Call for Papers (NASAC English Track)

Theme for NASAC 2016: Software Engineering and Methodology for Emerging Domains

Real-world applications in emerging domains bring new challenges to software design, development, testing, deployment and maintenance. The emerging domains include, but not limited to, cyber-physical or embedded systems, low-carbon or energy-aware computing, mobile or wearable computing, and end-user programming. The research topics include all aspects of software engineering (e.g., requirements engineering, software methodologies, software analytics, software testing and evolution, empirical studies, etc.) for developing applications in these domains concerning either functional or non-functional properties.

This track calls for high-quality submissions that address significant and novel advances for the above topics. The submissions must have not been previously published or considered for publication elsewhere. Each submission should follow the Springer LNCS format with a restriction of no more than 15 pages, including everything (title, abstract, text, figures, tables, references and appendixes). Each submission will receive at least two high-quality reviews from our PCs. Each accepted submission must be registered by at least one author and presented at NASAC 2016. Accepted submissions will be published in Springer/CCIS (Communications in Computer and Information Science).


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