CSP'2016 - International Track on Collaborative Software Processes
@ 25th IEEE WETICE 2016 Conference, June 13-16, 2016, Paris, France
- Papers submission: Extended (hard) deadline : February 25, 2016
- Notification to authors: March 28, 2016
- Camera ready papers: April 11, 2016
Building complex and trustworthy software systems in the shortest time-to-market remains the challenging objective that competitive companies are facing constantly, and mastering the development process is a key issue towards this objective. Companies and software developers need to be able to formalize their development processes in order to analyze them, to enact them, and to assess them for quality measurement and efficiency improvement. In the context of complex software and systems development, there are many actors involved in the development who use different tools and heterogeneous modeling languages. So we can say that resulting processes are highly collaborative and must be described and enacted as such.
Most published papers propose innovative technical and human approaches to expand collaboration support, often backed up by theory brought from various disciplines including, management science, design science, cognitive sciences and social sciences. The track CSP’2016 mainly seeks papers with theory, models, design principles, methodologies, and case studies that contribute to better understand the complex interrelations between collaboration and technology for software and systems development processes. Considering the heterogeneity of research in collaboration and technology, researchers may address the validation of their work through multiple approaches including laboratory experiments, fieldwork, analytic evaluations, case studies, prototyping, and empirical tests.
The aim of this track is to gather researchers and industrial practitioners working in the field of Collaborative Process Support for Software Development. It will provide an opportunity for the community to exchange ideas and to present emerging new technologies and understanding in the field.
Topics of Interest
papers presenting mature research results or work-in-progress in all areas of
Collaborative Software Process Development, including but not limited to:
Complementary aspects of Collaboration
- Yassine Jamoussi (ENSI, RIADI, Tunisia)
- Bernard Coulette (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
- Chihab Hanachi (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
- Hanh Nhi Tran (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
We are seeking papers
of up to 6 pages, double column, including figures, tables and
references, conform to the IEEE manuscript template
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