16th International Workshop on Software Clones
2 October 2022, Limassol, Cyprus
In conjunction with ICSME 2022
Keynote Speech: We are very excited to announce that Professor Cristina Videira Lopes has kindly agreed to be the keynote speaker of IWSC 2022.
Software clones are often a result of copying and pasting as an act of ad-hoc reuse by programmers. This was often seen at the project-level, however, due to emerging technology stacks, developers and researchers are paying attention to the ecosystem-level. Hence, the software cloning community is extending target topics to include various types of software clones at the ecosystem level, with examples such as project cloning, clones in ecosystems, project similarity and so on.
Clones are not limited to only source code, and can occur at the software system (from simple statement sequences to blocks, methods, classes, source files, subsystems, models, architectures, etc) to the entire software ecosystem (inter-dependent software systems, libraries), and occur in all software artifacts (source code, binaries, configuration build files, models, requirements or architecture documentation, etc ). Software clone research is of high relevance for software engineering research and practice today.
A partial list of the topics is as follows (this list is by no means exhaustive, and it is a goal of the workshop to further extend it):
|IWSC 2022 attendees should register via the ICSME 2022 registration system.|
|List of accepted papers: here|
|Abstract Deadline:||July 1, 2022|
July 11, 2022
|Author Notification:||July 29, 2022|
|Conditional Acceptance Deadline:||August 5, 2022|
|Camera Ready Deadline:||August 26, 2022|
All dates are 23:59:59 AoE (UTC-12h)