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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   ASE 2001 3rd Call for Papers
From:   Jerry Gannod
Email:   gannod_(on)_hockeytown.eas.asu.edu
Date received:   14 Jun 2001
Deadline:   22 Jun 2001
Start date:   26 Nov 2001

Automated Software Engineering 2001 16th IEEE International Conference November 26-29, 2001 San Diego, USA Call For Papers Abstracts due: June 22, 2001; Papers due: June 29, 2001 Latest information: http://ase.informatik.uni-essen.de The IEEE International Conference on Automated Software Engineering brings together researchers and practitioners to share ideas on the foundations, techniques, tools, and applications of automated software engineering technology. Both automatic systems and systems that support and cooperate with people are within the scope of the conference, as are models of software and software engineering activities. ASE'2001 encourages contributions describing basic research, novel applications, and experience relevant to automating software engineering activities. Solicited topics include, but are not limited to: Automated reasoning techniques Automated software specification Automated software design and synthesis Category and Graph - theoretic approaches Computer-supported cooperative work Domain modeling and meta-modeling Human computer interaction Knowledge acquisition Maintenance and evolution Modeling language semantics Ontologies and methodologies Process and workflow management Program understanding Re-engineering Reflection- and Metadata approaches Requirements engineering Reuse Software architectures Testing Tutoring, help, documentation systems Verification and validation Research in these areas and other more general areas (such as Computer-Human Interaction and Artificial Intelligence) with a clear focus on software engineering will be considered within the conference scope. The ASE on-line Bibliography serves as a reference for potential contributors: http://www.cs.vassar.edu/facu lty/welty/ase/ The IEEE International Conference on Automated Software Engineering was formerly known as the Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Conference. In conjunction with the name change, in 1997 the conference expanded to encourage worldwide participation and to reach other scientific communities concerned with formal methods, partial evaluation, process support, human-computer interface support, requirements engineering, reverse engineering, testing, and verification & validation, while still including an active AI and Knowledge Based component. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, by IEEE Computer Society Press. In addition, authors of a selection of papers from the conference will be invited to revise and re-submit their papers for consideration for a special issue of the Journal of Automated Software Engineering (Kluwer). ASE'2001 will also include invited talks, tutorials, panel discussions, a doctoral symposium, and project demonstrations, for which separate calls for participation will be issued. Papers should not exceed 6000 words, with full-page figures counting as 300 words. Papers exceeding the length restriction will not be reviewed. Papers will be reviewed by at least three programme committee members. All papers, especially application papers and experience reports, should clearly identify their novel contributions. See the conference website for detailed guidelines. All papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format, on or before June 29th, 2001. Information regarding electronic submission can be found at http://ase.informatik.uni-essen.de . In addition, a single hardcopy should be mailed to Martin Feather at the address below; it serves as a backup should printing problems occur, and it may arrive later than the electronic submission date. To expedite the review process, each paper's title, authors, abstract, keywords, and contact author's email address should be submitted by June 22nd, 2001. General Chair Debra Richardson Information and Computer Science University of California, Irvine CA 92697-3425, USA Tel: +1 949 824-7405 djr_(on)_ics.uci.edu Programme Co-Chair Martin S. Feather Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology MS 125-233 4800 Oak Grove Drive Pasadena CA 91109-8099, USA Tel: +1 818 354 1194 Martin.S.Feather@ Jpl.Nasa.Gov Programme Co-Chair Michael Goedicke Dept of Math & Computing Univ of Essen D-45117 Essen, Germany Tel: +49 201 8100330 goedicke_(on)_informatik.uni-essen.de< /a> Programme Committee Perry Alexander, USA Daniel Berry, Canada Yves Deville, Belgium Tom Ellman, USA Wolfgang Emmerich, UK Steve Fickas, USA Bernd Fischer, USA Pierre Flener, Sweden Alfonso Fuggetta, Italy Gerald Gannod, USA Joseph Goguen, USA Cordell Green, USA Ian Green, UK John Grundy, New Zealand Robert Hall, USA Mehdi Harandi, USA Mats Heimdahl, USA Scott Henninger, USA Andrew Ireland, UK Bernd Kraemer, Germany Jeff Kramer, UK Kung-Kiu Lau, UK Baudouin Le Charlier, Belgium Yves Ledru, France Mike Lowry, USA Tom Maibaum, UK Brad Martin, USA Ali Mili, USA Bashar Nuseibeh, UK Colin O'Halloran, UK Charles Pecheur, USA John Penix, USA Klaus Pohl, Germany David Redmiles, USA Arthur Reyes, USA Julian Richardson, UK Spencer Rugaber, USA Houari Sahraoui, Canada Akiyoshi Sato, Japan Andy Schuerr, Germany Frank Shipman, USA Doug Smith, USA Kurt Stirewalt, USA Gabi Taentzer, Germany Enn Tyugu, Sweden Jeff van Baalen, USA Willem Visser, USA Richard Waldinger, USA Virginie Wiels, France Chris Welty, USA David Wile, USA

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