6th International Workshop on Software Knowledge
12 November 2015, Lisbon, Portugal
Hosted by IC3K'2015 – The 7th International Joint Conference on Knowledge
Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
On “Quality in software product lines, requirements traceability and
The 6th International Workshop on Software Knowledge - SKY’2015 organized in conjunction with the 7th IC3K’ 2015 presents the first SKY Challenge, with three tracks!
The deadlines for both challenge results and associated papers are different from the SKY 2015 regular papers. Please, see the timeline below.
• The first place of each track will be invited to present the results in the workshop. The registration will be free and the paper will be published in the workshop proceedings.
• The second place of each track will be invited to present the results in the workshop and the paper will be published in the workshop proceeding.
• The third place of each track will be included in the publication of the paper in the workshop proceedings.
Instructions for preparing the manuscript (in Word or Latex formats) are available at: ic3k Paper Templates. Please also check the Guidelines and Templates. The 2nd line of the Paper Title should be clearly marked as “SKY 2015 Challenge”.
The length of submissions will be between 4-8 pages. It is also recommended to make the resources of the submission (source code, datasets, figures, data, etc.) publicly available through a social coding network such as GitHub or Figshare. Papers should be submitted electronically via the web-based submission system at: http://www.insticc.org/Primoris
• Paper submission including challenge results: October 9, 2015
• Authors Notification of results: October 25, 2015
• Event: November 12, 2015:
This challenge is organized by:
• Dr. Anabel Fraga (firstname.lastname@example.org)
• Dr. Jose María Alvarez-Rodríguez (email@example.com) Evaluation Panel The evaluation panel of each track will be comprised of experts from the SKY 2015 program committee.
Members of the SKY Organization committee, the organizers of the SKY Challenge and members of the Evaluation Panel cannot participate in the SKY Challenge and therefore cannot receive the SKY Challenge Prizes.
Members of the SKY Program Committee, which are not excluded by the conditions in the previous paragraph, may participate in the SKY Challenge. They may be invited to present their result in the Workshop, and have their paper included in the SKY Proceedings, but cannot be awarded any monetary prize (in SKY'2015 Challenge such members will not get free registration - as part of the first place prize).
The organizers of the SKY Challenge reserve the right of deciding not to award any of the Challenge prizes, in any of the Challenge Tracks in a given year. There is no possibility to appeal concerning any decision of the SKY Challenge committee or its Evaluation panel.