Call for Workshop Papers
For the workshop, we are soliciting papers that target issues such as described at Aims and topics.
Submitted paper should be of one of the following kinds:
- Tool-related papers present an (academic) tool and discuss how the tool was built. The paper should address issues such as the tool’s architecture, important design decisions and their impact on functional requirements and quality attributes, and lesson’s learned that are of interest to other tool builders. These tool-related papers — and their associated tools — are eligible for publication in the EST special issue.
We deliberately do not put any restrictions on the kinds of tools that can be submitted: the tools can be early prototypes, may have been around for years, or may have recently undergone a drastic re-implementation. Nevertheless we do have a particular interest in experimental research tools (as opposed to commercial tools). For more mature, established tools we ask the authors to emphasize in particular the impact the tool has had on the community.
- Position papers state a novel position or vision on issues related to tool building. Importantly, such a paper should serve as a foundation for interesting discussions at the workshop. In spite of our focus on experimental research tools, we explicitly solicit position papers from software industrials as well.
Since the EST special issue will focus on tool-related papers only, these position papers will not be eligible for the special issue.
In case you have any questions regarding the submission process or the suitability of a tool or paper please do not hesitate to contact the workshop organizers.
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