’t republish material published previously in other venues.

To submit an article: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sw-cs (Please select “SI:crowdsourcing4SE” as submission type).

For submission details: software@computer.org

For general author guidelines: https://www.computer.org/web/peer-review/magazines

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