Submitted papers must follow the CEUR one column style available at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/samplestyles/. Tool papers must refer to a web page describing how to download and install the presented tool. Papers describing tools that have already been published elsewhere are expected to contain substantial and clearly identified extensions to the tool. Benchmark papers should follow the template of the Bx example repository (http://bx-community.wikidot.com/examples:home), and clearly justify the relevance of the new benchmark as a means to assess Bx tools and techniques (in particular, submissions of cross-disciplinary benchmarks are encouraged). Moreover, they must refer to a web page providing supporting artifacts (metamodels/schemas, model/data instances for interesting test cases, executable consistency checkers, etc).
Papers must be submitted via the EasyChair system: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bx2015
Submissions not complying with the above guidelines or page limits may be excluded from the reviewing process without further notice. If a paper is accepted, one author of the paper is expected to participate in the workshop to present it. Authors of accepted tool papers are also expected to be available to demonstrate their tool at the event.