Call for Research Papers: We invite original, theoretically or empirically validated submissions
addressing all areas of software product lines research (see the call for a list of
Call for Industrial Systems and Software Product Lines Papers: We invite submission of papers presenting challenges, innovations and solutions to concrete industrial applications of software and product line engineering methodologies and tools.
Call for Challenges and Solutions Papers: We highly encourage community members to provide concrete sets of case studies and problems that showcase SPL-related challenges. First, there will be a call for cases where researchers or practitioners are encouraged to contribute a concrete case study. Then, after the accepted case studies are published, there will be a call for solutions. Both accepted case descriptions and solutions will be included in the conference proceedings.
Call for Journal First Papers: Authors of journal-first papers are invited to submit their publications to present their work at SPLC. This is an opportunity to speak directly to the community and offer SPLC attendees a richer set of presentations.
Call for Workshop Proposals: We invite the community to submit proposals for one or two- day workshops in the field. In particular, workshops on challenging, emerging areas related to conference topics.
Call for Demonstrations and Tools: This track highlights live demonstrations of product-line tools and of practices tackling current industrial challenges.
Call for Doctoral Symposium Papers: This track highlights doctoral proposals, both early and mid- phase, to be reviewed and commented on by a panel of experts.
Call for Tutorial Proposals: Tutorials provide a valuable opportunity for participants to expand their knowledge and skills in product line engineering. Tutorials may focus on introductory product lines topics, or on advanced tools, approaches, methods, and best practices.
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