CALL FOR PAPERS
As for previous editions, any topic in connection with software engineering &
systems engineering as well as any application area are eligible (information systems,
process management, EAI, transaction processing, e-services, Web-based systems, multimedia
systems, distributed systems, real-time systems, embedded systems, e-computing,...).
However, the following topics, in the context of distributed and collaborative
development, will be particularly appreciated:
- Systems engineering tools, techniques, and methods: requirements, analysis,
specification, testing, V&V,...
- Process engineering: evaluation, improvement, approaches, flexible processes, extreme
programming, co-design, concurrent engineering, workflow management, distributed
development, virtual teams, experience feedback, knowledge management...
- Project management: cost and delay estimation, indicators & dashboards, experience
feedback, risk management, value analysis, customer-contractor relationship
- Requirements & specification engineering: modeling, prototyping, simulation,
scenario-based analysis, goal-directed approaches, formal methods, multifaceted reasoning,
approaches based on natural language processing, V&V...
- Software & systems architecture: interoperability, urbanization, enterprise models
integration, information systems coupling and decoupling, EAI, evolution, non-functional
features, distribution constraints, agents, object-orientation, mobile and adaptive
- Reengineering: architecture, code, documentation, reconfiguration mechanisms...
- Components & reuse: frameworks, components, COTS, product lines, composition
mechanisms, customizing, distributed components, interoperability between frameworks,
metamodels, generative development, variant creation, generic programming, aspect
orientation, archiving & retrieval, distribution, reuse & Internet, testing in the
presence of third party components, validation, certification...
- Quality control & assurance: V&V, testing, metrics, reliability, assessing
non-functional characteristics (dependability, usability...), assessing customer
- Web-based software and systems engineering tools and methods (multimedia, XML...), or
conversely, software & systems engineering tools and methods for Web-based
applications and systems: architecture, design, testing, assessment (complexity,
reliability, integrity, maintainability, performances, quality, scalability...)
Papers submitted may concern industrial implementations or experiments, describe
significant results from ongoing projects, or deal with socioeconomic issues associated
with software & systems engineering.
Instructions to authors
The submission and selection of the proposed interventions will be conducted as follows:
- Submit, before July 1st 2003, a text of at least 2 pages, in English,
including the title of the paper, an extended abstract of at least 500 words, and
the address, phone and fax numbers as well as the email address of the authors. If already
available, a complete text (about 20,000 characters) would be welcome.
- The authors chosen will be notified as from September 1st, 2003
- Authors of accepted abstracts should provide, before October 6, 2003, a text
not exceeding 20,000 characters, figures included in the form of a diskette or a
file, in Word, attached to an electronic message. Final papers will be submitted to the
International Program Committee before publication in the Conference Proceedings available
during the event.
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