ICSP 2010 invites papers describing completed research or advanced work in progress in all areas of software and systems development processes, including: distributed software processes, maturity models, novel techniques for software process representation and analysis; novel process management approaches, process tools, and metrics; and the simulation and modeling of software and systems processes. As in previous years, ICSP 2010 will organize a special track for papers on software and systems process simulation. Contributions reflecting industrial experience are particularly welcome.

Springer-Verlag agreed to publish the proceedings of ICSP 2010 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (www.springeronline.com/lncs).

Submitted papers should be in English, and between 10 to 12 pages in length including figures (Springer format). Files in PDF format should be submitted through the web-based submission system on the ICSP 2010 website. Authors should state whether their submission is intended for the special Process Simulation track. In addition, three or four keywords should be included to identify the research domain that the paper addresses.

The following information is provided to help you in paper submissions.

1. Papers preparation

  • Papers should be written in English, between 10 and 12 pages in length including figures (Springer format), and must be previously unpublished.

  • Submitted papers must be in the PDF. We recommend to follow the Springer-Verlag author's instructions and use the conference MS Word document template.

  • Papers must be submitted electronically via the ICSP2010 Paper Submission by January 21st 2010 (extended).

2. Papers acceptance

  • Papers will be evaluated by the Program Committee.

  • Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by e-mail and will be provided with the reviewer comments by March 19th 2010.

3. Final submission

  • Authors of accepted papers are requested to make modifications to the submitted papers according to the reviewer comments. Final papers must conform to the TheSpringer-Verlag author's instructions. This document must be sent electronically via the ICSP2010 Paper Submission no later than April 23rd 2010.


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