Submissions are invited for research papers, working session papers, and proposals for half-day or full-day tutorials. Research papers should describe original and significant work on the theory and practice of software and system architectures. Accepted research papers will be presented in plenary sessions. Accepted working session papers will be used as the basis of discussion in the working sessions, whose purpose is to provide a forum for software researchers and practitioners to communicate about the benefits and weaknesses of current software architecture practice and research. Practitioners are asked to describe best and worst experiences from the trenches, and researchers are asked to describe areas where research progress is slowed because of lack of access to real world problems.
|Submission Type||Purpose||Additional Information|
|Research Papers||To report on original and significant work on the theory and practice of software and system architectures.||
This is a two stage process, via the CyberChair system, with the abstract and author details being submitted in the first phase by May 23, 2005 and the complete paper being submitted in the second phase by May 31, 2005.
|Working Session Papers||To establish a dialogue between software researchers and developers about the benefits and weaknesses of current software architecture practice and research.||Format Instructions
Deadline (Extended): May 31, 2005
|Tutorial Proposals||To give short courses on software architecture principles, techniques, and practices.||Format Instructions
Deadline: June 10, 2005
All accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings. The proceedings will be published after the conference so that it can contain the results of the working sessions. Electronic versions of the papers will be distributed at the conference, and available prior to it, via download.