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Workshop Program

Important Dates:
Abstract Due: 11 February 2005
Papers Due: 21 February 2005
Acceptance Notification: 21 March 2005
Publication Ready: 31 March 2005

Workshop Chairs
Jelber Sayyad Shirabad 
School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa 
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
CANADA
jsayyad AT site DOT uottawa DOT ca

Tim Menzies 
Department of Computer Science,
Portland State University 
Portland, Oregon 97207-0751
USA
timm AT cs DOT pdx DOT edu

Contact Email
promise AT site DOT uottawa DOT ca

NOTE: The following instructions apply only to those authors who have submitted an abstract to the workshop. The abstract submission deadline has passed. If you have not submitted an abstract to us, you'll need to contact the workshop chairs first. Please send an email to promise AT site DOT uottawa DOT ca.


Paper Submission Instructions
 
The paper submission process consists of two steps:

  • Submit your paper through PROMISE 2005 CyberChair
  • Submit the PROMISE paper category information.
    NOTE: You can skip this step, only if you have already submitted the complete category information, including the required items shown in RED. If your submission was incomplete or any information since your last submission has changed, please follow the instructions given below.

    Please send an email to promise AT site DOT uottawa DOT ca with a subject line
    PROMISE 2005: SUBMITTED PAPER CATEGORY

    The body of the email should follow the following format,
     

    Title: [Title of your paper goes here]
    Contact:[Include name and email address of the contact person separated by : ]
    Category:
    [Include one or more categories that best describes your paper]


    Acceptable categories are:
    1. This is a position paper with no empirical results presented.
    2. This paper uses the following data sets from PROMISE repository:
      <One dataset title per line>
    3. This paper presents experimental results based on (non-PROMISE) publicly available datasets at the following URL(s):
      <One URL per line>
    4. This paper presents experimental results based on new datasets to be donated to PROMISE repository. Datasets are available at the following URL(s):
      <One URL per line>
    5. This is a "Benchmark Dataset" paper. The datasets to be donated to the PROMISE repository are available at the following URL(s):
      <One URL per line>
    6. This paper presents experimental results based on datasets that are not publicly available.
    7. Other (if non of the above categories are applicable)
      <Provide details>
    Please copy the the category number and its text and replace the lines in angled brackets with the needed information, if applicable.

    Example:
    The following is an example of a complete category description for a paper that falls into categories 2 and 4.

    2) This paper uses the following data sets from PROMISE repository:
      CM1/Software defect prediction
      JM1/Software defect prediction
    4) This paper presents experimental results based on new datasets to be donated to the PROMISE repository. Datasets are available at the following URL(s):
      http://wwww.some-university.edu/my-datasets.html
      http://wwww.some-company.com/my-datasets.html

    We would also like to remind all authors that among papers that discuss empirical results, those papers that are based on publicly available datasets (existing or to be donated) receive the highest priority.

    NOTE: Categories 4 and 5 require you to make the datasets you have used in your paper publically available. Please make sure that your datasets adhere to the PROMISE repository format guidelines found here.

    Should you have difficulties making your datasets available through a URL, you can also send them to us by email. Please let us know in advance if this is the case and we will send you the instructions as how to email your datasets.