Technical Program

In keeping with the spirit and format of a workshop, SCAM will have a highly discursive nature, with four theme-based discussion tracks and a keynote presentation, aimed at structuring and stimulating discussion.

Authors will have a 15 minute slot to present their work. This is 10 minutes (maximum) for talking with 5 minutes (minimum) for questions. Authors are encouraged not to attempt to present the details of their paper in this time. Rather, respecting the discussion-centered goal of SCAM, authors are encouraged to use a few slides to present points, claims, issues and topics for discussion and to use their time allocation to attempt to set the agenda for the ensuing discussions.

Each session has a specifically allocated discussion time at the end of the presentations to allow for this.

The full program for the workshop is available as word document, PDF document and Postscript document.

Please note that due to the exceptional number of submissions, the workshop has been extended to start on Friday 26th September at 3pm. The workshops finishes on Saturday 27th September at 5.30pm.

This section will give the allocation of papers to sessions.

Papers accepted for the workshop are listed in Section 10.


Mark Harman, Department of Information Systems and Computing, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH.