The following types of papers are sought:
- Full papers (18 pages in the ECEASST format including cover page) are expected to present novel research ideas and open issues, significant empirical studies, or important viewpoints on the field and this year's special theme, namely, industrial experiences and use cases
- Position papers (7 pages in the ECEASST format including cover page) raise new ideas and issues or describe early research achievements, emphasizing originality and potential to stimulate active discussion at the workshop.
- Tool demonstration papers (7 pages in the ECEASST format including cover page) describe clone management tools and their applications.
All types of papers will be formally reviewed by at least three members of the program committee. They must be relevant to the goals of the workshop and hold the potential for lively discussion and debate.
Submissions must be uploaded online to the workshop's submission web site (www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iwsc2014) and adhere to the ECEASST proceedings format. Here you will find templates of the ECEASST format.
Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings in an issue of the Electronic Communications of the EASST -- a peer-reviewed, scientific open-access journal, free for authors and readers. Their authors will be invited to present their work during the workshop as a formal presentation and take part in an open panel discussion of the topics and issues raised.