Discuss engineering work artefacts that have NOT been published before. The artefacts can range from an early research prototype to a polished product ready for deployment. Describe the experiences gained in developing this contribution. Each submission will be reviewed by members of the engineering track program committee.
Any empirical results or user feedback is welcome.
Please use the IEEE templates in preparing your manuscripts: Note that the submission length has a limit of six pages, in contrast to the two to four pages of traditional tool demo papers.
Special Issue A set of the best papers from SCAM will be invited to be considered for revision, extension, and publication in a special issue of Journal of Systems and Software. Important Dates Abstract Deadline: Submission will be reviewed by at least three members of the program committeejudging the paper on its novelty, quality, importance, evaluation, and scientific rigor.
Relate the engineering project to earlier work, if any. In order to preserve the anonymity of the reviewers, such material should be hosted on an anonymous public source e. The expectation is that authors use the space to discuss artefact motivation, design, and use cases in much more detail.
However, previous work involving the tool, but for which the tool was not the main contribution, are acceptable. The novelty of the research question is less important than the engineering challenges faced in the study.
July 9,AoE Aug 13,AoE If the paper is accepted, at least one author must attend the conference and present the paper. Videos and other demo material may be taken into account by reviewers as they review the paper.
SCAM also features an engineering paper track for papers that report on the design and implementation of tools for source code analysis and manipulation.
All submissions must be in English. Papers must not exceed 10 pages including all text, references, appendices and figures and must conform to the IEEE proceedings paper format guidelines and must be clearly marked as a research paper.
Contain the URL to a video demonstrating the usage of the contribution. Motivate the use cases and hence the existence of the engineering work.
However, such material will not become part of the permanent record of the conference, so the paper should be self contained.
June 8,AoE June 15,AoE A successful SCAM engineering track paper should: This track welcomes six-page papers that report on the design and implementation of tools for source code analysis and manipulation, as well as libraries, infrastructure, and the real world studies enabled by these advances.
For example, a use case would be well illustrated by a demo scenario with screenshots. Fall under the topics mentioned for the SCAM research track. All accepted engineering track papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
Authors of accepted papers will be required to present their artefacts at the conference. Papers about commercial products are allowed, as long as the guidelines described above are followed.
Submitted papers should describe original, unpublished, and significant work and must not have been previously accepted for publication nor be concurrently submitted for review in another journal, book, conference, or workshop.Working Papers The Institute's longstanding, peer-reviewed Working Paper Series provides a vehicle for Kellogg faculty fellows, visiting fellows, distinguished research affiliates, and guest scholars to rapidly disseminate their research.
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Working Papers have not undergone formal review and approval. Such papers are included in this series to elicit feedback and to encourage debate on important public policy challenges.
Welcome to SCAM'18! SCAM will be held in Madrid, Spain co-located with ICSME The aim of the International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis & Manipulation (SCAM) is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on theory, techniques and applications which concern analysis and/or manipulation of the source code of computer systems.
The HKS Faculty Research Working Papers Series is intended to complement and highlight these other important research outlets. To visit these Center/Program sites, visit: HKS Center/Program Publications.
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