Theme: "Combining Techniques and Experiments"
CALL FOR PAPERS (deadline passed)
This workshop will gather together practitioners and researchers from academia, industry, and government to review the current state of the art and explore solutions to the program comprehension problem.
The focus of the workshop is to explore the opportunities of both techniques and experiments to further improve program understanding: evaluating existing techniques by experiments and exploiting experimental results to revise existing or to develop new techniques.
Papers related, but not limited, to the following topics are invited:
Papers should be original work, limited to 10 proceedings pages, at most 6000 words. Papers must not have been previously published nor have been submitted to, or be in consideration for, any journal, book, or conference.
The workshop proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Authors are expected to present the accepted paper at the workshop.
We also invite proposals for working sessions (90 minutes each) on any of the topic areas mentioned above. Working sessions are designed around a specific theme and should be more interactive than a panel session.
Co-location with ICSE 2000 and its workshops provides a unique opportunity to meet new colleagues and exchange ideas.
Papers: December 20, 1999
Working Session Proposals: January 20, 2000
Notification of Acceptance: February 11, 2000
Camera-ready papers: March 25, 2000