Reminder: CFP : Soft Computing Applied to Software Engineering

Conor Ryan (conor.ryan@ul.ie)
Sat, 30 Jan 1999 18:39:16 +0100 (MET)

Apologies for any cross posts.....

>
> CALL FOR PAPERS
>
> Soft Computing Applied to Software Engineering
>
> Limerick, Ireland, April 12 - 14, 1999
>
> http://scare.csis.ul.ie/scase99
>
> The challenges of Software Engineering are still with us, despite more than
> twenty years of research effort. Soft Computing in its various forms offers
> promising methods for a wide variety of areas, from classical optimisation
> to poorly defined design problems. This workshop aims to explore the
> application of Soft Computing techniques to difficult problems in Software
> Engineering.
>
>
> The workshop will include:
> invited talks from Forest H. Bennet III, Peter Eades, James Boyle and others
> panel sessions
> research papers
> position papers
> system demonstrations
>
> Topics include, but are not limited to, the application of Soft Computing methods such as:
> evolutionary algorithms
> fuzzy logic
> neural networks
> simulated annealing
> and to Software Engineering problems such as:
> metrics driven design
> re-modularisation
> parallelisation
> software visualisation and documentation
> software cost estimation
> characterisation of design patterns and architectures
> clone detection
>
>
>
> Intending participants are requested to submit either a research paper (up
> to 5000 words), a position paper (about 1000 words), or a brief description
> of a system demonstration (about 1000 words plus sample screenshots).
> Submissions should be made in postscript by email to scase99@ul.ie, by
> January 30, 1999. Authors will be notified of acceptance by February 28,
> 1999, and camera-ready papers for the proceedings are due by March 12, 1999.
>
> A small amount of support may be available for student participants.
> Attendance will be limited to at most 30 participants, in order to encourage
> the free flow of ideas. There is no registration fee, but early registration
> is recommended to ensure a place. The proceedings (including all
> contributions) will be published by the University of Limerick, and a
> special issue of a journal is planned. The workshop will be held at the
> University of Limerick. Organising committee: Jim Buckley, Tony Cahill, JJ
> Collins, Peter Eades, Patrick Healy, Laur Ivan, Conor Ryan, and Alan
> Sheahan.
>
>
> Workshop on Soft Computing and Software Engineering
> Registration form
>
> Name: _______________________________________________________________
> Email address: ________________________________________________________
> Hard mail address: ______________________________________________________
>
> I would like to contribute:
> A position paper. Working title:____________________________________________
> A research paper. Working title:_____________________________________________
>
> Please let us know your interests in Soft Computing and/or Software Engineering, so that we can
> arrange appropriate panel sessions.
>
>

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