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2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

ACM/IEEE SYMPOSIUM ON SOFTWARE VISUALIZATION (SOFTVIS'10)
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SOFTVIS is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI, SIGGRAPH, SIGPLAN and SIGSOFT,
and in cooperation with ACM SIGCSE and IEEE CS/VGTC (pending).

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, October 25-26, 2010
http://www.softvis.org/softvis10

SOFTVIS'10 is part of IEEE VisWeek'10 and shares
a single registration, see http://vis.computer.org/VisWeek2010


IMPORTANT DATES:
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Papers Due            : April 30, 2010
Notification          : June 30, 2010
Posters/Tool Demos Due: July 14, 2010
Symposium             : October 25-26, 2010


SCOPE:
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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 ACM Symposium on Software Visualization (SOFTVIS), now at
its fifth edition, is the premiere forum for researchers from different
backgrounds (HCI, software engineering, programming languages,
visualization, and computer science education) to present original
research on software visualization.

We seek theoretical as well as practical papers on applications,
techniques, tools, case studies, and empirical studies. Topics of
interest include, but are not limited to:

- Visualization of algorithms
- Program visualization
- Visualization in software engineering, e.g. UML diagrams
- Visualization of parallel programs
- Visualization-based software in computer science and software
   engineering education
- Visualization of workflow and business processes
- Integration of software visualization tools and development
   environments
- Visualization of data and processes in applications
- Visualization of web services
- Visualization of software evolution
- Visualization of the software development process
- Visualization of data base schemes
- Protocol and log visualization (security, trust)
- Source code visualization
- Graph drawing algorithms for software visualization
- Visual debugging
- Program analyses and visualization
- 3D software visualization
- Software visualization on the internet
- Empirical evaluation of software visualization


SUBMISSIONS:
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Papers are solicited that present original, unpublished research
results and will be rigorously reviewed by an international program
committee. Authors should prepare and electronically submit their
papers (up to 10 pages in standard ACM 2-column format,
http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates)
according to the instructions on the symposium website:
http://www.softvis.org/softvis10.
The submission of a video (up to 5 minutes in length) to accompany
the paper is encouraged.

Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings and the ACM
Digital Library. Selected papers will be invited to submit an extended
version to a special issue on Software Visualization in the Information
Visualization journal (http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ivs/). As in
the previous SOFTVIS editions we will award a best paper.

In addition to technical papers, we are also inviting poster and tool
demo submissions. Posters and tool demos offer the opportunity to
present new ideas and work in progress during an interactive session.
Authors should prepare and submit poster and tool demo abstracts of up
to 2 pages in in standard ACM 2-column format. Accepted abstracts will
be included in the conference proceedings.


ORGANIZATION:
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General Chair:
Alexandru Telea, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Program Co-chairs:
Carsten Görg, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Steven Reiss, Brown University, USA

Poster Chair:
Craig Anslow, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
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Margaret Burnett, Oregon State University, USA
Rob DeLine, Microsoft Research, USA
Arie van Deursen, Delft University / CWI, Netherlands
Stephan Diehl, University of Trier, Germany
Holger Eichelberger, University  of Hildesheim, Germany
Harald Gall, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Danny Holten, University of Eindhoven, Netherlands
John Hosking, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Christopher Hundhausen, Washington State University, USA
Andreas Kerren, Växjö University, Sweden
Stephen Kobourov, University of Arizona, USA
Rainer Koschke, University of Bremen, Germany
Eileen Kraemer, University of Georgia, USA
Michele Lanza, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Kwan-Liu Ma, University of California at Davis, USA
Jonathan I. Maletic, Kent State University, USA
Nick Mitchell, IBM Research, USA
Tom Naps, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, USA
Thomas Panas, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, USA
Wim De Pauw, IBM Research, USA
Helen Purchase, University of Glasgow, UK
Susan Rodger, Duke University, USA
Jorma Sajaniemi, University of Joensuu, Finland
John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Lucian Voinea, Solidsource, Netherlands
Chris Weaver, University of Oklahoma, USA
Thomas Zimmermann, Microsoft Research, USA

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