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The first SCAM workshop (SCAM 2001) was held in Florence, on November 10th 2001, co-located
with ICSM 2001, WESS 2001and WSE 2001.
The workshop was a one day event with the emphasis on discussion.
40 people attended the workshop.
The SCAM 2001 Proceedings are published by the IEEE and there is a special issue
of the journal Information and Software Technology featuring extended versions of selected
papers from SCAM 2001.
The second SCAM workshop (SCAM 2002) was held in Montréal, on
October 1st 2002 with ICSM 2002, WESS 2002, DBMR 2002, and WSE 2002.
The workshop maintained the discussion-based emphasis. Some
resources and outputs from the workshop are
available on the SCAM 2002 website.
43 people attended the workshop.
There will be a special issue of The Journal of Automated Software Engineering featuring extended versions of selected papers
from the SCAM 2002 workshop.
Mark Harman, Department of Information Systems and Computing, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH.