[hpc-announce] GI2020 workshop at GECCO 17 April E-Conference
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Thu Mar 26 10:52:42 CDT 2020
From: Bradley Alexander <bradley.alexander at adelaide.edu.au>
===== CALL FOR PAPERS =====
*** Workshop on Genetic Improvement, ***
Workshop of The Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2020)
Note that GECCO 2020 will now be an electronic-only conference due to
COVID-19. The presentation of all accepted papers is will be in the
form of a pre-recorded talk. More details about this will be provided
soon (along with the setup for workshop discussions and activities).
Extended Submission deadline: April 17, 2020
New Submission Deadline: April 17, 2020
Conference Dates: July 8-12, 2020
Accepted papers will be published on the Companion Proceedings of
GECCO 2020 which will be indexed by Scopus and all the major indexes.
===== OVERVIEW =====
Call For Papers
We invite submissions that discuss recent developments in all areas of
research on, and applications of, Genetic Improvement. This workshop
one of two key workshops in the field and provides an opportunity for
researchers interested in automated program repair and software
optimisation to disseminate their work, exchange ideas and discover
new research directions.
Topics of interest include both the theory and practice of Genetic
Improvement. Applications include, but are not limited to, using GI
improve code efficiency
decrease memory consumption
decrease energy consumption
explore trade-offs between non-functional properties
transplant new functionality
optimise software parameters
improve practice (e.g., deployments, case studies, etc.)
inform language or tool design
...and also any works in the greater field of search-based software
engineering in general.
Research, Tool & Position Papers
We invite submissions of three types of paper:
Research papers: up to 8 pages long
Tool demo papers: up to 4 pages long
Position papers: up to 2 pages long
We encourage authors to submit early and in-progress work. The
workshop emphasises interaction and discussion.
Papers should be in ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) format.
Papers must be anonymised. See submissions for more details.
All accepted papers will be presented at GI at GECCO-2020 and will be
published by the ACM. At least one author of each accepted paper must
register for the workshop (authors of multiple GI at GECCO-2020 papers
need only register once).
The official publication date of the workshop proceedings is the date
the proceedings are made available in the ACM Library. Based on our
experience, this is close to the first day of GECCO itself. The
official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings
related to published work.
Submission and Important Dates
These dates are strict, no extensions will be granted
Submission opening: February 27, 2020
Submission deadline: April 17, 2020
Notification of acceptance: May 1, 2020
Camera-Ready Material: May 8, 2020
Workshop papers must be submitted using the GECCO submission system
this year. After login, you need to select the “Workshop Paper”
submission form. In the form, you must select our workshop.
To see a sample of the "Workshop Paper" submission form go to GECCO's
submission site https://ssl.linklings.net/conferences/gecco/ and chose
"Sample Submission Forms".
Submitted papers are required to be in compliance with the GECCO 2020
Call for Papers Preparation Instructions.
All accepted papers will be presented at the corresponding workshop
and appear in the GECCO Conference Companion Proceedings.
Brad Alexander, University of Adelaide, Australia
Sandy Brownlee, University of Stirling, UK
Saemundur O. Haraldsson, University of Stirling, UK
Markus Wagner, University of Adelaide, Australia
John R. Woodward, QMUL, UK
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