|First Call for Papers ISSRE 04 (France, Nov 04) Arnaud.Gotlieb@sanspub.irisa.fr (Arnaud Gotlieb) (2004-03-06)|
|From:||Arnaud Gotlieb <Arnaud.Gotlieb@sanspub.irisa.fr>|
|Date:||6 Mar 2004 14:02:38 -0500|
|Organization:||Irisa, Rennes (FR)|
|Posted-Date:||06 Mar 2004 14:02:38 EST|
Call for Papers, tutorials, presentations on industry best practices, workshops, student papers
IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM on SOFTWARE RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
November 2-5, 2004, Saint-Malo, FRANCE
This event includes: Technical paper tracks, Tutorials, Industry best practice presentations, Workshops, and more!
ISSRE focuses on the theory and practice of Software Reliability Engineering. The conference scope includes techniques and practices to
(1) verify and validate software,
(2) estimate and predict its dependability, and
(3) make it more tolerant/robust to faults.
Over the years, the conference has grown steadily attracting about 200
participants on a regular basis.
The conference is big enough to represent all the key topics in
software reliability engineering, but small enough to provide an
in-depth representation of theory or practice in these areas.
Industry participation has also increased over time, leading to a
healthy mixture of theory and practice. This year's theme is on the
use of model-driven software development and its implications on
ISSRE 2004 will be held in Rennes (Nov. 2) and Saint-Malo
(Nov. 3-5). Both towns are medieval cities. Saint-Malo is a corsair (a
corsair is a kind of official "pirate," hired by the king) city
located on the north coast of Brittany, close to the Mont Saint-Michel
and to Rennes.
Every street corner, every shore recalls the city's legendary past,
along the innumerable walks and seafront promenades. Close to
Saint-Malo, the Mont Saint-Michel is one of Brittany's best-known
Regular papers: April 18, 2004
Call for Tutorials: June 1, 2004
Call for Industry Practice: July 1, 2004
Call for Student Papers: July 10, 2004
Call for Fast Abstracts: July 10, 2004
Yves Le Traon, University of Rennes I; IRISA research institute, France
Lionel Briand, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University, Canada
Software Quality Engineering Lab (SQUALL)
Jeffrey Voas, Cigital, Inc., USA
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