[Publicity] First Call for Papers: SYMBOLIC COMPUTATION IN SOFTWARE SCIENCE
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First Call for Papers
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Special issue of the
JOURNAL OF SYMBOLIC COMPUTATION
on
SYMBOLIC COMPUTATION IN SOFTWARE SCIENCE
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http://www.risc.jku.at/~tkutsia/organization/jsc-scss-2016.html
IMPORTANT DATES
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Abstract submission: June 27, 2016
Paper submission: July 11, 2016
Notification: October 17, 2016
Publication: 2017
SCOPE
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Symbolic Computation is the science of computing with symbolic objects (terms, formulae, programs,
representations of algebraic objects etc.). Powerful symbolic algorithms and methods have been
developed during the past decades like computer algebra, theorem proving, automated reasoning,
software verification, model checking, rewriting, formalization of mathematics, Groebner bases,
characteristic sets, telescoping for recurrence relations, cylindric algebraic decomposition and
other quantifier elimination techniques, etc.
The purpose of this special issue is to promote research on theoretical and practical aspects of
symbolic computation in software science. The special issue is related to the topics of the
International Symposium on Symbolic Computation in Software Science: SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016. It
will be published by Elsevier within the Journal of Symbolic Computation.
Participants of the SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 symposia, as well as other authors are invited to submit
contributions.
EXAMPLES of TOPICS
-------------------
This special issue solicits papers on all aspects of symbolic computation and their applications in
software sciences. The topics include, but are not limited to the following:
- automated reasoning
- algorithm (program) synthesis and/or verification
- formal methods for the analysis of network and system security
- termination analysis and complexity analysis of algorithms (programs)
- extraction of specifications from algorithms (programs)
- related theorem proving methods and techniques
- proof carrying code
- generation of inductive assertion for algorithm (programs)
- algorithm (program) transformations
- formalization and computerization of knowledge (maths, medicine, economy, etc.)
- component-based programming
- computational origami
- query languages (in particular for XML documents)
- semantic web and cloud computing
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
---------------------
This special issue welcomes original high-quality contributions that have been neither published in
nor simultaneously submitted to any journals or refereed conferences. Submissions will be
peer-reviewed using the standard refereeing procedure of the Journal of Symbolic Computation.
Authors of papers presented at the SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 symposia are welcome and encouraged to
submit extended and revised versions of their papers. Furthermore, submissions of papers that are in
the scope of SCSS, but did not appear in SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 are welcome as well.
Submitted papers must be in English and include a well written introduction explicitly addressing
the following questions in succinct and informal manner:
- What is the problem?
- Why is the problem important?
- What has been done so far on the problem?
- What is the main contribution of the paper on the problem?
- Why is the contribution original? (Clarification: The results, already appeared in the conference
paper, will be still counted as an original result for JSC refereeing process.)
- Why is the contribution non-trivial?
- How is the journal paper different from the conference paper? (For submissions originated from
the papers presented at the symposium.)
The submissions should be complete (since there is no rigid page limit):
- All the related works and issues must be completely and carefully discussed.
- All the previous relevant JSC papers must be properly cited and discussed.
- All the theorem must be rigorously proved (no sketch allowed).
- All the important definitions/theorems/algorithms must be illustrated by well chosen examples.
Submissions originated from the papers presented at the symposium should address all the feedback
from the symposium's referee process and Q/A.
SUBMISSION
--------------------
Please prepare your submission in LaTeX using the JSC document format from
http://www4.ncsu.edu/~hong/jsc.htm
(link to the submission template: http://www4.ncsu.edu/~hong/jsc/JSC_LaTex_2007_Mar_12.zip.)
Submission is via the EasyChair submission site at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jscscss2016.
GUEST EDITORS
--------------------
James H. Davenport (University of Bath, UK)
Temur Kutsia (RISC, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
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First Call for Papers
----------------------------------------
Special issue of the
JOURNAL OF SYMBOLIC COMPUTATION
on
SYMBOLIC COMPUTATION IN SOFTWARE SCIENCE
----------------------------------------
http://www.risc.jku.at/~tkutsia/organization/jsc-scss-2016.html
IMPORTANT DATES
---------
Abstract submission: June 27, 2016
Paper submission: July 11, 2016
Notification: October 17, 2016
Publication: 2017
SCOPE
--------
Symbolic Computation is the science of computing with symbolic objects (terms, formulae, programs, representations of algebraic objects etc.). Powerful symbolic algorithms and methods have been developed during the past decades like computer algebra, theorem proving, automated reasoning, software verification, model checking, rewriting, formalization of mathematics, Groebner bases, characteristic sets, telescoping for recurrence relations, cylindric algebraic decomposition and other quantifier elimination techniques, etc.
The purpose of this special issue is to promote research on theoretical and practical aspects of symbolic computation in software science. The special issue is related to the topics of the International Symposium on Symbolic Computation in Software Science: SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016. It will be published by Elsevier within the Journal of Symbolic Computation.
Participants of the SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 symposia, as well as other authors are invited to submit contributions.
EXAMPLES of TOPICS
-------------------
This special issue solicits papers on all aspects of symbolic computation and their applications in software sciences. The topics include, but are not limited to the following:
- automated reasoning
- algorithm (program) synthesis and/or verification
- formal methods for the analysis of network and system security
- termination analysis and complexity analysis of algorithms (programs)
- extraction of specifications from algorithms (programs)
- related theorem proving methods and techniques
- proof carrying code
- generation of inductive assertion for algorithm (programs)
- algorithm (program) transformations
- formalization and computerization of knowledge (maths, medicine, economy, etc.)
- component-based programming
- computational origami
- query languages (in particular for XML documents)
- semantic web and cloud computing
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
---------------------
This special issue welcomes original high-quality contributions that have been neither published in nor simultaneously submitted to any journals or refereed conferences. Submissions will be peer-reviewed using the standard refereeing procedure of the Journal of Symbolic Computation.
Authors of papers presented at the SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 symposia are welcome and encouraged to submit extended and revised versions of their papers. Furthermore, submissions of papers that are in the scope of SCSS, but did not appear in SCSS 2014 and SCSS 2016 are welcome as well.
Submitted papers must be in English and include a well written introduction explicitly addressing the following questions in succinct and informal manner:
- What is the problem?
- Why is the problem important?
- What has been done so far on the problem?
- What is the main contribution of the paper on the problem?
- Why is the contribution original? (Clarification: The results, already appeared in the conference paper, will be still counted as an original result for JSC refereeing process.)
- Why is the contribution non-trivial?
- How is the journal paper different from the conference paper? (For submissions originated from the papers presented at the symposium.)
The submissions should be complete (since there is no rigid page limit):
- All the related works and issues must be completely and carefully discussed.
- All the previous relevant JSC papers must be properly cited and discussed.
- All the theorem must be rigorously proved (no sketch allowed).
- All the important definitions/theorems/algorithms must be illustrated by well chosen examples.
Submissions originated from the papers presented at the symposium should address all the feedback from the symposium's referee process and Q/A.
SUBMISSION
--------------------
Please prepare your submission in LaTeX using the JSC document format from http://www4.ncsu.edu/~hong/jsc.htm
(link to the submission template: http://www4.ncsu.edu/~hong/jsc/JSC_LaTex_2007_Mar_12.zip.)
Submission is via the EasyChair submission site at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jscscss2016.
GUEST EDITORS
--------------------
James H. Davenport (University of Bath, UK)
Temur Kutsia (RISC, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
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