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Both full paper and position paper submissions are sought. Authors
should clearly indicate which form of paper they are submitting.
Accepted submissions (both full papers and position papers) will appear in
the SCAM2001 proceedings, which will be published by the IEEE
Computer Society Press.
There will also be a special issue of
the international journal, Information and Software Technology, containing
the best full papers from SCAM2001. The
conference committee may invite authors of some position papers to extend their papers for
inclusion in the special issue.
Submission of Papers
Authors should submit Ghostview-readable postscript or PDF
to the program chair, Malcolm Munro/Mark Harman (Malcolm.Munro@durham.ac.uk)
by 20th April 2001. Enquiries concerning SCAM2001 should be directed to the general chair,
Mark Harman (Mark.Harman@brunel.ac.uk).
Mark Harman, Department of Information Systems and Computing, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH.