will be 1/2 day, discussion-oriented. Afterwards, each
participant will be asked to formulate a short summary of the
workshop (maximum 250 words), highlighting points of interest of
his or her research. These summaries will be posted on a website
(the URL will be determined later), so that possible
collaborations will become visible.
There exists a lot of work on
reengineering, which may give rise to some terminology
conflicts. We encourage people to use the reengineering taxonomy
defined in (E. J. Chikofsky and J. H. C. II. Reverse engineering
and design recovery: A taxonomy, IEEE Software,
electronic. Submit your position paper
in HTML, postcript or PDF (preferably), so that we can collect
all of the submissions on a website. A separate abstract
including the e-mail addresses of the authors and URLs of their
home pages MUST be submitted in HTML. Submit everything by
e-mail to both of the two following e-mail addresses
Propose only one idea. We all know
that you are a quality researcher with plenty of good ideas.
Only, we have limited resources and we must focus. Please keep
all position papers under five pages.
innovative. It is okay to propose a
recent idea that still has some unfinished sides to it. It is
supposed to be a WORKshop, not a mini-conference. If you want to
propose a crazy idea, introduce it in an extended abstract (1
Be a rebel.
Neglect these guidelines if you feel
that your idea needs a special treatment in some way.