We solicit submissions across the entire spectrum of the application of AI techniques to RE. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
The following types of papers are possible (page limits include references):
Short: max 4 pages; long: max. 7 to 10 pages. These papers should describe ongoing research within the entire spectrum of AI and RE, and can describe either a new technical solution or an empirical evaluation. Short papers present preliminary work or research previews, while long papers present more advanced, yet ongoing, studies.
Max 4 pages. These papers serve to foster discussion on hot, relevant topics in the field.
Max 2 pages, plus 2 pages for screenshots. These papers describe a novel tool for AI and RE, and describe a plan for demonstrating the tool at the workshop.
Max 2 pages. These papers can cover any topic within the scope of the workshop and should present progress towards a scientific result. These papers will be presented in a poster session.
Max 1 page. These contributions present extended abstract of papers that were presented in recent conferences, other than IEEE RE and co-located events, and that fit AIRE themes. The goal of these contributions is to give the authors the opportunity to further publicise AIRE-related papers that did not have sufficient diffusion within the community, or that present particularly relevant techniques or results.
Submissions must be written in English and formatted according to the IEEE formatting instructions. All submissions must be in PDF format.
|Abstract Submission (optional)||May 15, 2020|
|Paper Notification||June 22, 2020|
|Camera Ready Due||July 13, 2020|
|Workshop||September 1, 2020|