.:. Type of Papers

ECSA 2007 seeks four types of contributions:

  • Full research papers (max. 16 pages in LNCS style) which describe novel contributions to software architecture research (submissions should cover work that has a sound scientific/technological basis and has been validated). They should clearly support claims of novelty with citations to the relevant literature. In addition to publishing their full papers in the conference proceedings, authors will present their work in the paper sessions.
  • Experience papers (max. 16 pages in LNCS style) which describe significant experiences related to software architecture practice (submissions should present case studies or real-life experiences of benefit to practitioners and researchers). They should clearly draw lessons learned. In addition to publishing their full papers in the conference proceedings, authors will present their work in the paper sessions.
  • Emerging research papers (max. 8 pages in LNCS style) which present promising preliminary results from work-in-progress in a topic of software architecture research (submissions should cover work that has a sound basis, but perhaps has not been validated in full). In addition to publishing their short papers in the conference proceedings, authors will present their work in the form of a poster during dedicated time slots throughout the conference.
  • Research challenge papers (max. 4 pages in LNCS style) which present significant research challenges in theory or practice of software architecture (submissions should clearly present the research questions and their rationale). In addition to publishing their position papers in the conference proceedings, authors will present their work in interactive discussion sessions.
All submitted papers will undergo a rigorous peer review process. Papers will be selected based on originality, quality, soundness and relevance. All contributions must be original, not published, accepted or submitted for publication elsewhere

 
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