Submission Guidelines

Papers must follow the CEUR one-column style available at

http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/samplestyles/

and must be submitted via EasyChair:

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bx2019

Five categories of submissions are considered:

  • Full Research Papers (up to 15 pages)
    • in-depth presentations of novel concepts and results
    • applications of bx to new domains
    • survey papers providing novel comparisons between existing bx technologies and approaches case studies
  • Tool Papers (up to 8 pages)
    • guideline papers presenting best practices for employing a specific bx approach (with a specific tool)
    • presentation of new tools or substantial improvements to existing ones
    • qualitative and/or quantitative comparisons of applying different bx approaches and tools
  • Experience Report (up to 8 pages)
    • sharing experiences and lessons learned with bx tools/frameworks/languages
    • how bx is used in (research/industrial/educational) projects
  • Extended Abstracts and Short Papers (up to 4 pages)
    • work in progress
    • small focused contributions
    • position papers and research perspectives
    • critical questions and challenges for bx
  • Talk Proposals (up to 2 pages)
    • proposed lectures about topics of interest for bx
    • existing work representing relevant contributions for bx
    • promising contributions that are not mature enough to be proposed as papers of the other categories

The bibliography is excluded from the page limits. All papers are expected to be self-contained and well-written. Tool papers are not expected to present novel scientific results, but to document artifacts of interest and share bx experience/best practices with the community. Experience papers are expected to report on lessons learnt from applying bx approaches, languages, tools, and theories to practical application case studies. Extended abstracts should primarily provoke interesting discussion at the workshop and will not be held to the same standard of maturity as regular papers; short papers contain focused results, positions or perspectives that can be presented in full in just a few pages, and that correspondingly contain fewer results and that therefore might not be competitive in the full paper category. Talk proposals are expected to present work that is of particular interest to the community and worth a talk slot at the workshop.

We strongly encourage authors to ensure that any (variants of) examples are present in the bx example repository at the time of submission, and, for tool papers, to allow for reproducibility with minimal effort, either via a virtual machine (e.g., via Share) or a dedicated website with relevant artifacts and tool access.

All papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three members of the programme committee.

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.

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