This is the final call for papers. Submissions are due December 16,
in less than two weeks. The conference website listed below has
details about the electronic submission procedure.
CALL FOR PAPERS
ACM Symposium on Software Visualization
June 11-13, 2003, San Diego, USA
Collocated with FCRC'03
Sponsored by ACM SIGCHI, SIGGRAPH, SIGPLAN and SIGSOFT,
and in cooperation with ACM SIGCSE.
Software visualization encompasses the development and evaluation of
methods for graphically representing different aspects of software,
including its structure, its abstract and concrete execution, and its
evolution. The goal of this symposium is to provide a forum for
researchers from different backgrounds (HCI, software engineering,
programming languages, visualization, computer science education) to
discuss and present original research on software visualization.
SoftVis '03 is the first meeting in a planned series of biennial
conferences. Our objective is to make the SoftVis series the premier
venue for presenting all types of research on software visualization.
We seek theoretical as well as practical papers on applications,
techniques, tools and case studies. Topics of interest include, but
are not restricted to, the following:
- Visualization of algorithms, including numerical, geometric, genetic,
distributed and graph algorithms
- Program visualization
- Protocol and log visualization (security, trust)
- Visualization of parallel programs
- Visualization in software engineering, e.g. UML diagrams
- Visualization of the software development process
- Visualization of data and processes in applications
- Educational software in computer science, in particular visualization
of computational models
- Graph drawing algorithm for software visualization
- Visualization of data base schemes
- Visual debugging
- 3D software visualization
- Software visualization on the internet
- Program analyses and visualization
- Integration of software visualization tools and development environments
- Empirical evaluation of software visualization system effectiveness
Papers should represent original, unpublished results and will be rigorously
reviewed by the international Program Committee. Papers must be in standard
ACM 2-column format and cannot exceed 10 pages in total length. Authors
should prepare and electronically submit a PDF version of their paper.
Videos not exceeding 5 minutes in length can accompany a paper submission.
Papers are due December 16, 2002. Further details on precise submission
guidelines will be forthcoming on the symposium web page.
A set of tutorials will immediately precede the main conference. Tutorial
proposals of no more than 1 or 2 pages (for 90-minute or 3-hour tutorials)
should be submitted to the program chair by January 15, 2003. Include the
proposed title, brief description of material, intended audience, assumed
background of attendees, and the name, affiliation, contact information
(e-mail and phone), and brief biography of speaker(s). An electronic PDF
submission is preferred.
Paper submission: December 16, 2002.
Tutorial submission: January 15, 2003.
Notification of acceptance: January, 27, 2003.
Final papers due: March, 3, 2003
SoftVis '03 is affiliated with the ACM Federated Computing Research
Conference, a collection of symposia occurring June 7-14 in San Diego, CA.
For more details on registration, hotel and travel information, please see
the FCRC 2003 web pages http://www.acm.org/fcrc.
The SIGSOFT Conference Attendance Program for Students (CAPS) and the
SIGPLAN Professional Activities Committee (PAC) provide financial
support to students, enabling them to attend sponsored conferences.
Stephan Diehl, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany
John T. Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
Christopher D. Hundhausen, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, USA
Margaret Burnett, Oregon State University, USA
Wim De Pauw, IBM Research, USA
John Domingue, Open University, UK
Steve Eick, Visintuit, USA
Hideki Koike, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan
Eileen Kraemer, The University of Georgia, USA
Hans Hagen, University Kaiserslautern, Germany
John Hosking, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Malcolm Munro, University of Durham, UK
Petra Mutzel, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
David Notkin, University of Washington, USA
Tom Naps, University of Wisconsin-OshKosh, USA
Marian Petre, Open University, UK
Steve Reiss, Brown University, USA
Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria, Canada
Erkki Sutinen, University of Joensuu, Finland
Ayellet Tal, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Reinhard Wilhelm, University of Saarland, Germany
Andreas Zeller, University of Saarland, Germany
For more information and questions about the SoftVis'03 Symposium,
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