14th IEEE International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation

28-29 September 2014 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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Welcome to SCAM!

The 14th edition of SCAM is co-located with ICSME 2014 held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The conference venue is The Fairmont Empress, 721 Government Street Victoria BC.

The aim of the International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis & Manipulation (SCAM) is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on theory, techniques and applications which concern analysis and/or manipulation of the source code of computer systems. While much attention in the wider software engineering community is properly directed towards other aspects of systems development and evolution, such as specification, design and requirements engineering, it is the source code that contains the only precise description of the behaviour of the system. The analysis and manipulation of source code thus remains a pressing concern.

Journal of Systems and Software

Best papers from SCAM 2014 research track will be considered for revision, extension, and publication in a special issue of the Journal of Systems and Software

Call for papers
Call for tool papers

SCAM Participant Questionnaire

Please fill in our questionnaire if you participated in SCAM 2014. Paper questionnaires will be distributed at the conference at the open steering committee meeting. Thanks!

SCAM Keynote

Tom Zimmerman will give a keynote at SCAM 2014!

Important dates

standard papers tool papers
Abstracts deadline 25 June 2014 4 July 2014
Deadline for paper submission 2 July 2014 8 July 2014
Paper notification 4 August 2014 8 August 2014
Paper camera ready version 15 August 2014 22 August 2014
Working Conference 28-29 September 2014 28-29 September 2014

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