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June 27, 2012 - WCRE 2012 (19th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering)

19th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering October 15–18, 2012 Kingston, Ontario, Canada www.distat.unimol.it/wcre2012/
When Jun 27, 2012
from 12:00 AM to 11:50 PM
Where Kingston, Ontario, Canada
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                   *** WCRE 2012---CALL FOR PAPERS ***
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19th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering
October 15–18, 2012
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

www.distat.unimol.it/wcre2012/
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OVERVIEW/SCOPE
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WCRE is  the premier  research conference on  the theory  and practice
of  recovering   information  from  existing  software and  systems.
WCRE  explores innovative  methods  of extracting  the  many kinds  of
information that can be  recovered from software, software engineering
documents,  and systems  artifacts,  and examines  innovative ways  of
using this information in system renovation and program understanding.

Selected papers from the technical track will be invited to  a special
issue of the  Journal of Software:  Evolution and Process.  All papers
will be indexed in the IEEE digital library.

We  invite  original, high quality research  papers  in all  areas  of
software maintenance, evolution,  reengineering, and migration. Topics
of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Program comprehension
- Mining software repositories
- Empirical studies in reverse engineering
- Concept and feature location
- Binary reverse engineering
- Redocumenting legacy systems
- Model-driven reengineering
- User interface reengineering
- Wrapping techniques
- Preprocessing, parsing and fact extraction
- Reverse engineering tool support
- Reverse engineering of service-oriented systems
- Reengineering to distributed architectures
- Software architecture recovery
- Visualization techniques and tools
- Object and aspect identification
- Program analysis and slicing
- Reengineering patterns
- Program transformation and refactoring
- Dynamic analysis
- Data reverse engineering
- Reverse engineering for security assessment
- Education in reverse engineering
- Performance reengineering


RESEARCH PAPERS
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Submissions should describe original, unpublished and significant work
in the  research and  practice of reverse  engineering. Papers  can be
either  full papers  limited to  10 proceeding  pages or  short papers
limited to 5 pages. Full  papers should describe significant  research
that  advances  the state-of-the  art  in  reverse engineering.  Short
papers should describe research and cutting-edge ideas in early stages
of development.

*Important Dates*
Abstracts: June 22, 2012
Submissions: June 27, 2012
Notification: August 10, 2012
Camera Ready: August 20, 2012

INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE REPORTS
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We invite  submissions of  reports and  position papers  that describe
successful stories and  failure stories of the  application of reverse
engineering/reengineering techniques in an  industrial context and the
lessons learned from that.

*Important Dates*
Submissions: July 15, 2012
Notification: August 10, 2012
Camera Ready: August 20, 2012

TOOL DEMONSTRATIONS
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Tools are central to research in reverse engineering and proposals for
tool  demonstrations  are very  welcome.  Demonstrations  will have  a
formal presentation,  and will  also be  in an  open session  to allow
individual interaction with the participants.

*Important Dates*
Submissions: July 15, 2012
Notification: August 10, 2012
Camera Ready: August 20, 2012

DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM
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The  symposium  offers  a   unique  opportunity  to  present  proposed
research directions, results obtained thus  far, and plans towards the
completion  of  the  PhD studies. We  invite  submissions  from  young
researchers at all stages of their PhD studies.

*Important Dates*
Submissions: July 15, 2012
Notification: August 10, 2012
Camera Ready: August 20, 2012

WORKSHOPS
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WCRE provides the opportunity to  organize full and half day workshops
devoted to a reverse engineering or reengineering topic. Workshops are
characterized by a focused  topic, lively discussion, and enthusiastic
participants. All accepted workshops will be held in coordination with
the research track.

*Important Dates*
Submissions: June 30, 2012
Notification: August 6, 2012

VENUE
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Kingston, Ontario  is a Canadian city located in Eastern Ontario where
the  St. Lawrence River  flows out of  Lake Ontario.  Located  between
Toronto and Montreal,  Kingston was the first capital of  the Province
of Canada.  WCRE 2012 will be held  at the Radisson Hotel  situated on
the lakeside harbor of Kingston.


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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* General Co-Chairs:
Jim Cordy, Queen's University, Canada
Thomas Dean, Queen's University, Canada

* Program Co-Chairs:
Denys Poshyvanyk, The College of William and Mary, USA
Rocco Oliveto, University of Molise, Italy

* Financial Chair:
Elliot Chikofsky, Engineering Management & Integration, USA

* Industrial Track Co-chairs:
Mark Grechanik, Accenture Technology Labs, USA
Brian P. Robinson, ABB Corporate Research, USA

* Workshop Chairs:
Filippo Ricca, University of Genova, Italy
Bram Adams, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

* Tool Demonstrations Co-Chairs:
Chanchal Roy, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
David Lo, Singapore Management University, Malaysia

* Doctoral Symposium Co-Chairs:
Massimiliano di Penta, University of Sannio, Italy
Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

* Proceedings Chair:
Huzefa Kagdi, Wichita State University, USA

* Publicity Chair:
Romain Robbes, University of Chile, Chile

* Webmaster:
Gabriele Bavota, University of Salerno, Italy

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